Sea Stories is a set of sand molds that give children the ability of storytelling, while incorporating educational elements featuring local BC sealife, and their life cycles. 
Sea Stories takes a co-operative approach to storytelling, as a parent and their child can construct fun sentences using the Sea Creature molds and the Word stamps. 
After a research session at the Vancouver Aquarium, we discovered something else that extends beyond the actual exhibits themselves. The way a kid discovers a certain sea creature or exhibit is wicked powerful. There's something magical about discovering something otherworldly.
 They’re excited by anything and everything, and they’re always wanting to show their parents every small detail. In this project, I wanted to capture that playfulness. As well, the parent co-operation plays a huge component. 
Project for INDD 201 - Zach Camozzi, at Emily Carr University.

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