The Fun Educational Game for Children and Their Parents
Which is worth more-a bucket full of nickels or the same bucket half full of dimes? What letter is not used to start the name of a country? How many outs are in a 9-inning baseball game won by the visiting team?
More appealing than other trivia games because you use the knowledge that you already have to answer questions for your own age group. Questions for two different age groups: 10-15 and 16 and up. Two sets of questions so players compete on their own level.
A perfect fit if you're searching for fun, family entertainment.
Ages 10 and up
This game may contain small pieces that may not be suitable for small children
Comments about Game of Knowledge Board Game Ages 10+, 1 ea:
TEACHER ALERT! When some students are finishing up those boring, meaningless and repetitive state mandated tests pull out this trivia game. Students learn many useful facts in an enjoyable way. Students like playing the board game but for full class participation divide students into teams and just ask the questions. I knew that this 'game' worked well when I combined students from another teacher's classroom and her students wanted to know why my students knew so much more than they did! Works well for grades 5-12