Hotch Potch is a card game to test your memory and learn the alphabet, from The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Hotch Potch uses playing cards that ...
Hotch Potch is a card game to test your memory and learn the alphabet, from The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Hotch Potch uses playing cards that first appeared on a 1782 print, created by Carrington Bowles in London, as "The Comical Hotch Potch or the Alphabet turn'd Posture-Master,” helping 18th-century boys and girls learn the letters of the alphabet. It’s a game for kids of any age! Hotch Potch includes: • Alphabet cards to work your memory • Two modes of play--FUN for a relaxing game; SCORED for gathering points • A randomizer card that unexpectedly re-shuffles cards • Timed play to test your speed • BONUS feature in the Scored mode to increase your points • A pause button so you can return later to finish the game About: Please visit www.history.org/kidszone for Colonial Williamsburg's children’s games. Experience the revolutionary capitol of 18th-century Virginia at www.history.org.
Size: 18.23 MB
Price: $ 0.96
Developed by The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Day of release: 2011-07-19
Recommended age: 4+