With the 26 misdirection cards in English on one side, te reo Māori on the other side you’ll have everything you need to get off devices and exploring untravelled paths.
This kit is the perfect starter pack for people wanting to find hidden gems of the beaten track, while exploring their backyard. It contains 26 “misdirection cards” which give you random directions to (things like turn left, follow a blue car, head in the direction the wind is blowing) to get you being mindfully random in your exploration. The game is ideally suited to outdoor play there are a few cards you won’t be able to use if you are on foot (like follow a white car – unless you are very quick!).
There are no rules to the game and the ways you can play it are endless and entirely adaptable to the person playing the game. But please remember to play the game responsibly and make sure that you stay safe and able to get yourself back home at all times.
The Te Reo Edition has all the same 26 misdirection cards you are used to (things like turn left or right, head to the highest point you can see) on the back of the cards, but on the front of each card we have translated our misdirections into te reo Māori.
It’s a brilliant way to bring te reo Māori into your everyday life as you learn the different direction cards.
The Getting Lost Game is made in NZ by Kiwi couple Cat & James and their 3 kids Bella, Sophia and Krystal. These amazing maps are illustrated by Kiwi artist Emma Scott.
Comes in either your choice of a cardboard wrapping or a green suitcase (other colours in images not available)