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Award-winning SET Junior
Your first SET game! With this two-sided game board kids can start to play as early as age 3! Side 1: Match your tile to a square on the board. Get a point chip for every SET made. Start to recognize SETs while matching color, number and symbols. Side 2: Now that you know what a SET is, it’s time to flip the board and have fun racing to find as many SETs as you can!
The inventor of SET has done it again! With new concepts built on the principles of the original game, Marsha, has geared SET Junior toward younger minds. SET Junior is two games in one box! It’s a two-sided board game designed to grow with the child.
Side one teaches matching using colors, shapes and numbers. The magic squares on the board have SETs in all directions and start to familiarize kids with what the different types of SETs look like. Players take turns matching their tiles to the corresponding squares on the board and collecting point chips for completing SETs. Once they have learned to identify SETs, kids can flip the board and race to find as many SETs as possible!
On side two of the board there are 10 squares where tiles are placed face up. When a player finds a SET they shout “SET” and remove the SET from the board, scoring one point. The dealer replaces the three tiles and the fun continues. There are no turns and no luck in this game. The player with the most points at the end of the game wins.
What is a SET?
Each tile contains three features, symbol (oval, squiggle or diamond), color (red, purple or green) and number (one, two or three). A SET is three cards where each feature, when looked at individually, is either all the same OR all different.
Fun and Educational!
Marsha’s ability to disguise learning with fun has endeared her games to many people over the years. She has really outdone herself this time by creating a super-fun kids game that is excellent for developing right-brain left-brain connectivity and increasing cognitive and logical functionality at a critical stage in a child’s development.