If family game night has grown a little humdrum, then it’s time to inject some boisterous fun with Dancing Eggs. The object of the game is to collect as many eggs as possible. But don’t count your chickens before they’ve hatched, because the real challenge of the game isn’t just catching eggs—it’s keeping them. That’s because you have to hold your eggs where the dice say without dropping them: between the knees, in your armpit, under your chin. Which gets even harder when you’re doing an egg dance race around the table. Win or lose, you’ll have a blast while exercising fine and gross motor skills.
The IdeaBe the first to do what the action die says to win an egg. But can you hold on to it?
The BrainsWin or lose, your fine motor coordination & gross motor skills will be challenged.
The A-HaHave fun running around the table holding one between your knees & one under your chin.
Brain Health Expert Says
The Brain Coach Says
Cluck and chicken dance your way to victory, you quack!
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How To Play
How to Play: Dancing Eggs can be played on tabletops or any flat surface. Place the box with 10 eggs on the table. On your turn, roll the Red Action Die to determine what action you take. If you collect one of the eggs during a turn, roll the White Placement die to determine where to place the egg. Eggs must be balanced where they are placed. Game ends when any player lets one or more of their positioned eggs drop. Score one point for each egg collected, and two for the wooden egg. How to Win: The player with the most points at the end of the game is the winner