Talking About Ability.More printables »
This is a game for 2-4 players (or teams). Kids move along the game track that is made of both playing and wild cards.
Double-sided cards with questions and answers.
To make games more exciting, with starting and finishing cards.
Not mandatory for the game. Use buttons or pawns instead.
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