Just print and play (no cutting involved!). The only other materials required for play are two different colored counters and 1 dice.
In this product you will find:
- Instructions for play
- 8 Bump Games
- 2 Coin Names Bump Games
- 2 Coin Values Bump Games
- 1 Coin Counting Bump Game
- 1 Coin Addition Bump Game
- 3 Make One Dollar Bump Games
Other materials you will need:
- 20 counters (10 in one color and 10 in a different color)
- 1 dice
- 2 game pieces to move around the game board track
- Envelope or folder for storing the games
HOW TO PLAY
Number of Players: 2
Materials Needed: Bump game board of choosing, 10 counters of one color and 10 counters of a different color, 1 dice, 2 game pieces
Objective: To be the first person to have all of his/her counters placed onto the center spaces on the game board.
- Each player takes 10 counters of the same color (i.e. one player has 10 red counters and one player has 10 yellow counters).
- Each player puts his/her game piece on the “Start” space.
- Each player rolls the dice. Whoever has the highest roll goes first.
- The first player rolls the dice. The player moves that number of spaces around the game board track and looks at the image/reads the description on the space he/she just landed on. The player puts a counter on top of the space in the middle of the board that matches that image/description.
- Note that there is often more than one space in the center that matches that image/description; the player may choose only one space to put his/her counter on for that turn.
- If the matching space in the center has already been covered by the other player, the player can bump the other player’s counter off of the space and replace it with his/her own counter. If the matching space in the center has already been covered by his/ her own counter, the player can place a second counter on top of it.
- When two of a player’s counters are on top of the same space, that player’s counters can no longer get bumped off by the other player. They are locked in. If the matching space in the center has already been locked in by either player, the player cannot do anything. He/she must wait for the next turn.
- Play continues with each player taking turns until one player has placed all of his/her counters onto the center spaces.
- Note that players will continue moving around and around the game board until this happens. If a player lands on “Start” as he/she moves around the game board track, that player cannot place any counters in the center for that turn.
Make One Dollar Bump Games
There are 2 “Make One Dollar” bump games included in this set. In this game, a player reads the value of the space that he/she just landed on and has to find a space in the middle that could be added to that value to make one dollar. For example, if a player landed on 38¢, he/she would need to cover the 62¢ space in the middle of the board because 38¢ and 62¢ equals one dollar.