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Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader? Game
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- The object of the game is to win $1,000,000 by correctly answering 11 questions
- Game board trivia with hours of play
- Fun for the whole family
- Kids can now compete against their parents
- Allows the players to bring the TV experience home
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We decided to just take turns asking questions, and made up our own rules. The questions were quite easy for the adults, until we got to 5th grade. My 5th grade daughter could answer most of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade questions, and some of the 4th and 5th.
If you're okay with inventing your own rules, then it is fun and not too expensive.
Of course, as a board game, you cannot replicate a panel of kids as your "help" buddies but the way they came up with a substitute gmaeplay makes very little sense. They should have kept the game nice and simple instead of trying to re-invent the TV experience and failing. So, like most people, I think you'll invent new rules for your family - it would be pointless & complicated to explain how they want you to play this game but again, you can skirt around and stick to the questions and just hand out the money prizes.
The questions are divided by grade group and then by color and the questions are great. They are all a good test of knowledge from ages 4-10 but it is for kids who like retaining knowledge and um, smart - because if they don't love reading, studying, math, history, geography, etc ... this is not really that easy of a game as they have to pull out paper and do math problems and spell and so forth but smart kids will love it as they get to show off so know the kids who you are buying this for ...
And it's fun for families as there are definitely things that your 3rd grader will have just learned but you cannot remember anymore :-)
But you will have to make up your own gameplay rules as the design of the game itself makes very little sense or rather, it's way more complicated than it has to be when they could've just simply substituted moving pieces up & down a row or something to indicate progress in the game ...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I should have read the reviews 1st!! Rules are very confusing and when you put the question in the "question" sleeve so that you can read the question--YOU CANNOT READ IT. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Mary K.
We have to modify this game considerably to play it as a family. But it's fun and we're enjoying it.Published 1 month ago by Colorado Girl
My kids have been playing this game all weekend and they love it. So happy!!Published 7 months ago by Miriam Vassallo
This is a game that Is fun for all ages. Fun to play as family or with friends. Good questions in different fields (history, science, etc.) at different grade levels.Published 13 months ago by Margaret L. Broaddus
Bought this for the senior center where I work. We only had the 1st edition of the board game and this gives us a new set of questions. Read morePublished 15 months ago by duesouth