Failure. It's something everyone goes through, no matter who you are or what you do. Stuffing up is a completely normal and necessary part of life – but for some reason we don't tell our kids that. The makers of The Epic Fail Game reckon we should, and we couldn't agree more.
Created by talented Susanna Kass and Yolanda Koning, The Epic Fail Game is a boxed deck of 30 family-friendly activity cards which prompt kids to act out silly, creative tasks. Made with the help of child psychologists and bubbly illustrations by Caroline Relander, The Epic Fail cards will get your kids eating fruit without their hands or drawing with their feet.
The Epic Fail Game comes in a beautifully designed & illustrated hard cover box and is printed using environmentally friendly inks and papers and includes some thoughtful rules:
1. no bumps or bruises
2. be kind to yourself
3. be kind to others
4. look on the funny side
Whether they succeed or totally bomb out is beside the point – the important bit is that they are brave enough to give something a go & laugh along the way.
Created with primary school aged children (5-12yrs) in mind but designed to be fun for all ages.
The dynamic duo came up with the idea after Susanna’s five-year-old first started showing signs of anxiety. Yolanda’s son, too, was going through a hard time at school. After realising just how many little ones were going through the same issues around the world, they set their minds to making a resilience-building tool and the rest as they say is history.
We absolutely adore the concept & the game and we look forward to playing with our kids (we even know a few grown ups who will benefit from this thoughtful game).