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Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader Board Game

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Item Number: HSE9432
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The television show, Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader, is an exciting board game! Players answer grade-school questions correctly to earn money. Get asked first grade level questions such as "What is a tsunami?" and work up to fifth grade questions such as "What is the total number of factors of 12?" Stumped? Then choose to cheat! Players get a certain amount of cheats per game; they can peek at or copy another player's answer. Keep the suspense going, moving pawns around the board, earning money along the way. Get through each grade level until completing the 5th grade questions. Love a challenge? This board game lets players prove how smart they really are… or they might have to admit they're not smarter than a 5th grader! Includes 250 cards (650 questions), card reader sleeve, 2 gameboards (grade, money) 4 player pawns, 12 player tokens (4 copy, 4 peek, 4 extra credit) 12 $1,000 tokens, grade tracker, card tray, and instructions.
Company: Hasbro
Theme: Games
Product Type: Games
Age: 8 +
Country of Origin: United States
Players/Teams: to 4
Height: 10.50
Width: 2.00
Length: 10.50
Weight: 1.400

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