Do we need all our senses to play? What happens if we lost sight, for example?
Inside the Pouch is one way to sharpen our other senses, as children experience temporarily losing their eye sight. A child puts the blindfold on, and needs to rely on their sense of touch to analyze the shapes inside the pouch. To do that, they first get to trace these shapes multiple times on paper and learn more about the existing creatures and beings inside the pouch. Afterwards, they are ready to guess what they have in their hands or even use the knowledge they acquired. It is for single players or 2 players.
It is also suitable for children with special educational needs and can be played or treated as an individual activity, based on the child's needs.