Components

  • 1 game board
  • 1 spinner
  • 12 challenge cards
  • 12 wooden blocks
  • 1 Stack Smasher with stand
  • 2 stack sticks
  • Instructions

Overview

STACK UP! gives kids the chance to do two favorite things-build a tower of blocks and knock it down! The game encourages color learning, hand-eye coordination, taking turns, working together, counting, and game-play basics.

Stack Up! has three levels of play with specific rules designed for age and developmental capability. As a child grows, she moves to the next level of play, from 3 to 4 to 5 years of age, adding challenges at each age and level. …




Components

  • 220 Trivia cards
  • Instructions.


Object of the Game

The goal is to be the first player to answer two questions in each of the five categories:



Game Play

Place the cards face down on the table. On a blank piece of paper, write each of the players' initials down one side, and the categories across the top.



Simply put a check mark in the appropriate column when a question is answered correctly from each category.

The oldest player is the first to receive a question and he/she selects any of the five categories. The question is asked by the person on the player's right. The card is then placed at the bottom of the deck. …


Count Your Chickens! is a cooperative game, meaning all players work together for one outcome-everyone wins or loses together.

You can help each other by counting aloud together the number of spaces Mother Hen moves and reminding other players what to do on their turns.


Components

  • 1 Game Board
  • 1 Spinner
  • 40 Baby Chicks
  • 1 Mother Hen with stand
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

The Baby Chicks have flown the coop and are running loose on the farm! The object of the game is to help Mother Hen collect all her Baby Chicks and put them back in the coop by the time she reaches the last space on the board. …


The bistro is bustling with activity. Your waiter Pierre can't seem to keep the orders straight Balance your plates on his tray, but watch out for the wobble!

Too many plates and Pierre tumbles to the ground. Don't Tip the Waiter or you'll be forced to pay up In this "nerve-racking, food-stacking" game of fun!


Components

  • 12 Large Plates of Food
  • 12 Small Plates of Food
  • 12 funny money dollars
  • 1 Waiter with tray
  • Instructions

Setup

Assemble place the waiter on the table. Place the plates in a draw pile where everybody can reach them. Everyone takes 3 dollars. …



Components

  • 4 Raccoon cards
  • 20 Costume cards
  • 1 Jumbo color die
  • 1 Jumbo costume die
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Match colors and shapes to be- the- first to collect 5~ costume cards.


Setup

Place all 20 costume cards face up in the center of the table. Each player chooses a raccoon player card.



Game Play

The youngest player goes first.

Roll both dice, then pick up a costume card that matches both dice and place it on your raccoon player card.

Example: If you rolled a "yellow" and a "top", then you could pick up the lifeguard card. …


Ricochet is played out over a series of rounds. In each round, turn over the top card from the deck face up into the center of a four-card layout.

Then race against your opponents to find the last (5th) card by following the pinballs on the bottom of the cards.

Each pinball indicates which card to look for next according to color and size.

The last remaining card is the 5th card, which is awarded to the first player to correctly identify and slap it. …



Components

  • Game board
  • 6 Decks of color - coded playing cards
  • Scorecards
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Get as many of your cards on the game board as possible - as quickly as possible! Cards must be put on the board in matching suits and in order from lowest to highest.

You will play cards on the game board from your 13-card pile, your 'Row of Four' and your hand-held cards, as explained below.

At the end of each round, you will get points for your cards on the game board. Any cards remaining in your 13-card pile will count against you. …



Components

  • 12 dude cards
  • 12 dude? cards
  • 12 dooode cards
  • 12 dewd cards
  • 12 tiny dude cards
  • 12 tie-dyed dude cards
  • Instructions

Setup

Pick a card color and take those 12 cards.

Look through your cards. The word "dude" appears on each card in one of six different ways:



Object of the Game

Quickly find matches for as many of your cards as you can.

The Essence of Dude

You say the word "dude" as you think it should be said, based on how it appears on your card. …



Components

  • 12 surfer dude cards
  • 12 robot dude cards
  • 12 pizza box dude cards
  • 12 pirate dude cards
  • 12 ghost dude cards
  • 12 cowboy dude cards
  • Instructions

Setup

Pick a card color and take those 12 cards.

Look through your cards. The word "dude" appears on each card, along with one of six different characters:



Object of the Game

Quickly find matches for as many of your cards as you can.

The Essence of More Dude

You say the word "dude" as you think the character on your card would say the word "dude". …



Components

  • 37 ZOOB Pieces
  • 24 ZOOB Creation Cards
  • 1 Game Board
  • 1 Die
  • 4 Playing Pieces
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

To be the first player to collect all of the ZOOB pieces shown on the ZOOB Creation Card, move to FINISH and construct a secret ZOOB Creation.


Setup

  • Place the ZOOB pieces in the box bottom.

  • Each player chooses a playing piece and places it at the START space that matches its color.

  • Shuffle the ZOOB Creation Card deck. Deal one card face down to each player. Players do not show their cards to each other. …