Today, I offer you a little game to print and colour to keep you busy in these times of confinement. It is the Hisss game from the Gamewright brand.
Print this document 6 times and then ask your child to colour it following these instructions:
- 1st sheet: red head and tail, red and orange body - 2nd sheet: yellow head and tail, yellow and green body - 3rd sheet: purple head and tail, red and purple body - 4th sheet: orange head and tail, yellow and orange body - 5th sheet: blue head and tail, purple and blue body - 6th sheet: green head and tail, green and blue body
Laminate the sheets if possible so that the game lasts over time and have your child cut the cards.
The goal of the game is to have as many cards as possible at the end of the game.
Rules of the game: Put the cards face down on the table. The youngest player starts. He turns over a card and places it face up on the table. Then the player to his left draws a card and places it on the table. If two colors match, he may place the cards next to each other, otherwise he leaves his card free on the table. The game continues this way.
The player who finishes a snake by placing a tail or head card wins it. The snake must be complete: head, tail and at least one body card.
It is possible to combine two snakes that are being built into one large snake.
When all the cards in the draw pile have been used and there is no more possibility to make a snake, the players count the cards they have won. The player with the most cards wins the game. In case of a tie, the player with the longest snake wins the game.
Enjoy the game!
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