The Sci or Fi ® Files
The Sci or Fi ® Files
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Test your knowledge of science truths with this set of 480 strange science statements! Includes 200 double-sided cards with fun facts and scientific explanations 32 score chips and 18 answer cards in file-cabinet box. For 2–6 players. Grades 5+

How to Play:

1. Take turns reading 3 science statements.

2. Everyone guesses which one is true or which one is false.

3. Turn the card over to find out—along with an explanation about each true or false fact to read aloud.

4. Collect one score chip from each category to win.
  • Oppenheim Toy Portfolio -Best Toy Gold Seal Award 2012
  • 2012 Good Housekeeping Best Toys Award
  • 200 double-sided cards with fun facts and scientific explanations, 32 score chips, and 18 answer cards in file-cabinet box.

     

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    The Sci or Fi Files™

  • File-cabinet box measures 6"L x 3"W x 4.25"H

  • Cards measure 3.5"L x 2.5"H

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    The Sci or Fi ® Files
     
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    4.0

    Very fun!

    By Ashley H

    from Hawthorne, CA

    About Me Educator, Parent

    Pros

    • Easy To Assemble
    • Easy To Use
    • High Quality
    • Lasting Fun

    Cons

    • Difficult Reading

    Best Uses

    • School

    Comments about The Sci or Fi ® Files:

    I like this game a lot. I have played it with my students during free time and they love trying to figure out which statements are true because most of the time they all sound bizarre! The only issue I've had with this game is that not all of my students are at the reading level necessary to independently access the text on the cards. Because of this, it would be very difficult for them to play independently. On the flip side, it allows them to practice their reading skills.

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