With Jane and Joanne
Two players sit side-by-side and divide the cards evenly between themselves.
At the same time, each player turns over one card. One player is assigned to turn over the number in the tens place; the other player turns over the number in the ones place. The player who calls out the correct number first gets to keep both cards.
For example:Play continues until one player has collected all of the cards. In the event of a tie (both players call out the number at the same time), players leave their cards in a "tie pile." This pile builds until one player gives a correct answer before the other. That player will take the two cards just turned over plus all of the cards in the tie pile.
--- The player who is assigned to turn over the tens place card turns over a 5.
--- The player who is assigned to turn over the ones place card turns over a 7.
--- The first player to call out the number (57) gets to keep both cards.
Play with three cards and build numbers into the hundreds.
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