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Kids Battle the Grown-Ups Board Game


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Kids Battle the Grown-Ups Board Game
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Price: $19.98


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Ages: 8+
Weight: 2.6 lbs

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It's the family tug of war! Trivia questions designed to stump the different age groups ensure this game is actually as challenging for the adults as it is for the kids. (Don't get cocky, Mom and Dad! Try: Where does SpongeBob SquarePants work? Or: What do you call the answer to a multiplication problem?) Watch their faces light up with amazement when they know the answer and you don't. Plus, the kids might learn something new. For instance: When it's noon in Seattle, what time is it in New York? Surprise Who Knows? Cards get the group to guess your opinions on things like your chocolate preferences (white, dark or milk?). A unique tug-of-war game board adds to the fun: pull the rope toward you with each right answer. Finally, the kids have as much "pull" as the adults!

Warning: Choking Hazard - Contains small parts not suitable for children under 3 years.


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Incorrect answers to social studies questions
This is a great game to play with the family, however I was stunned by the answers to two questions. As a history teacher, I couldn't believe the following: 1) What state's capital is named after the man who drafted the Constitution? answer: Jefferson City. I couldn't believe it! I said Madison, as he was the drafter of the Constitution. Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence. 2) The Bill of Rights contains how many amendments to the Constitution? answer: 13 Anyone worth their salt in the teaching of social studies knows that the Bill of Rights was the first 10 amendments. Thanks a lot for showing me up in front of my kids with your wrong answers probably submitted by the elementary students that you give credit to and weren't checked before publishing.
--Ned from Ohio


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