Pica-Pair ABC

Pica-Pair ABC

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Pica-Pair ABC has been designed by a team of qualified educators and occupational therapists to be a fun and educational way for kids to familiarise themselves and learn the alphabet.

There are 30 pictures which you can colour-in to complete the cards. (The game can be played even if these 30 pictures are not coloured-in.)
- The 4 texters are supplied as an optional extra.

The pack includes 54 playing card + 2 instruction cards.

Instructions:

There is always ONE and only ONE picture that is common between each card. The size might be different but the picture is exactly the same.

Capital letters must be matched with Capital letters and small letters with small letters.

If there is a letter which can be read upside down or from the side (e.g. Capital N and Z, small b and p) there will be a small black line under the bottom of the letter.

If this is the first time that you are playing the game, turnover 2 cards and find the matching picture. Try do this with a few cards before starting the game.

2 Player Game


Remember that any 2 cards will have one, and only one matching picture.

Shuffle the cards

Start by splitting the cards between 2 players.

The cards must be dealt facing down .

Both players turn over one card.

Whoever names the matching picture first takes both cards.

When all 54 card have been turned over, the person with the most cards wins the game.


2 or more Players


Remember that any 2 cards will have one, and only one matching picture.

Shuffle the cards.

Place one card facing down in front of each player.

Place the pile of the rest of the cards facing down in the centre of the table with the top card facing up.

On Go! each player turns over their card.

The first player to match their card with the centre card puts the centre on top of the first card that they were dealt.

The player who matched won the last round turns over the next card in the centre of the table.

When all centre cards have been turned over, the person with the most cards wins the game.