Stan the Snowman: Lost in the Snowstorm: Entertainment Virtual Escape for Kids
⭐Stan the Snowman is caught in a snowstorm and has lost his way home. He needs your help finding clues with a magnifying glass and solving puzzles to help him on his way.⭐
⭐CLUE #1: Scrambled word snowflake puzzle-Click and drag the candy canes to find the letters to spell the code word.
⭐Click and drag the magnifying glass all around on several pages to find hidden animal footprints to continue through the game.
⭐CLUE #2: Sudoku game-Click and drag the pieces to complete the puzzle then check.
⭐CLUE#3: Cookie memory game. Make the matches for the answer to the riddle.
⭐CLUE #4: Crossword puzzle using holiday pictures-Click and drag the letters to complete the puzzle, then use the colored boxes for the code word.
⭐CLUE #5: Find the correct shadow for Stan's snowman friend, Sal.
⭐CLUE #6: Follow maze lines to find out which elf is which-Click & drag names, then check.
⭐CLUE #7: Click and drag the puzzle pieces to learn the code words.
⭐CLUE #8: Snowman grouping-Click on the snowflakes that are the same until all the matches are found for a code phrase.
⭐CLUE #9: Follow the maze to find Stan's last friend and find his way home
ANSWERS TO FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
⭐ Play on ANY device, computer, tablet, OR smartphone!
⭐ Game lasts approximately 50 minutes, depending on the age and number of people playing.
⭐ Best suited for ages 8-10
⭐ No printing required!
SET UP: A laptop, Chromebook, or desktop computer is best for play. If players are in separate locations, you will need some form of screen-sharing platform, like Zoom.
HOW TO DOWNLOAD: You will download your purchase immediately in the form of a PDF document. The directions for the game and link to escape are included, as well as an answer key. This game is for personal use only.
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