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Mother Knows Best

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Drumming introduces students to traditional rhythms from around the world with a special focus on the music of Africa and the African Diaspora.

How to play:

For players who can read and spell. The first person writes down a letter. The next person adds a letter, and must have a word in mind.

How to play:

Begin by drawing a grid of dots on the paper. Using lined paper or graph paper can make this a little easier. The first person draws a line connecting two dots beside each other.

How to play:

Hangman is a brainteasing word game that uses two players. The idea is to pick a word and have your opponent guess letters in an attempt to guess your chosen word.

How to play:

Here’s another popular game you can play without the official version. All you need is graph paper. Each player needs two grids.

How to play:

Choose a “dealer” to deal all cards, one at a time, to each player. Some players will have more cards than others, which is okay. Players can organize their hand of cards as they please, but do not show any other players.

How to play:

The object of the game is to get rid of your cards as you group them into “melds.” A meld is a set of three or four of a kind, or a “run” (three or more cards in order of the same suit, such as the three, four and five of hearts).

How to play:

For each player, take four of a kind (cards of the same number or suit) out of the deck and put aside the remaining cards. For example, if there are three players, take three groups of four matching cards, such as four queens, four sevens and four aces.