Engaging Geography Game: Passport to Culture
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I bought Passport To Culture® Game hoping it would be a fun geography game that would reinforce map skills and introduce culture to my kids. I’m so glad I did! It’s already becoming one of our favorite games to play — especially for my 13-year old who loves history and geography more than other subjects.
Travel around the world and answer passport questions to get a stamp for your passport. The first person to cover his or her entire passport wins the game.
So far we’ve been fascinated by all the new information we’ve learned about people and places, food and drink, world treasures, greetings and gestures, and customs and traditions.
If you land on a culture card, you will read information about a culture or cultural difference.
The game is for 2 – 6 players and has 636 questions and 48 cultural scenarios, ages 10 and up.
Doesn’t it look great?
We highly recommend it.