Professor Noggin Ancient Civilizations
It's the 2020 edition of Professor Noggin with all new photos! Step back in time to explore lost, but not forgotten, Ancient Civilizations. Discover facts about ancient places, philosophers, buildings, arts, clothing, empires and more on this historical journey.
The Professor Noggin series of educational card games encourages kids to learn interesting facts about their favorite subjects - like Insects and Spiders! Each of the thirty game cards combines trivia, true or false, and multiple choice questions. A special three-numbered die is included which adds an element of unpredictability. Easy and hard levels keep kids interested and challenged - while of course having fun!
Click the Instructions Tab below or watch the video to learn 'How to Play' Professor Noggin card games.
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|Case Pack||24, 36, 48||Width||5.125"|
|Item #||11410||Weight||0.5 lbs.|
Players take turns rolling the die and asking each other questions from the cards. If a question is answered correctly, the card is won; if answered incorrectly, the card is returned to the bottom of the pile. The player with the most cards at the end of the game is the winner!
Players have a few chances throughout the game to get a Noggin's Choice card. This means they can choose a card from any other player, and get ahead!
Remember the correct answers! If a question is not answered correctly the first time, that question will come up again.