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Educational Trivia Card Game - Professor Noggin's Card Games


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Birds of North America
  • Encourages kids to learn about birds of North America
  • Includes 30 game cards and a 3 numbered die
  • Questions in form of trivia, true or false, and multiple choice
  • Both easy and hard levels of questions keep kids interested, challenged and having fun
  • For 2 or more players
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Professor Noggin's Card Game Series helps children learn and communicate while having fun! Players collect illustrated cards by correctly answering knowledge-based questions. Each game includes 30 professionally illustrated game cards and a special tree numbered dice that creates interactive play.

There are a many different types of cards to help engage children while giving them an education!

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  • ASIN: B004RZ8SN0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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My son is 6 years old and loves the Prof.
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The game can be played at two levels (easy and hard) so adults and children can play together.
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This game is a good way to learn about birds.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By D. Adams on February 16, 2007
Style Name: Outer Space
We now own 4 of the Professor Noggin games. They are all set up the same. You roll a die, then you are asked the corresponding question. If you are correct you keep the card. The player with the most cards wins. There are 2 sets of questions per card, easy and hard. This makes it more competitive and easier to play with various ages. It passes the test of my 3 boys because they ask to play again. Some may say that the answers could be memorized, but I like to think they have learned the information!
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By BakerBella on August 12, 2005
Style Name: Countries Verified Purchase
I was disappointed when this game arrived. It is a small box and consists of durable cards to learn from . There is a dice and it's very simple and a little boring. There is nothing very colorful or fun about it. I was hoping there would be a large poster or hardback game board with the map of the world but there is not so the kids have no reference for the countries. I had to get the globe out to play to show my kids what we were learning. The information on the cards is good but it is not a game I will recommend for young children.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mom and Teacher on January 21, 2009
Style Name: Explorers Verified Purchase
It is an easy way to review or learn about explorers. The game is a deck of cards and one dice. There is nothing to set up just take the cards out of the box and your done. If we don't have alot of time, I pick a small number like 6 and say who ever gets six cards first win. If you are going on a trip, these games are small and easy to play anywhere. The other great thing about this game is if you do lose a card the game is not ruined. You could even play it in a car.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mom and Teacher on September 22, 2008
Style Name: U.S. History
It is easy to play and you can't help learning something. It is a great way to review. I played the game with my 6 and 9 year old girls. Both enjoyed the game and want to play it again especially if I count it as part of school. Because the questions cover a great deal of material some subject we have not covered yet so it was a fun way to introduce new topics. After playing this game, I went on line to find out what other topics they covered. I was happy to find a great many different subjects.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Barbe Yochelson on September 9, 2007
Style Name: U.S. History
This is an excellent fun way to help with your kids education. Mine love playing. From my 5 year old to my 15 year old. We do change the rules a little bit to allow all of them to play together.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sky Schoggins on January 18, 2008
Style Name: Countries
I purchased Professor Noggin's Countries of the World Card Game for my niece and nephew for Christmas. I find that they don't learn a lot of things in school that I think they should and was looking for something that they could both play with and learn from.
However, this game actually exceeded my expectations. The kids learn from the questions and answers in the game and then will remember later if the question is asked again. While this is a memorization of the facts, I can then ask a deeper question or other questions about the same thing and they are able to deduce or learn from those questions as well.
I find it actually teaches the adults a lot too, as there are many that they don't know. I'd be excited about a 3rd edition of Countries of the World, as there are several countries yet to be added...but many of those aren't taught in our education system either.
We've all enjoyed Professor Noggin's card games enough to look at purchasing other subjects as well.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Eapple on November 25, 2005
Style Name: Birds of North America
This game is a good way to learn about birds. Questions have varying degrees of difficulty which means younger kids can play along with their older siblings. Interesting facts, nice illustrations on the cards and a reasonable price make this a good purchase if your kids are interested in learning more about birds. Mine were; we played this game every day for two weeks straight and it still manages to find its way into our game rotation at least once a month.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sue Stuever Battel on December 3, 2012
Style Name: U.S. History Verified Purchase
I wanted a game for our family that elementary kids and adults could play (ages 6, 10 and parents), yet something without a board or too many pieces that our two toddlers would knock over and mess up while we're trying to play. (Monopoly was definitely out!) This fit the bill. It's just trivia cards and a die. You determine if each player needs easy or hard questions (kids got easy, adults hard). It was easy enough that my 6-year-old won a lot of cards and didn't feel like she had no chance to win as is the case with many other games. Hard questions were enough that my husband and I didn't feel like we were bulldozing the kids.

This particular Prof. Noggin game was ideal for us because we've been studying American history in our homeschool. It's nice to find a fun way to extend the learning! I now ordered other titles. Once we play this several more times, I'm sure we will have all had all the questions and will have them memorized as it's not a large deck, but that's not so bad to have kids memorizing facts about the presidents. And the price is right.

My only complaint is that some of the questions seem wrongly marked as hard or easy. For example who wrote the Declaration of Independence was supposed to be a hard question, but even the kids knew, yet a couple questions were labeled easy, but my husband and I couldn't answer them.
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