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I’m getting into board games. A great way of interacting and learning to take turns often with strategy and laughter.
We found a new one this week. It’s called Regenwormen or Rainworms.
It turns out to be environmental too. The kids version (which was cheaper) features dice with tasty things for worms on.
You need to collect tiles with a value from 4 to 9 by creating a dive score with these symbols.
You throw the dice and choose which symbol to set aside each time. Each symbol is worth 1 but bread has two pieces so is worth 2.
It involves strategy and tiles can be taken from other players. It’s hilarious!
It gets you thinking about worms. We have a wormery. Not sure what they’d make of ketchup. Or cheese. But you never know.
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