Family Game Night: Rooster Race by RoosterFin GamesSeptember 6, 2018
Playing cards with your children is a great way to introduce numbers and counting. Fun and easy games like Rooster Race is a great way to get your young ones started and having fun with math. It does not seem like an educational game at all, yet it is and fun for the whole family.
Awarded the 2017 Seal of Excellence by Creative Child Magazine. Rooster Race is a high low game of fun for 1-5 players ages 5 and up. The object of the game is to collect the most corn. You collect corn by guessing correctly.
CONTENTS OF BOX:
The box includes:
72 rooster cards;
15 ears of corn; and
HOW TO PLAY ROOSTER RACE:
Shuffle all the cards. Flip over the top card face-up on the table. This is the starting card. Deal 14 cards to each player face down. Return any unused cards to the box. Players take turn guessing if their top card is higher or lower than the starting card by announcing "High" or "Low" and then flipping over their top card and placing it on top of the starting card, becoming the new card for the next player. If the guess is correct: Player takes 1 corn -- if the guess is incorrect: player returns 1 corn. Play until last card is flipped. The player with the most corn wins!
The game can be played as a single player also, which is similar to multi-player set-up except you deal yourself 25 cards! To win - you must collect all 15 corn pieces.
We had a lot of fun playing this game. It was fun to shout out a guess. The corn did run out a little too fast the more players we had but it was a great quick game! Easy to take anywhere and great for family game night.
WHY IS IT GREAT?
Rooster Race is a fun fast game offering learning in counting (1-15), number recognition, probability, guessing, friendly competition, turn taking and how to lose. A great way to spend quality time with family and friends.
Visit roosterfingames.com for more information.
RoosterFin Games was founded in 2011 by Joe RoosterFin. Joe taught math to middle school students for over a decade before leaving the classroom to create games. Since his students were longing for new fun family activities, he was driven to create them. This career change was also motivated by memories Joe had growing up playing games with family. He now enjoys seeing others have the chance to make great family memories around the kitchen table. Since life isn't all fun and games, Joe inserts a little bit of math into each RoosterFin game. Ensuring children can apply skills from school into his games while having fun and playing with family and friends.
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