The supplies required are as follows:
Color paper: 4 different colors (20 pages or each color per team)
Glue sticks: 2 per team
Scissors: 2 pairs per team
Envelopes: 2 different sizes or colors (20 of each per team)
Color pencils: 1 set per team
Masking tape: 1 per team
Post-its: 3 different colors per team
Misc stickers (optional)
These types of games are best with teams, so that they can compete against and learn from each other. The game does assume some knowledge of kanban boards, so some research or additional training would be required on that front. I'm currently involved in a kanban implementation and I'm looking for a simple game that shows the movement of kanban cards. This game is perfect. I just have to figure out the best way to demonstrate use of the board for people that have no prior knowledge.
Update: This game seems to have disappeared from the tastycupcakes site, but there's a similar game called "We're having a Party", that involves making invitations for a party. Still using simple office supplies, it also explores the batch and queue vs single piece flow processes.
Here's another detailed description of the "Making Pamplets" game.