Multiplication Go Fish
Object: To collect pairs of cards with the same number on them. Players search for cards with number that match the number they already have in their hand. However in this version, players ask if another player has a certain number, not by calling out the number, but by forming a multiplication question.
Materials: Deck of Cards
Number of Players: 3 or more (can be played with 2, but best with 3 or more)
How to Play:
1. Deal five cards to each player. The rest of the cards go in a pile in the middle. This will be the draw deck.
2. Players alternate turns as they ask another player if he or she has that certain value in their hand.
For example: Do you have any 3 x 3's (9's)?
3. If that player has that number, he or she must give it to the person who asked for it. That person puts the matched pair down in front of themselves.
4. If the player does not have that number, he or she says "Go Fish", the player who asked for the card must draw a card from the draw pile.
5. If the card drawn matches what they asked for, they may put the match down in front of themselves, if no match, he keeps the card and the next player goes.
6. Play continues until one player is out of cards.
How to Win: Players count up their pairs. The player with the most pairs is the winner.
Have Fun and Enjoy!