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Professor Noggin - World of Pets

Professor Noggin - World of Pets

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Pets are lovable creatures! But, every year, nationwide, approximately 5 to 7 million pets enter animal shelters. Use Professor Noggin Pets card game as a fun way to learn about animals and as an opportunity to discuss the responsibility of owning a pet.

Made in Canada!

Contents

  • 30 illustrated game cards combining trivia, true or false, and multiple choice questions. Easy and hard levels keep kids interested and challenged - while having fun!
  • a special three-numbered die creates interaction and promotes communication between players.
  • instructions

How to Play

Before the game starts, players will determine if they are playing from the easy or hard questions, identified as student and scholar respectively. Players use the three-sided die to determine which question will be read. If a 2 is rolled, then the player has to answer question #2 from either the student or scholar category. If it's answered correctly, the player keeps the card. If it's not answered correctly, then the card goes back to the bottom of the pile. The game is over when all of the cards have been won. The player with the most cards is the winner.

Ages: 7+

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Professor Noggin Card Games

The Professor Noggin series of educational games encourages kids to learn interesting facts about their favorite subjects. From nature to history to science, there is bound to be a card game to entertain any child. Kids can play Professor Noggin card games solo, simply as informational cards, or against other players. Great for unit studies, homeschooling, rainy day activities, cabin or travel games. Because each Professor Noggin card game has the same game play, it makes it easy for kids to add card games to their collection and start playing right away. The Professor Noggin series are Made in Canada!

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