Prof Noggin's Life in the Ocean Card Game

Prof Noggin's Life in the Ocean Card Game

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Grades: 1-AD

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  • Small parts Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description:

Newly updated, this science card game now features cards with photography instead of illustrations and an updated box design. Game play and questions are largely the same.

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Publisher Description:

Explore underwater and learn about the amazing creatures in the sea. Discover facts about common mammals, plants and other life forms that make the ocean their home. Professor Noggin's series of educational games encourages kids to learn interesting facts about their favorite subjects! Each of the thirty game cards combines trivia, true or false, and multiple-choice questions. A special three-numbered die is included which adds an element of unpredictability. Easy and hard levels keep kids interested and challenged - while of course having fun!

Category Description for Professor Noggin's Science Card Games:

Each of these card games tests players' knowledge of various topics at two skill levels. Each game consists of 30 large, sturdy, cards, a three-numbered dice, and instructions. The cards have color illustrations or photography portraying an animal or object and two sets of trivia questions on the other. Easy questions are geared for younger children and people with little knowledge of the subject, while the hard level is for those with a little more knowledge. One player rolls the dice, picks up a card, and asks another player a question. If the player gets the question right, he or she gets to keep it, but if they answer it wrong, the reader tells the all players the correct answer, and it goes back to the bottom of the pile. Everyone keeps on playing until the cards are all gone, and the player with the most cards wins. An example of an easy question, from the Life in the Ocean game on the Great White Shark card might be "Are all sharks dangerous?" whereas a harder question, from the same card might be "What is my skeleton made of?" The game concept is simple, and the topics are familiar, making this educational trivia game a fun "diversion" from your school day that older and younger kids can play together, on the same footing. - Jess




Category Description for Science Games & Materials:
Category Description for SCIENCE KITS, MODELS & GAMES:
Primary Subject
Science
Grade Start
1
Grade End
AD
EAN
625012114011
Format
Other
Brand Name
Outset Media
Weight
0.5 (lbs.)
Dimensions
6.62" x 5.12" x 1.5"
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I have heard great things about the Professor Noggins card games and wanted to try a few out! This one I chose because it will be a great supplement to science units!
Kimberly P on Mar 4, 2021
We add a Professor Noggin game to our collection every Christmas. Its a great family game for all ages.
User on Dec 6, 2020
I have heard great things about the Professor Noggins card games and wanted to try a few out! This one I chose because it will be a great supplement to science units!
Kimberly P on Mar 4, 2021
Great product, like any Noggin's card collection.
Marcia E on Feb 8, 2021
We add a Professor Noggin game to our collection every Christmas. Its a great family game for all ages.
User on Dec 6, 2020
My kid loves the ocean - especially turtles - and currently wants to be a marine biologist. We already have 2 decks of Professor Noggin's card games and they are great fun so I'm anxious to get her more.
Valerie H on Oct 28, 2020
Fun item to go in our learning basket about ocean studies and marine life.
Amanda C on Aug 30, 2020
We have heard great things about this line of card games and decided to give it a try! We picked "life in the ocean" since ocean animals are my son's current obsession.
Lauren R on Apr 30, 2020
Great game to play over the phone or video call with grandparents!
Alison D on Apr 17, 2020
We have enjoyed other games in this series.
Marion G on Oct 13, 2019
We love the Noggins games, have several. They are quick games that make learning fun!
Jennifer M on Sep 3, 2019
Great for long car rides!
Alice J on May 30, 2019
We are currently studying Exploring Creation with Zoology 2: Swimming creatures of the 5th day.
Tara B on Jan 1, 2019
We have others in the series and love them!
Amy W on Dec 10, 2018
Learning and fun in one.
Peter E on Dec 5, 2018
My 8 year old grandson has 3 of these games now and absolutely loves them. Fun games for traveling because they're so compact and the whole family gets involved. I purchased this game for my 7 year old granddaughter.
Marlene R on Feb 18, 2017
Son loves them
Lisa C on May 3, 2016
My son has played other Professor Noggins games and requested these for Christmas!
Sandy G on Dec 12, 2015
Great product, like any Noggin's card collection.
Marcia E on Feb 8, 2021
My kid loves the ocean - especially turtles - and currently wants to be a marine biologist. We already have 2 decks of Professor Noggin's card games and they are great fun so I'm anxious to get her more.
Valerie H on Oct 28, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Great Educational Game
My children (4 & 6) are enjoying this game. We use it for homeschool. The images on the cards are vibrant and interesting. The ocean facts are simple enough for kids to understand and memorize. We haven't played with the adult questions yet but will hopefully graduate up to that once they get bored with the kid questions.
January 4, 2021
Purchased
3 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
trivia fun for the whole family
A game that make learning about ocean life fun.
February 5, 2019
Purchased
over 2 years ago


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