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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
University Games Who What Where Jr
Amusing drawing and loads of family fun, University Games Who What Where Jr keeps parties going. It features thousands of funny combinations that have to be sketched from three sets of cards. With an optional scoring system, you may make this game as competitive as you want.
University Games Who What Where, Jr. Game is the outrageous drawing game for kids. The object is to try to get other players to guess the who, what, and where scene you've drawn. To play, each player draws a who, what, and where card and then begins drawing the scene described on the cards. Players then pass their creations onto the player to their left, who writes down his best guess of what the drawing represents and then passes it along to the next person. Could you draw santa eating ice cream in New York or perhaps big bird play a trumpet on the moon.
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Love this game! Fun for adults and kids. Great family night game.Published 6 months ago by Gramreader
My grandkids love playing games while visiting at our house . . . this is a very fun game for all ages!!Published 9 months ago by Lorraine Starkie
Lots of fun for the whole family. Even my 4 year old daughter can play. We use a big dry erase board instead of paper.Published 10 months ago by Melissa
Awesome game! I'm an art teacher and my kids love this game! It's a great way to extend their drawing and creative thinking powers! Love it!Published 13 months ago by paula boucher