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Old Maid

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  • Item #: 043172
    Retail: $3.99
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  • Item #: 035503
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $5.99

      Match up all your pairs, but don’t get stuck with the old maid! Directions are included on the back of the box, and cards feature fun, colorful designs. Perfect for a stocking stuffer! ~ Laura

  • Item #: 043171
    ISBN: 9781570576928
    Retail: $6.99
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    This deck of cards lets kids play fun games that also teach the relationship between fractions, decimals, and percents. The deck consists of 61 standard-sized cards: 20 common fractions (from 9/10 to 1/20), the corresponding decimal and percent equivalents, and one Old Buffalo Card. A conversion chart and a few ideas for games using the cards are also included. Using the deck, you can play many standard card games like War, Old Maid and Crazy 8's, but players will have to figure out the value of the various fraction, decimal, and percent cards they have in order to play. Whether used as a math supplement or just to provide a twist to your normal card-playing, this game will provide lots of fun for your entire family. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 035677
    Retail: $16.95
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    Includes two sets of 72 laminated phonogram game cards, one colored pink on the reverse side and one blue. Instructions for four games at different skill levels are included, some based on common games like "Go Fish" or "Old Maid."

  • Item #: 034207
    Retail: $6.99
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    Classic games build valuable skills like pattern and number recognition, reflexes, taking turns and more. This fun pack contains 6 classic card games for kids; Memory, Crazy Eights, Slap Jack, Old Maid, Go Fish, and Matching. The cards are high quality and designed for smaller hands. For each game, you’ll find a list of specific cognitive skills, rules and separate packaging for easy storage. ~ Stephanie

  • Item #: 019648
    Retail: $11.00
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  • Item #: 015348
    ISBN: 9780887432729
    Retail: $2.99
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    Helps players gain familiarity with the look and spelling of numbers 1-12. Old Maid is a game based on luck as players hope to blindly draw a match from their opponents for the cards in their own hands. The colorful cards depict animals in silly, rhyming situations (e.g. "Seven pigs wearing wigs"). Deck includes: 49 game cards, 6 numbers flash cards, and 1 instructional card. Card measure 5 ¼" x 3". For two or more players. Rachel

  • Item #: 009013
    ISBN: 9781577911418
    Retail: $9.99
    Rainbow Price: $3.11

    This kits includes all kinds of ways for kids to learn about Jesus' birth in a fun and interactive way. It includes two card games, an activity book, and a CD-ROM. The card games are two decks of oversized cards (3" x 4.75") that show colorful graphics about the featured story, with which you can play basic matching and "Old-Maid" style card games. The 32-page activity book contains coloring pages, solving puzzles, simple dot-to-dots, mazes, and word puzzles. The CD-ROM contains several interactive games, the story narrated with text on the screen, questions the player must answer about the story, and lots of reproducible pages you can print out for additional crafts. Several of the games on the CD-ROMs include piecing together on-screen puzzles, gathering items before time runs out, , music and sing-along songs, and more. CD-ROM works on both Windows (98 and newer) and Macs (OS 9 and newer), 128MB RAM. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 040869
    ISBN: 9780440238003
    Retail: $6.99
    Rainbow Price: $5.25

    Dina is so jealous! Her older sister, Katharina, has been invited by her uncle in America to come and live with his family. America seems so exciting and exotic compared to the drudgery of the sewing in her family's tiny shop in Breisach, Germany. And with the war against France going on, Dina is trapped indoors, which of course means more sewing! One day after sneaking across the river to trade patterns with her friend, she is mistaken as a spy and hunted by the German army. With no place to hide her, Mother and Katharina decide to send Dina to America instead. Dina sets off for America, sure that she is done sewing forever. When she arrives, her uncle is shocked by the substitution, and because Dina is not old enough to go into service as a maid, he decides that she must take in sewing to support herself. Tired of sewing, she rebels, but when things get rocky, she sews just to earn enough money to earn her passage back home. Through trials and a little bit of luck, she eventually begins to find her place – and possibly even a career in Brooklyn. And maybe, just maybe, it involves sewing. 148 pgs, pb; by Patricia Reilly Giff.