Roman History Snap and Matching Pairs Card Deck
This snap game has been developed to help inform children about a non-European society requirements in the new history curriculum. The aim is to teach children about the expansion and dissolution of the Roman Empires as well as their way of life.
How to play snap:
To play snap, all you have to do is match the cards together.
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.
Contents: 55 playing cards and a rule card
Age: 7+ Years
Number of players: 1 or 2 if turn taking is managed well.
|Features||Contains interesting facts about how the Romans lived|