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Skippity Brings Checkers To a New Level
on April 6, 2011
The following review of Skippity was written by Ethan, one of my 4th graders. Skippity is a game we have in our classroom and have used it during both indoor recess and as a logic game. Here is Ethan's Review:
Skippity is a sweet game with rules that are really easy to understand. This game would probably be a really good pick for a family game night.
Skippity is played a lot like checkers. You put five different colors of chips on the board (called skippers) - there are 100 all together. Players leave four open spots in the middle of the board. Once you get one of every color, you have a set.
The person who has the most sets at the end of the game, wins!
Skippity is a very well made game, but it takes about three to four minutes to set it up. It is really challenging.