Quartets card game - animals
Quartets is a traditional Dutch card game. The aim is to collect sets of 4 matching cards. Each card has a fun print of an animal. In a playful way, children do not only get to know the animals and where they live, but also train their memory and learn important skills, such as concentration and game development.
Goal: collect as many quartets of 4 matching cards as you can.
The game contains 9 sets of Quartets: - Farm animals - Birds - Marine animals - Forest animals - Zoo animals - Jungle animals - Polar animals - Insects - Pets
Start of the game: Each player gets 5 cards. Keep the cards in your hand and do not show them to the other players. Place the deck of remaining cards closed on the table. It rarely happens, but if you receive 4 cards of the same set, you have a complete quartet, which you can put open on the table. Course of the game: Decide who starts the game. When it is your turn, ask one of the other players a card you do not possess. This must be a card of a quartet (set) of which you own at least 1 card. Say the name of the quartet and ask for the card from the quartet you want to have. If that player has this card, then he must hand it over to you. You may continue asking cards, also from another player. If the player does not have the requested card, your turn is over and you can take a card from the deck. The last player from whom you asked a card, takes the next turn. If you have a complete set of 4 cards, you say out loud: ‘Quartet!’ and put the quartet open on the table.
End of the game: When all players have played all their cards, the game is over. The player with the most quartets is the winner.
Age: from 3 years
Washing instructions: Only surface washable with moist cloth.