Card Games For Kids
Jason has recently become very interested in card games for kids . Go Fish is by far his favorite and the easiest for him to understand. However, my husband and I play completely different ways. I want to know how you play this children’s card game. I know this is a very strange request but we might just kill each other without some outside insight.
Different Rules Between One Person And Another
The way I was taught to play Go Fish is everyone gets 5 cards and you try and get doubles. Then the first person who is out of cards wins. Simple Simon, Easy Peasy.
The way the Allport family apparently played the game of cards was everyone gets 7 cards and you try to get triples. Then once the 4th card is found the person holding it must lay it down in the person with the triples pile. At the end when no cards are left to fish, the person with the highest count wins. By highest count I mean you actually add up each cards number or worth. So for example if you had a quads of 9’s and a quads of 4’s you would have a count of 52.
At this point I’m exhausted just typing out his Go Fish rules. What was that? I’m 35 years old and although I realize I’m no genius, I think many would be confused by his explanation. Simple card games for little kids should be exactly that, simple. Maybe if you want to make the rules more difficult for adults or older kids I understand but I don’t think Go Fish is the game for such extensions.
Tips For Fun Card Games
Tell me how you play Go Fish in your home and if you would like to give me tips on other fun card games please share. Because next time we sit down as a family to play we certainly aren’t going to be counting triplicates by fourths and dividing by halves. Or whatever it is Tim’s family does.