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Mother Knows Best

Mother Knows Best

Welcome to MyKingstonKids.com. My name is Jenny aka Mother Knows Best. I'm your site moderator and I enjoy speaking and listening to our site visitors. If you ever have any comments, questions or concerns please feel free to email us on our contact page. Subscribe to our email list and visit often as we update our categories daily. Thanks again for stopping by.

How to play: All cards are dealt to the two players and kept face down. Neither player must look at their cards. Both players turn over the top card of their piles and put them face up in the centre of the table, beside the other player’s card.

How to play: All cards are dealt to the two players and kept face down. Neither player must look at their cards. Both players turn over the top card of their piles and put them face up in the centre of the table, beside the other player’s card.

How to play: All cards are dealt face down to players. Some players may have more cards than others, but this is okay. Each player sorts their cards into matching pairs of the same number or suit, keeping them hidden from other players.

How to play:

In a two-player game, each player is dealt seven cards. In a game with three or four players, each player is dealt five cards. The rest of the deck goes facedown in a pile, with the top card turned up beside it.

How to play: Choose a “dealer” to hand out cards. If there are two or three players, each player is dealt seven cards. If there are more people taking part, each player is dealt five cards. The remaining cards are placed face down in a pile. This is the “fish pond.”

The land of Kingston Point Park has a long and intriguing history, beginning in 1897, Kingston Point has been a "must see" for visitors for over 100 years, with its beautiful views

In 1946 the Boys & Girls Clubs of Kingston OPENED THE DOOR and we have proudly served the youth of Ulster County in the communities of Kingston and Saugerties since that time.

The YMCA Kingston and Ulster County is a private not-for-profit, community-based organization providing social, health, physical education and recreation services to the residents of Ulster County.