Deal both players two cards. The first player spins the spinner and decides if one of their cards matches the part of speech indicated on the spinner.
If it matches, the player claims the matching color house, discards the card, and draws a new card from the pile. It is now the other player’s turn. If none of the cards match the part of speech on the spinner, the player chooses one of his or her cards to discard and picks up a new card from the pile. It is now the other player’s turn.
Repeat until one player has all 4 hourses (1 of each color.) Players can not claim two houses of the same color. If you run out of cards, flip over the discard pile and continue.
The first player to claim all 4 colors of houses wins!
The Treehouse Town Parts of Speech game is made for ages 6+. It includes concepts such as common nouns, proper nouns, adjectives, and verbs.
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