Snapshots Across America Game
Add 32 cards to the main game to help children and adults learn more about U.S. History by "visiting several Historical vacation destinations. This expansion deck that features 22 additional U.S. Historical Sites spanning over five centuries ranging from an ancient Native American trail, Colonization, the American Independence and Revolution, War of 1812, Civil War, Westward Expansion, Industrialization, 20th Century Wars, Civil Rights, and even the September 11th Memorial. A great way to introduce many historical events and sites that have helped shape America into becoming the Greatest Nation on Earth.
Take a road trip without ever leaving the house! This easy to play game includes a US map game board, 124 cards in four different types, and six car-shaped player tokens. Card types include tourist attraction cards (featuring a few sentences about each destination), transportation cards, bad weather, and transportation cancel cards. Each player places their car in the state they live and is dealt six cards. On their turn, they'll start driving to a destination, or they can use a transportation card to take a plane, train, or boat. Watch out! Bad weather may strike at the hands of another player, or they might cancel your travel plans via a derailed train or closed airport. The first traveler to reach seven destinations wins! The 32 card expansion pack includes 22 new destinations as well as more travel and weather cards. This game is a fun addition to reinforce geography or bring a little USA knowledge to family game night.
1CHOKING HAZARD (1). Not <3yrs.
10 months ago
My 5 year old adores this game. I actually have hidden it for a few days because we have played it multiple times a day every day for 22 days. My husband and I are getting a little burnt out lol.
He’s learned a great deal about national monuments in states we didn’t visit and we enjoy talking about the states we did. He’s changed the rules a little to make the game longer since it goes really quickly. We like that it’s flexible enough to do this.
Great game! Not too complicated for young kids as long as they can read. My 4 year old who does not read will not sit for the game even if she’s playing with help. My son insisted on playing this game at his 6th birthday a few weeks ago. His 5 and 6 year old friends were uninterested, but his 7 year old friends enjoyed it.
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