Saturday, February 25, 2012

Rory's Story Cubes - Action Version: A Mini-Review

Last year I did a review of Rory's Story Cubes. It is a simple, yet amazing game that consists of nine dice. Each die has a different picture on each side. Most of the pictures are of things (lock, phone, flower, castle, apple, etc.). You take turns rolling the die and making up a story. I think the game is wonderful. It is small and compact. It is great for either speech or language therapy. It is very reasonably priced on Amazon.

I recently discovered that there is a new Rory's Story Cubes game - the Action Edition. The game is still nine dice. There is still a different picture on each side of each die. This time the pictures depict actions (build, play, kick, jump, read, dig, etc.). Combine these die with the original set and your stories become even more complex. Again, it is a small, compact, reasonably priced therapy tool to address either speech or language goals.


  1. I have met quite a few SLPs who use iPads and StoryCubes is available for the iPad. It's very cool being able to walk into a classroom carrying 'just' an iPad that is FULL of games and resources!

  2. Choose the one for you as per your skill level and the amount of time that you will dedicate to play that game. Agen Bola

  3. These games have become very useful and beneficial as well. Domino QQ

  4. In games that show a male strong and smart, he will mostly likely be white, tall, thin, movie star looking and buff. You will rarely see him be a minority, short, chubby, not buff, nerdy looking, while still being strong and smart. You see this even LESS for females. Some females in games are also white, tall, thin and strong while showing skin like no tomorrow. You only see THESE females in MMORPG games (Massively Multiplayer online Role Playing Game) though. RPG games are meant for fantasy worlds where you mostly fight people and monsters. Of course the females' stats will be strong but they won't look strong. my top games


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