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MSRP: $9.99Age Range: 7 and upSpecialty: Yes (as of 2013)Gender: Boys And Girls
Make way for Skazoom, the amazing new toy that moves like magic. Slide them, spin them or even crash them into each other. Each Skazoom character comes with its own customized helmet and board - ready to race across any smooth surface. And with Skazoom accessories like the Bounce Park, Stunt Bowl and Ramp Ride, you can make your Skazoom jump, flip and bounce. Look for Skazoom and start collecting them all today.Where to buy:SOUTH
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 36415 (added 12/4/2013)
Have you heard - Word's out? It’s the fast, fun, easy to play word game for the whole family. Just roll the dice, then find a letter in the 'Lettergraph' on the game board. If that letter matchers one in your word card, place a chip on the Corresponding space. Players may get to remove an opponent’s chip, swap words, or lose one of their own chips. Be the first player to 'spell out' the word and that player wins the game. Words Out is about having fun with letters and words, and for the younger players what a great way to learn.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 35675 (added 12/5/2012)
For 2 to 6 players, or up to 3 individual players, Sequence Numbers is similar to the original Sequence game, except the cards are a mathematical equation, whose answer is a number found on the game board. First player or team to achieve the required amount of Sequences wins the game.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29926 (added 8/9/2010)
The challenging number memory game comes with tiles that players need to place end-to-end on the board, matching. The first player to rid himself or herself of all cards wins the game. The game is fun for the whole family.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19026 (added 5/22/2008)
The popular board game now comes with a 32" x 27" "Jumbo" playing mat. A card is played from a hand, then a chip is placed on the corresponding board space. When a player has five in a row, it's a "Sequence!". Players learn how to block their opponents and remove their chips. Jacks are wild. With a little strategy, and a touch of luck, a winner emerges victorious. Game includes jumbo playing mat, playing cards, reversible chips, and game instructions.
— Greg Larson, owner of Larson's Toys and Games in Columbus, OH, told TDmonthly that Sequence was among the most popular games in his store.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 14530 (added 8/7/2007)
TAKE ALL YOU CAN GET ...when you play this unique, new family card game! Collect as many cards as you can by making plays between your cards and your opponent's cards. But BEWARE...Your opponents might take them all away! The player with the most cards at the end of the game wins!! It's challenging AND fun!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12431 (added 4/20/2007)
Kings go in the corners. Play your cards solitaire fashion and extend your turn as long as you can. Can't make a single play? Pay the pot. First to empty your hand? You win the pot...plus your opponents' point chips for their unplayed cards! Reach 100 points? You win the game!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12430 (added 4/20/2007)
Play a card from your hand, place your chip on a corresponding character on the board...When you have 4 in a row, it's a SEQUENCE and you win! Use a UNICORN card to place your chip anywhere. Remove your opponent's chip with a DRAGON card. Have fun with your friends playing SEQUENCE® FOR KIDS™!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12429 (added 4/20/2007)
Roll the dice and place a chip on a corresponding number on the game board. Roll a 2 or 12 ....get another turn. Roll a 10...remove an opponents' chip. Roll an 11...place your chip on any number. Get 5 chips in a row and YOU WIN!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12428 (added 4/20/2007)
Play a card from your hand, place a peg in a corresponding hole on the game board...when you have five in a row, it's a Sequence. Learn to block your opponents - remove their pegs. Watch out for the Jacks - THEY'RE WILD! With a little strategy and a little luck - you're a winner!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12427 (added 4/20/2007)
Play a card from your hand, place a chip on a corresponding space on the game board...when you have five in a row, it's a Sequence. Learn to block your opponents - remove their chips. Watch out for the Jacks - THEY'RE WILD! With a little strategy and a little luck - you're a winner!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12426 (added 4/20/2007)
Travel the U.S.A. the Sequence Way. Each card has the name of a capital with it's location shown on the state. Players match the state's shape and color on the card to the same state shape and color on the board, then place a chip on that space. The first player to get five chips in a row wins the game. Players of all ages will have fun learning the states and their capitals while enjoying the fun, challenging play of the sequence game. The states on the board also feature their corresponding state names. This game is for two to four players.
Awards: A TDmonthly Classics Award for being an all-time favorite toy.
— As of 7/21/2011 this product had 4.8 out of 5 stars from 13 reviews on Amazon.com.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10605 (added 12/8/2006)
The popular game of Sequence in a beautiful custom carrying case.
Play a card from your hand, place a chip on a corresponding space on the game board...when you have five in a row, it's a SEQUENCE. Learn to block your opponents - remove their chips. Watch out for the Jacks - THEY'RE WILD! With a little strategy and a little luck - you're a winner!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10604 (added 12/8/2006)
The first player to get all 5 of his/her pawns up the Playing Surface levels to the top level and dropped through the Safe Zone Holes WINS!! Playing the game involves strategy and luck using the special advantage rules while avoiding penalties that move your pawns down.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8963 (added 8/10/2006)
The Solitaire game for up to 6 players!
It's Solitaire vs. Solitaire in this exciting, fast-pace card game for the whole family. You play your cards much like Solitaire except you play against your opponents. Play as many cards from your hand as possible before your opponent. Cards in your possession at the end of each round counts as points against you. The more cards you place on the game board, the more points you get. The player with most points wins. It's fast and frantic fun!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8129 (added 6/2/2006)
Kids can create a “doodle” with a few rolls of the Doodle Dice. There’s a different doodle pictured on each card of the deck. When players build a doodle that matches one of the cards, they take that card. Players can block an opponent's turn or take one of their cards away. Players who collect one card of each color win. It’s the fun, challenging way for everyone in the family to be a "doodle artist." Instructions come in English and Spanish. For two to six players, Doodle Dice launched in February 2006.
