Skip-Bo Junior's main goal is to get rid of all of the cards in a player's individual stockpile. Each player has a stockpile of cards, usually 10 unless a longer game is played, and three cards are placed face up in fron... More »

Instructions for the card game Skip-Bo are available from the manufacturer's website, Mattel.com. The game is for two to six players with a deck consisting of 162 cards. The number of cards dealt depends on the number of... More »

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Scrabble Junior is played in a similar way to Scrabble, except that each player only plays two tiles per turn rather than making words with all seven letters available. The object of the game is the same as in Scrabble, ... More »

To play Junior Monopoly, each player moves a piece around the board and tries to bankrupt the other players. Junior Monopoly is played similarly to regular Monopoly, but it uses different property names, simpler Chance c... More »

To set up the board to play Backgammon, each player must place two chips on the Point farthest from the Bar within the opponent's Inner Board and five chips on the Point farthest from the Bar within the opponent's Outer ... More »

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Candy Land begins with shuffling the deck of playing cards and placing them facedown where all players can easily reach them. Each player selects a colored gingerbread marker and places it on the space designated Start. ... More »

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To play Skip-Bo, shuffle all the cards together, deal every player a stock pile of between 20 to 30 cards, then have everyone work together to build piles from their hands and from their stock piles. Win the hand by gett... More »

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