Players: 3

Number of Cards: Number cards from 1-12 (x4) / 4 Jokers.

Educational Value: Practices the basic arithmetical functions and promotes logical thinking and reasoning abilities.

Goal: The player with the most points at the end of the game is the winner.

Preparation: The cards are shuffled, and every player is given 5 cards. The remaining cards are then placed face-down in a pile in the center of the table.

How to Play: The player to the left of the Dealer begins and places a card down on the table. The second player then does the same. It is now up to the third player to work out which arithmetical function will equal one of his cards.

If he can find a solution, he gets a point. If he cannot, the player next to him can try with his own cards. A Joker can stand for any number.

After each point, every player takes a card from the pile in the center of the table. The player who got the point then takes the next turn.

The player with the most points at the end of the game is the winner.

By: __Maria Flandorfer-Salmina__