Games - Uno Game Display
|Dimensions||2.00 cm x 9 cm x 14. cm|
|Battery Information||Not Required|
|Recommended Age||3 years and above|
UNO, the classic card game of matching colours and numbers that is easy to pick impossible to put down, now comes with customizable wild cards for added excitement! players take turns racing to get rid of all their cards by matching a card in their hand with the current card shown on top of the deck. Special action cards deliver game-changing moments and help defeat opponents! use the swap hands card to change hands with any other opponent and use the 3 customizable (and erasable) wild cards to write your own rules! you’ll find 19 cards of each colour (red, green, blue, and yellow), plus 8 draw two, reverse and skip cards in every colour, along with 4 wild cards, 4 wild draw four cards, 1 wild swap hands card and 3 wild customizable cards. If you can't make a match, you must draw from the central pile! don't forget to shout “UNO” when you only have one card remaining! the player to get rid of all the cards in their hand scores points for any cards their opponents are left holding. The first player to reach 500 points wins. Get wild 4 UNO! includes 112 cards and instructions.. colours and decorations may vary.
FEATURES/SPECIFICATIONS: Made with high quality materials Made with nontoxic materials The classic card game of matching colours and numbers Special Action Cards and Wild Cards for unexpected excitement and game-changing fun Write your own rules for game play with the Customizable Wild cards Players take turns matching a card in their hand with the color or number of the card shown on the top of the deck
Strategic Thinking - They learn to combine problem solving, pattern recognition and creative thinking to make their moves
Abstract Reasoning - Chess helps students improve their abstract reasoning skills by helping them learn to recognize patterns on the game board and develop strategies based on those patterns.
Patience - This careful calculation teaches children the virtue of patience. Not only must they stay focused while waiting for an opponent to take his or her turn, but they must also exercise patience by not rushing the number of moves it takes to complete the game. Playing with others enhances children’s social skills because they learn how to co-operate with each other, make compromises, and unite around a common purpose.