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- Wooden Mancala Board, 48 glass beads, Instructions
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My students also enjoy playing with the beads and separating them into categories.
I play it with my 8 year old nieces, and it doesn't bear much educational content, but you can invent a scoring system where when you count your beads at the end, each is worth 10 points and the first to 1,000 pts is the winner. So that's math, haha.
It's a fun game and if you get tired of the same old thing, you can invent new ways to play like the aforementioned. It comes with easy to understand directions, and a few times around, you can get really good at developing strategies. You could probably even make a game like this if you're hard up for cash. It's one of those creative games that doesn't require a lot of skill or concentration. I'd recommend it for a rainy day! :D
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My son absolutely loves this game! He has it at the classroom and wanted one for home. We all love playing it with him!Published on November 10, 2011 by Zoraidastyles
This is such a great game! Adults and kids of all ages can play it. I taught my kids to play it before they were even in school and their knowledge and strategy ability have... Read morePublished on January 2, 2011 by Sonesta
I have purchased this game for myself and my husband (in our sixties), and for four children ranging in age from 7 to 12 - everyone is enjoying it and it can be played for as long... Read morePublished on May 22, 2008 by C. Alford