The Math Behind Spot it!

The Math Behind Spot it!
Jun 26, 2018
How did the creators of the game Spot It design the cards so that any two cards will always share one image in common? Join Science Mom to learn how to make your own game of Spot It.

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/math-card-game-spot-it-180970873

-> https://afineparent.com/gift-guides/learning-games-for-kids.html

-> https://teachingtalking.com/spot-it-card-game

https://radiganengineering.com/2013/01/spot-it-howd-they-do-that

Order 3 (13 cards) https://radiganengineering.com/download/810 .xlsx
Order 4 (21 cards)
Order 5 (31 cards)
Order 6 (43 cards)
Order 7 (57 cards) Spot it!
#The algorythm only works for numbers where order is a prime number (E.g. [0, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7 , 11]

https://sightwords.com/sight-words

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Spot it! is made up of 57 symbols, 55 cards, with 8 symbols per card
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https://blueorangegames.com/blog/tag/spot-it/
http://blueorangegames.com/blog/new-ways-to-play-spot-it-stories/
http://blueorangegames.com/blog/new-spot-it-game-rules/
http://blueorangegames.com/blog/spot-it-tournament/
http://blueorangegames.com/blog/educational-games-classroom-tell-tale/

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Board Games Aren’t Dead Yet

Move Over Video Games, Board Games Aren’t Dead Yet
June 25, 2014
http://www.npr.org/2014/06/25/325462045/move-over-video-games-board-games-arent-dead-yet

Board games are coming out of the closet, with store fronts popping up in a lot of communities. In Brooklyn, N.Y., Gamelab is place where people can get together and play different types of games.

I played cards and board games as a kid – you know, Go Fish, Monopoly, Clue.
But these games – Citadels, Avalon, Settlers of Catan – they’re foreign to me.

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7 best board games to help children think big
04 March, 2019
https://bigthink.com/personal-growth/best-board-games-for-children

Ludo board game

Ludo board game
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludo_(board_game)

Ludo is a board game for two to four players, in which the players race their four tokens from start to finish according to die rolls. Like other cross and circle games, Ludo is derived from the Indian game Pachisi, but simpler.
The game and its variants are popular in many countries and under various names.

“Curious Jarod”
1996
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