Players must swim around the board discovering different sea creatures & strategically using their oxygen & algae tokens to do so. The perfect game for inspiring a love for the oceans, learning ocean trivia all whilst developing strategic problem solving skills.
Introduction to marine biology for younger years
Go on an underwater adventure and learn all about the life that lives in the deep blue sea. Test your marine knowledge and develop a passion for the amazing creatures in our oceans.
Learn amazing facts about the craziest creatures
By guessing marine creatures from the facts on the sea creature cards, children will learn amazing facts about many different creatures.
Use strategy & develop problem solving as a family
Players must use their algae and oxygen coins to move around the board and find the treasure. How will you use your coins? How will you collect them in the most efficient way?
Why marine biology?
Our oceans are under threat from over fishing, plastic and pollution, so we need passionate future innovators who are going to invent systems and solutions to save our seas. By learning about the wonders of the ocean at a young age, not only will your children learn some amazing facts, but they will be fascinated and inspired to protect the oceans.
Let's educate our children to work towards a more sustainable world!
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