Included are Teacher and Student directions, as well as review questions for American History! (Cards not included)
This is a card game about lying and deception just as much as it is about cunning and skill. The object of a game of Bullcrap is to get rid of all your cards before anyone else. This is done in a relatively orderly fashion, but the best thing is that all cards are face down and a player can lie their head off about what they put on the table. The only way this can catch up with a player is if someone calls their bluff.
The twist comes when you or someone else calls “Bullcrap”. If a player is caught lying, not only do they have to pick up the cards, but they also need to answer a history question that is provided. If the question is answered correctly, they only need to pick up half the pile. If the question is answered incorrectly, they need to grab the whole pile. If the pile is just 1 card, then they don’t have to grab that one card if it is correct.
The rule also applies to someone who falsely called “Bullcrap” as well. You can also change the name to "Bluff" if you feel that is more appropriate for your class. The download is an editable word file.