Black Heritage Trivia Game
Black Heritage Trivia Game
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Black Heritage Trivia Game. Introduce students to the history, cultural experiences, and major contributions make by African Americans from 1619 till today. 1 game board w 16 movement tokens. 4 dice. 200 questions and answer cards. Ages 10 and up.
•Introduce students to the history, cultural experiences, and major contributions make by African Americans from 1619 till today
•1 game board with 16 movement tokens
•200 questions and answer cards
•Ages 10 and up
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|Product Length:||10.0 inches|
|Product Width:||2.0 inches|
|Product Height:||10.0 inches|
|Product Weight:||0.88 pounds|
|Package Length:||10.0 inches|
|Package Width:||10.0 inches|
|Package Height:||2.1 inches|
|Package Weight:||1.8 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 4 reviews|
Introduce students to the history, cultural experiences, and major contributions make by African Americans from 1619 till today
1 game board with 16 movement tokens
4 dice included
200 questions and answer cards
For Ages 10 and up
|Average Customer Review: ( 4 customer reviews )
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1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Interesting but unimportant trivia, Terrible game functions Feb 01, 2012
By Scotty A. Deboer
Terrible game. The most off the wall questions like "Who's the artist of this Disney cartoon character" and who was in Superbowl 22...most ridiculous questions that even an african american history MAJOR doesn't know (see other review) because its not important. Good questions included hospital names and notable accomplishments. The game function is you have 4 colored pieces to advance forward. That's it other than the fact you get to move your opponents pieces backwards. THATS IT. Terrible game functions, and mostly poor questions. I'd give it 2 stars. Bring history books and study if you want to play this game and have any remote amount of fun.
3 of 4 found the following review helpful:
A Kwanzaa Tradition at our house Dec 26, 2007
"I Shop therefore I AM"
This game is fun and educational. We play it during kwanzaa with the kids. You learn a lot and there are lots of laughs as you realize how much you really don't know about AA history. Even my husband who was an AA history major learned something. It is a must have for African-American children and families.
good for class but a little complicated Feb 15, 2013
By A. M. Parks
I bought this for my students to play. They enjoyed reading the cards and talking about the questions more so than winning the game. We did simplify the rules and the number of game peices to make this work in a single class period. The only thing I dont like is how obscure some of hte questions are. I went through them and pulled out hte ones no one would get. . .no way no how so as not to discourage them. Other wise, works as advertised
Excellent May 15, 2012
This product arrived before the timeframe specified and that was really good and I also ordered a few for gifts and I would order again.