My First UK Money Snap and Matching Pairs Games
This bright and colourful card deck makes a great resource for helping children to grasp and understand money.
How to play snap:
To play Snap, children will be trying to match cards which are equal to say the number 20. The matching cards could be one 20p coin or two 10p coins. This is to really encourage and foster more mental maths skills.
How to play matching pairs:
In order to play pairs, simply turn all the cards upside down. Then turn two over at a time to see if they match. If they do then you keep them, if not you turn them back face down with the aim to collect all the cards. This is a great concentration game for kids as the colourful images are easy to remember.
Contents: 52 playing cards, 3 x rule cards and a self checking guide.
Age: 5+ Years
Number of players: 1 or 2 if turn taking is managed well.
|Dimensions||Playing Card Size H8.7 x W5.5 cm|
|Features||52 full-colour playing cards plus 3 information cards|