There's a whole globe full of fun games out there, and it's your mission to explore it!
The board prints on two separate pages. Trim the white edge off one side and match it up on top of the other side, and then tape it down.
In this board game for 2 or more players, you will travel around the world meeting friends and building an awesome team! Along the way, you will play traditional games that kids around the world have been playing for hundreds of years.
You won’t need much besides your sense of adventure. But before you begin, gather these items:
- 4 tokens per player*
- a 6-sided die
* Token ideas: beads, buttons, checkers, tiddlywinks discs or coins like pennies and nickels. Just make sure each player can tell which tokens are theirs.
HOW TO PLAY
- Each player places 1 token on the starting space on the game board (on next page).
- On your turn, roll a die to see how many spaces to move your token.
- Follow the instructions on the space your token lands on. (If the instructions send you to another space, follow the instructions on that space too.)
- Stop your token on all red minigame spaces your token touches (even if you rolled higher). Choose 1 other
player to play the 2-player minigame with you.
Now, travel around the world to join these kids playing at their Compassion centers!
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