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Dinosaur Snap

Dinosaur Snap

With a little help from the Natural History Museum, here is a great way to play Snap and Pairs. For example, when playing Snap with this fantastic deck of cards, you would be trying to snap cards that show a dinosaur's name, its appearance, its skeleton and whether it was a meat-eater, plant-eater or both.

To play Pairs, simply turn all the cards upside down and turn two over to see if they match. If they do, then you keep the cards; if not, you turn them back face down.

The aim is to collect all the cards. Two fun games in one that help children learn cool dinosaur facts.

Helping children find out about these fascinating prehistoric creatures, Dinosaur Snap is the smarter way to play Snap and Pairs!

Contents: 52 playing cards, 3 rules cards

Age: 5

Number of players: 1

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