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Pages: 88

Language: English

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (25 Oct. 2015)

By: Mark L Jenkins (Author)

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There are many books of children's card games, and many of these indicate an age appropriate play level for children. This book outlines a structured learning sequence of developmental progression within which children can develop the skills of playing a range of card games. Organised into three distinct strands and nine levels of ability, it takes the learner on a childhood journey through basic games, such as Old Maid and Happy Families, to skilled adult games such as Cribbage, Piquet and Texas Holdem. An essential guide for all those who love to play and learn with their children as they progress through childhood.


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