Awards: A TDmonthly Classics Award for being an all-time favorite toy.
— As of 7/21/2011 this product had 4.8 out of 5 stars from 45 reviews on Amazon.com.
— "We like Doodle Dice from Jax. It sold well for us this last year even though we hadn’t seen it before," said Bill Rayment, co-owner of Toy Crossing in Harbor Beach, Mich.
— "A great game from Jax is Doodle Dice. It's inexpensive and made for varied ages," commented Bob Breneman, co-owner of G. Willikers Toy Shop in Portsmouth, N.H. It’s his 7th-best-selling product.
— Cindy Levine, president of Jax, told TDmonthly, "Doodle Dice involves very different game play. Participants from age 6 to adult have an equal and full chance to win. It engages players and has a style unlike any other game out there."
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 6845 (added 2/7/2006)
The object is to be the first player/team to get five colored chips in a row, up and down, across or diagonally. Players place two decks of standard playing cards on the game board. Each turn, one player lays down a card from her hand, finds the two spaces on the board that represent the card played, and covers one of the spaces that is not already covered with one of her chips. She then draws a new card from the draw pile, thus building a Sequence and blocking her opponent. The two-eyed Jacks are wild, allowing a player to put a chip on any open space on the board. The one-eyed Jacks allow a player to remove one of an opponent’s chips from the board — as long as it is not part of an existing Sequence. Sequence is for two to 12 players of all ages. It teaches number recognition and strategy.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5522 (added 11/14/2005)
The first player lays down a category card from her hand and says a word from that category. She then starts the timer and the next player must lay down a card from his hand and name a word from his category card — but it has to start with the last letter of the word that the first player mentioned. Cards with yellow borders permit any player to respond once the timer has been set — including the person who played the card. If the timer buzzes before a word has been named, the player must draw another card from the deck. The first player to put down all of her cards wins. Most of the five families from the Homeschooling Roundtable said they played Respond! “pretty regularly” between November 2005 and July 2006. But at the Petoia household, the six kids have played the game “at least 50 times,” said Mom.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5519 (added 11/14/2005)
In this great addition game, the object is to get rid of the cards and be the first to win 3 hands. Players are dealt a hand of cards. The first player lays down any card from his hand. The next player must match that card from her hand. The same exact numbered card, or 2 or more cards that add up to that number may be played. If a player cannot match, he must draw 2 cards and then try to match. If he still cannot match, he can lay down any single card from his hand. This number becomes the one to match. For two to four players, Match´Em is a great addition game.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5417 (added 11/9/2005)
Each player draws a tile to determine who goes first (highest number). The highest tile is placed in the marked space on the game board. That player rolls the die. The color and shape that appear on the die will determine where tiles can be played in order to score points. The player draws 2 tiles and places them adjacent to the first tile. The score for that turn is determined by the combination of the number that was created (keep in mind that there might not be a score). The next player then rolls the die and draws 2 tiles. Again, the color and shape determine how the tiles can be used to score. The player with the highest point total at the end ofthe game wins, but everyone reinforces their strategy, addition and multiplication skills. For two to four players.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5416 (added 11/9/2005)
Category: Games Manufacturer: JAX LTD. Product: Cubes Gender: Girls and Boys Age: Price: Description: In this math skills game, chips are distributed and anted into the pot. All dice are rolled and totaled. (If the word “cubes” is showing, it will affect the total.) Players then take the equivilant points out from the chips in the pot. If there are not enough chips in the pot, the player puts the difference into the pot from her chips to equal the total rolled. When one player can no longer put the required chips in the pot because she is out of chips, the round is over. That player then puts all her remaining chips in the pot and has a score of 0 for that round. Other players add their points. After 3 rounds the player with the highest score is the winner. This game helps kids learn how to make change.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5415 (added 11/9/2005)
Players choose four chips of one color. They then separate the 5 Tip Top cards and shuffle, turn over the top card and set the pile down. The remaining Over and Out cards are shuffled and dealt to each player according to the number of chips they have. Remaining cards make up the draw deck. The first player lays a card down and draws another from the draw deck. Each player lays down a card and adds to the existing pile total. The player who causes the pile total to go over the number on the Tip Top card loses the hand and one chip. Play continues until one player is left with chips. The last player to have any chips wins. This game reinforces math skills.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5414 (added 11/9/2005)
Two to four players can play this game, which aids in number recognition, counting and addition/substraction concepts. One player draws a card and moves the number of spaces indicated. She moves forward if the card is a "plus" card and backward if she draws a "minus" card. The first player to reach the ice-cream cart is the winner, of course! Ice-cream not included.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5413 (added 11/9/2005)
Need a math game at a moment’s notice (and one that doesn’t seem like math, to boot)? This can teach addition, subtraction, probability and general counting to the younger ones.
— The Game of Chips comes in a handy-dandy tote bag and includes a set of dice and a set of numbered (1 through 10) chips (like poker chips).
— Cindy Jonq of Dublin, Calif. waxed about this game: “Chips is a fun, easy to learn, portable game that can really help your child with his/her addition facts and mental math skills. My 7-year-old son, who is smart, but anti- workbooks and drill sheets, LOVES this game.”
— According to Ross Manion of 1, 2, 3 – Play, a toy store in Vacaville, Calif., “It’s sort of a cross between math and a casino. It’s simple enough for the little kids, and has been selling well since I first got it.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4400 (added 8/31/2005)
Experience a whole new level of fun! Play a card from your hand, place a chip on the board. Stack up three of your chips and it´s a crown. Play two rows of three crowns and you win. Use your strategy to stop opponents and crown your chips first.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3308 (added 3/25/2005)