Players: 2-4

Number of Cards: Number cards from 1-12 (x4) / no Jokers.

Educational Value: Reinforces and consolidates multiplication.

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

Preparation: A Dealer is chosen to shuffle the cards and give 7 to each player. The remaining cards are placed in a pile in the center of the table.

How to Play: The first player chooses two numbers from his cards. The second player must then multiply these together. If he solves the problem correctly within 10 seconds, he takes two cards from the pile in the center of the table.

If he takes longer than 10 seconds or gives a wrong answer, he must give two of his own cards to the player who asked the question.

At the end of each round, each player must take enough cards from the pile in the center of the table to have at least 7 cards in his hands.

The game continues like this until there are no more cards remaining in the pile. The player with the most cards at this point is the winner.

Variation: Depending on the ages of the players, the time allowed for answering and the numbers used in the problems can both be determined before the game begins.

By: __Rebekka Elisabeth Barg__