Set The Family Game Of Visual Perception A Great Card Game

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We not only love educational board games in this house, but we also love card games. Set The Family Game Of Visual Perception is our newest edition.

This card game can be played with between 1 and 8 players, but so far our son has just played it alone.

It is super easy to get to grips with and is great fun.

The object of the game is to identify three sets of cards. Each image is unique and has four features. Shape, Colour, Number, and Shading.

The shapes are either, ovals, squiggles, or diamonds. The color is either red, purple, or green. The number is either one, two, or three. The shading is either solid, striped, or outlined.

A SET is three cards that are either all the same OR all different (in each of the 4 features.)

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My son spent hours just playing with the cards. As he is effectively an only child this game is perfect, as he could play it on his own.

He would place them all out on the floor and make up his own games with them too!

Set Visual Perception Game

To play SET Visual Perception Game is easy, all you need to do is set twelve cards face up in front of you.

If you were playing with other people, it would get to be very competitive. The first player to spot a SET wins those three cards. However, be careful though, if you get it wrong you have to wait until another player collects a set for themselves.

When a set has been made another three cards are placed down. The winner is whoever collects the most sets.

Set The Family Game Of Visual Perception, is a great family game but can be played on your own.

Grab your copy of Set today.

Have you tried Set The Family Game Of Visual Perception in your home? Let me know what you think in the comments below.

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Last Updated on 21 October 2022 by homeschoolof1

One Comment

  1. SET has always intrigued me. I wasn’t sure how it worked before, but this is a great explanation of it.

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