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Super Jumbo Playing Cards

4.6 out of 5 stars 331 customer reviews
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8 times larger than a deck of standard playing cards- They're humungous! Each 8-1/4" x 11-3/4" card is printed on heavy-duty card stock coated on both sides. Deck includes 52 standard poker cards and 2 jokers. Make any card game more fun!

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Product Dimensions 11.8 x 8.4 x 1 inches
Item Weight 2.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B002LHA74O
Item model number NA
Manufacturer recommended age 15 - 6 years
Best Sellers Rank #2,066 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#10 in Toys & Games > Games > Playing Cards
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These are wonderful cards. They are great for home use and classroom use. I use these cards as an attention grabbing manipulative to teach probability, sequencing, number games, fractions, recall (solitare), and many other math games. They are so appealing that students want to learn math, and they provide those tactile skills you won't get with smaller decks of cards.

They're wonderful as a center activity for math centers or art centers. I had one student who drew a perfect duplicate of the queen of hearts. If you include them in a center, try to have at least two to four decks as students will argue over them. They're relative inexpensive on Amazon. If you can get your school to pickup the tab, all the better.

I try using the (7" x 9") cards in centers because it's quite an endeavor to house these in a center. Also the super jumbo size might be an attractive nuisance--too much attention. You know your students so be conscious of their inclinations.

I use them for both primary and secondary students (6th). Even my high schoolers get a kick out of these cards--still babies. There are also variations of the size of the cards. These are the giant jumbo size. I use these and a smaller but larger size with my secondary students (7" x 9"). They are especially appealing to ESE students, ELL, and remedial students.

For example, divide the class into groups of three or four, lay the cards out on the floor or grass, and have each team flip three cards at once, if they match, the team gets to take those cards, if they don't match, the team must turn them over again. The next team gets to try to recall where they saw the mate to the newly flipped card. This is a huge game of solitare, but so much more exciting.
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GREAT TO HAVE FOR FAMILY NIGHT!!! MY CHILD LOVED IT AS WELL AS OUR GRANDPA. WE ASKED HIM IF HE WANTED TO PLAY A CARD GAME WITH US AND HE CLEARED A SMALL AREA ON THE TABLE FOR REGULAR SIZE PLAYING CARDS... THEN WE BROUGHT OUT THESE HUGE ONES AND HE LAUGHED AND LAUGHED. GOOD MEMORIES.....
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BIG is Good!

I have the playing cards on a glass table next to an equally oversized checkers board set. A real attention getter that draws young and old....to put down their sartphones, sit face to face with someone, and play a game !
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Fun to play with or for decor
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Surprisingly fun giant playing cards. I bought these initially for a work function but ended up breaking them out for a gaming night with friends for some unexpectedly hilarious games. Something about playing with comically oversized cards just makes normally amusing games outright amazing. Now, points deducted since the cards themselves are flimsier than I would prefer, but to increase the weight of the paper would really increase the price of the cards, and it's not like we're using these for professional level poker games or anything.

For what they are, they are an excellent purchase.
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We used these cards to have some fun at our teacher pre-service week. We played "Card Sharks" with them. They were durable and worked perfect!
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I've been doing the eye exercises in Dr. Rosanes-Berrett's book, "Do You Really Need Eyeglasses?" which I've previously reviewed. One of the exercises that she recommends is simply playing Solitaire with playing cards. It makes your eyes move and it's relaxing. Yes, it works. I've played Solitaire all day long, during lunch and then for a couple hours at night, gotten up the next day and my eye muscles are actually sore. My eyesight slowly continues to improve.

So, I thought, along the lines of, 'if a little is better, then too much is great' that if Solitaire played with regular cards is great, then Solitaire played with gee-normous cards would be super-fantastic.

Lo and behold, it is! Not only do your eyes have to roam over a six foot area when you're playing Solitaire with these monsters, but it's a whole-body workout! If you are a sedentary person who does not care for exercise, then get a set of these, spread them out on the floor or on a six-foot table, put on your headphones and play away. Ditto if you are just trying to improve your eyesight or if your eyes are just tired after staring at a computer all day.
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I got my deck, blue back, minor printing errors on a couple of the cards, but $10 low price, so I don't care because I got these as props to mess with people and for magic tricks. for those of you who like performing magic tricks, here's an idea: hide an individual mega card behind a poster/painting on the wall, or under the couch, or under dining room tablecloth, or wherever you can think that won't damage the card. then have audience member pick a card FROM A NORMAL SIZE REGULAR DECK, and force the matching card on them. "lose" the card back in the deck, "fail" to find it, and then suddenly "remember" that you caused the card to move somewhere else, and direct the audience to the location of the mega card. if you hide several mega cards in various locations, you can do various lost and found or whatever routines, as long as you remember where each card is. I suppose a teacher could do a variation of this with mega cards and some sort of math problem or simple logic problem, but I never thought about using giant cards in a classroom before reading what others wrote in reviews. I can honestly say I only got the cards to mess with people's minds... mwahahahaha... "I as born in Texas, and these are what we use for poker cards in Texas. Haven't you heard, everything is bigger in Texas?" ... "one day, I was looking at my cards thru a magifying class during a full moon, and wouldn't you know it, when I pulled the magnifying glass away, the cards remained giant size." ... "I got these in a hospital gift shop. they are meant for the almost legally blind." ... "These are what you use for cheating at a card throwing tournament." ... (pull these out and ask with a straight face) "anyone want to play poker?"
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