HOW TO PLAY
(1) If you are the first player, take a card from the card box. You have 30 seconds to stare at the image. Try to memorize as much as you can.
(2) When time runs out, pass the card to the player to your left, who will ask you questions about the image (this player should be careful not to let you see the image).
(3) Roll the die to see which question you will be asked first. If you roll a 5, you will be asked question 5. Once you give your answer, the player holding the card decides if you are right by looking at the image - they are the judge!
(4) If you get it right you move ahead 5 spaces on the board. Now roll again to get your next question from the same card. If you roll a 3, you will be asked question 3 - if you get it right you move ahead 3 spaces. Every time you get a question right move ahead and then roll again for your next question.
(5) Your turn continues until you either get a question wrong or until you roll the same number twice (because you cannot answer the same question twice). In either case, your turn would be up and play would pass to the next player, who draws a new card from the card box.
(6) The first player to reach the FINISH circle is the winner of the game. Good Luck!
Just remember these simple steps:
1. Stare at the image.
2. Answer the questions.
3. Move ahead if you are right.
P.S. For students whose reading skills have not yet been fully developed can still play along. When it is their turn to ask questions to other kids, instead of reading the questions on the back of the card, they will study the image and make up their own questions about the image to ask the other player.
Here is a link to how it works: