Half Match

Half Match

A monstrously fun game of describing & listening

Are you brave enough to make a monster?
Make monster matches by describing your half monster and collecting the matching half from other players. The cards can be used in a variety of other ways to strengthen expressive language, listening, and memory skills while having fun!

Category: Memory & Visual Perception, Family Games, Cards
Content: 44 cards
Skills Learned: Memory & Visual Perception, Communication skills, Enlarging Vocabulary
2-4 Players
Ages4+
New
10 Minutes

How to Play

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The object of the game is to make as many monsters as you can by collecting the missing halves of your monsters.
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Shuffle the deck and deal each player 5 cards. Players look at their cards but don’t show them to others. The rest of the deck is placed in the middle of the playing area.
3
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The first player chooses a half monster from his/her hand to describe to another player. Using full sentences, the player must state 3 attributes about the monster s/he is looking for to make a monster match.

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