Feelings Blob Cards (Blobs)
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Some other scoring methods are given in the variations section below. Whatever method is used, the score keeper keeps a cumulative total of each player's score. The final cumulative scores determine the result. If the game is played for money, players pay or receive amounts corresponding to the difference of their scores from the average. In the Indian (Gujurati) game Kachuful, the sequence of trump suits is spades, diamonds, clubs, hearts and the name of the game, which literally means 'raw flower', is also a mnemonic for this sequence: Ka = Kari = Spades, After, the cards are shuffled, and dealt to each player one at a time until each has the appropriate amount according to the number of players.
Lay out 3-4 cards. Using a small figurine, tell a short story about the toy. For example – “Peppa’s balloon popped.” Ask your child to put the figurine on the card that shows how Peppa would feel if this happened. Each hand is played with one less card than the previous one until there is a one card hand. Cards are then added one at a time until the card amount of the initial hand is met. Funnode has an online version of Oh Hell! under its Indian name Kachuful. Oh Hell! Score Sheets and Applications
Example: With 7 players, the hands are: 7 cards, then 6,5,4,3,2,1, then 2,3,4,5,6,7, for a total of 13 hands to the game. A game should take approximately 45 minutes.
Now with brand new illustrations, the second edition of these bestselling cards continues to provide a tool to consider and discuss a multitude of positive and negative emotions. The cards cover the entire range of emotions identified within Plutchik’s Wheel of Emotions, and a Blob Plutchik wheel is provided to show how the emotions relate to each other. Blobs are a way to discuss issues in a deep, meaningful way and yet they can be understood by adults and children alike. The groups of Blobs on these cards are acting in many familiar 'human' ways: celebrating, worrying, feeling left out and supporting each other. Looking at Blobs together enables you to explore a wide range of feelings and emotions to do with personal and social interaction. The accompanying activity cards suggest several different ways of using the cards with individuals or groups to initiate discussion and reflection around emotions.For example, in a hand of 8 cards, the series is as follows: 8 cards, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. This gives a total of 15 hands per game. THE DEAL Jean-Pierre Coulon reports a variation in which after the appropriate number of cards have been dealt to the players, the next card is turned face up. If the rank of the turned up card is from 2 to 6, there are no trumps for the deal; if it is 7 or higher, the suit of the turned up card is trumps.