Top 5 Answers: A Family Feud-Type Category Game

Top  5 Answers: A Family Feud-Type Category Game
Top  5 Answers: A Family Feud-Type Category Game
Top  5 Answers: A Family Feud-Type Category Game
Top  5 Answers: A Family Feud-Type Category Game
Top  5 Answers: A Family Feud-Type Category Game
Top  5 Answers: A Family Feud-Type Category Game
Top  5 Answers: A Family Feud-Type Category Game
Top  5 Answers: A Family Feud-Type Category Game
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Contents:
48 Category survey cards plus 2 blank cards
6 “X” cards (3 blue, 3 orange)

Object:
Students have to name items in a category in this Family feud style game.
To be the first team to collect 5 survey cards

Setup:
Shuffle the category cards and place face down in reach of all players.
One player chooses to be the host for the game and will read all the questions and answers to the other players.
All remaining players divide into two teams.
Each team takes a set of 3 “X” cards.

How to Play:
To begin a new round, a player from each round is chosen to face off.
The Host draws a survey card and reads it aloud to the two players.
The player who shouts their answer first gets the first chance to win the faceoff.
The Host announces if the answer is one of the answers on the card and its rank.
If the player answers with the number one answer, the player automatically wins the faceoff.
If the answer is on the card, but not number one, the other player gets a chance to guess. If that player guesses a higher-ranking answer, he wins the faceoff.
If the player’s answer is not on the card his team receives an “X” card and the other player gets a chance to guess.
Once a player has won the faceoff, play moves to the faceoff winner’s team. His team will then try to guess the remaining answers, one player at a time.

Winning the Round:
Each time a player answers incorrectly his team gets an “X” card.
If the team guesses all the answers on the card before receiving three “X” cards, that team wins the round and wins the survey card.
If your team receives all 3 “X” cards before guessing all of the correct answers, play shifts to the other team. The other team gets one chance to correctly guess one of the remaining answers on the card. If they answer correctly, they win the round and the survey card. If not, the first team wins the round and the card.

Winning the Game:
The first team to collect 5 survey cards wins the game.
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