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- Pictionary Junior is the fun-filled game where clues are sketched and teammates have to quickly guess the word.
- Each card also has a theme that gives a hint to the word being sketched.
- You don't have to be an artist to play - all you need is a little imagination and a fast pencil!
- How fast can you draw an apple pie, an eyebrow, or a coin?
- It takes a quick hand and good guesswork to move around the game board from start to finish before the other team.
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All you need to play this fun-filled Pictionary Junior Game is a fast hand and a little imagination. Pick a card and sketch clues to get your teammates to guess the word you are drawing. Each player gets 60 seconds to sketch clues. Each card has a theme that gives a hint about the word being sketched. For 3 or more players. Ages 7 and up. Made in USA, dice and timer are imported.
Speed, not artistry, is the key to Pictionary Junior, a party game that stole the show from Charades in the '80s. The kids' version, which has been updated with hundreds of new words to draw, has hints and two levels of play. There are 144 two-sided cards. The red side is more challenging, and the blue side is easier--for younger players. Both include a theme to be read aloud and start everyone thinking on track. Teams go head-to-head to guess the word their "picturist" draws within 60 seconds. How fast can you draw an apple pie, an eyebrow, or a coin? It takes a quick hand and good guesswork to move around the game board from start to finish before the other team. A timer and easy-to-read instructions are included. --Lynne SampsonSee all Product description
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|Item Dimensions||7.7 x 14.9 x 3.1 in||7.87 x 2.52 x 10.51 in||2 x 10.5 x 10.5 in||1.75 x 10.5 x 10.5 in|
|Item Weight||—||1.61 lbs||1.76 lbs||0.9 lb|
Top Customer Reviews
When rolling the die and landing on an All Play square (shown by an image of four pencils), the "Picturist" for one team shows the Picturist from the other team the word that matches the color of the square landed upon. BOTH Picturists draw the word and then it's a race as to who draws the picture the fastest. For Single Play (shown by a single pencil), one team rolls the die and sketches until someone on the team does NOT guess the picture.
This game comes with a white side with easier words (for smaller children), while the blue side has more challenging words. For example, the white side of one card may have Bell, Baby, Box, Button and Branch (Starts with "B"), while the blue side will have Team, Goal Post, High Five, Quarterback and Cheerleader (Football Game). Of course, which word is actually drawn depends on which colored square that is landed on.
There are two game pieces and a sand timer. The game comes with two small pencils and a pad of paper, but get this: the pencils aren't even sharpened! They're just pieces of unsharpened wood. Sheesh...they don't make 'em like they used to!
If you like drawing games, Pictionary Jr. is a fun option for the whole family--even for children who can't yet read (they can always guess what the pictures are!). Unfortunately, there needs to be at least 3 players for this game. In the case of 3 players, one person serves as the permanent Picturist for both teams.
On a side note. This is a great birthday party game. You can split up into teams and you can be the designated reader.