What You Do:
- Encourage players to come up with a list of their favorite locations around their homes. Let them pick whatever places they want.
- Have the players draw the locations in a large oval shape on their piece of paper, then connect the locations with lines to create the game board (see picture). Make sure to feature a house as one of the drawings; this will be the starting point.
- Ask the players to number each location on the map from 2 to 12, writing the number next to the drawing. The numbers don't have to be in numerical order.
- Have everyone begin by placing their game pieces on the house.
- Start moving around the house by having the first player roll the dice.
- Have him add the two numbers he rolled to find the sum.
- If the sum a player rolls is the same as the number of the next location, he can move his game piece to the next area. If he rolls a different sum, he must remain where he is.
- Whoever goes all the way around the house (game board) first wins!
Helpful Tip: For older players, use multiplication. The highest number you use should be 36.