On one of their expeditions, the dragon children Mira, Feo, Luna, and Diego discover an unusual sparkling treasure: a column of ice with sparkling stones frozen inside it.
They want to take the treasure back to their cave. But unfortunately, the column of ice is too heavy. The only thing they can do is to melt it. But breathing fire isn't as easy as it sounds. Instead of fire they only manage hot air. Then the four of them have an idea: they'll get their dad to help. And it works! Dad's fire breathing starts melting the column, and little by little the sparkling stones start falling out. The dragon children quickly collect the valuable treasures and take them back to their cave.
With a little luck, even dad will get a few sparkling stones! Which dragon child will collect the most sparkling stones in their cave by the end of the game?
"In Dragon’s Breath, you play as one of four baby dragons trying to collect crystals from an ice tower. This is accomplished by removing plastic rings one at a time from the stack and allowing the crystals to fall on the board. Each player will pick up the crystals that correspond to the color they chose for that round. The dragon with the most crystals at the end is the winner. This is a great game for kids just learning to count! When my daughter was younger, she would count each player’s crystals and then tell us which player had the most. She also enjoyed sorting and counting by color. This is a game best played with preschool or kindergarten-aged children as older kids might find it a bit dull.
Who is this for? Anyone looking for a fun way to practice counting with their younger kids."