Smack it Card Game for Kids

Price: $10.99 - $5.99
(as of Jan 25,2022 22:10:39 UTC – Details)

Product Description

Are you ready for some fast-paced, rowdy FUN?

Get ready for a fun and exciting twist on the classic card games Slap Jack and War. Smack it! card game for kids is fast-paced, rowdy fun! Players quickly flip their cards into a central pile and battle for the pile during challenge rounds. But stay sharp, you never know when a Smack it! card will appear sending players scrambling for a win. Smack it! is EASY to learn, FUN to play, and sure to be a hit with the whole family.

Product Features

Players & Age Range

For 2 to 7 players
AGES 6 to 12 years (but adults can have fun, too!)

Game Time

Game times average between 7 and 14 minutes
You can teach the game to your kids in less than 1 minute!

What’s in the Box?

57 game cards printed on a quality playing cardstock
Game rules

Game Size

Game cards measure 3.45 inches tall by 2.45 inches wide (about the same as poker-sized playing cards).

Get ready for some fast-paced, rowdy fun. Smack it! is a fun and exciting twist on the classic kid’s card games Slap Jack and War. (Two fun card games for kids everyone loves to play.)
Smack it! is easy to learn and outrageously fun to play. This is a family game which can be played by 2 to 7 players, for kids age 6 +. Smack it! is a fast card game with an average play time between 7 and 14 minutes.
Great Fun: Your kids will love playing Smack it! and it will quickly become one of their favorite card games. The game is fast-moving and, if you blink your eyes, you might just miss some of the action! It makes a great addition to family game night because it’s easy for younger children to play and have fun with adults.
Easy to Learn: Smack it! is easier to learn than these classic children’s games: go fish, old maid, crazy eights or checkers. You can teach the game to your kids in less than one minute.
Educational: Smack it! can be used to reinforce beginner math skills (numbers 1 thru 50). It’s a fun number recognition and comparison learning game, for example: 49 is greater than 36. (Shhh… Don’t tell the kids.)

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