Encourages kids to learn about freshwater life of North America * Includes 30 game cards and a 3 numbered die * Questions in form of trivia, true or false, and multiple choice * Both easy and hard levels of questions keep kids interested, challenged and having fun * For 2 or more players Professor Noggin's Card Game Series helps children learn and communicate while having fun! Players collect illustrated cards by correctly answering knowledge-based questions. Each game includes 30 professionally illustrated game cards and a special tree numbered dice that creates interactive play. There are a many different types of cards to help engage children while giving them an education!
It is an easy way to review or learn about explorers. The game is a deck of cards and one dice. There is nothing to set up just take the cards out of the box and your done. If we don't have alot of time, I pick a small number like 6 and say who ever gets six cards first win. If you are going on a trip, these games are small and easy to play anywhere. The other great thing about this game is if you do lose a card the game is not ruined. You could even play it in a car.
We now own 4 of the Professor Noggin games. They are all set up the same. You roll a die, then you are asked the corresponding question. If you are correct you keep the card. The player with the most cards wins. There are 2 sets of questions per card, easy and hard. This makes it more competitive and easier to play with various ages. It passes the test of my 3 boys because they ask to play again. Some may say that the answers could be memorized, but I like to think they have learned the information!
I was disappointed when this game arrived. It is a small box and consists of durable cards to learn from . There is a dice and it's very simple and a little boring. There is nothing very colorful or fun about it. I was hoping there would be a large poster or hardback game board with the map of the world but there is not so the kids have no reference for the countries. I had to get the globe out to play to show my kids what we were learning. The information on the cards is good but it is not a game I wi..