Hide and Eeek!
For kids who are learning about odds and evens and place value, this is a fun game that reinforces such concepts. The elephant playing cards, each with a numeral on it, are laid out as for a concentration game. But, that's where the similarity ends. Each player starts with one card face up. First player puts the mouse on one of the playing field cards and throws the dice. One die tells how many moves to make, the other tells if the number you turn up has to be higher or lower that your card, or an odd or even number. If the number is higher and the arrow points up, you can take the card and go again. You can keep playing each of the cards adjacent to the mouse. But watch out! If you try to take too many chances and the card you turn is worth less when it is supposed to be more, you must put all your winnings from that round back into the slush pile. The winner is the first to win ten cards. 8 & up.
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Age: Early School Years, Later School Years. Award Year: 2010. Click here to purchase the product on Amazon.com.