1. Juniper, A Game of Trees was developed by Ruth Wheeler. The colorful cards are from paintings by Nellie Wilkinson. While playing various games with the cards, players begin to recognize the different types of trees.
Juniper's 55 color cards are a fun way to learn about trees, such as pine, cedar, and flowering trees. The player learns to recall the other trees of his set and place them in the correct family. There are even directions for children who can't read as well as games of varying levels of difficulty for students and adults.