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    Race to 10
    Players: 2-4

    Number of Cards: Number cards from 1-12 (x4) / 4 Jokers. Also Required: Possibly a bell.

    Educational Value:
    Practices deconstructing the numbers 1-10.

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

    Preparation: The cards are shuffled and the entire deck placed in the center of the table. A bell may also be added to the table.

    How to Play: A player draws a card from the deck in the center of the table and reads it aloud. The next player does the same. This continues until a player finds two sequential cards which total 10. Jokers are worth 0.
    When a player believes he can make 10, he knocks on the table or rings the bell and says the sum aloud. If he is correct, he takes all the up-turned cards.
    This cycle continues until no more combinations which make 10 are possible.

    By: Heidemarie Wöckinger