# Centennial

Centennial is one of the fun race games, fun brain games, and cool activities for children.

#### Pre-Fun

2 - 8 players
Ages: 8 and up
Need dice, pencil, paper, coins or buttons

Begin by connecting 3 or 4 sheets of paper together by taping the back side.

Use whatever paper you have on hand - from your school notebook or take some from the printer!

Divide the paper into 12 boxes the same size, and number them, in order, 1 through 12.

Players need to move their objects (coins or buttons) from 1 to 12 and then 12 to 1.

Players throw one die each and the highest number goes first.

If there's a tie, roll until one player has the highest number.

This shouldn't take more than a few rolls.

The first player goes and rolls 3 dice. If a 1 comes up, he places his object on the first square. If no 1, the next player goes.

Play continues with each player trying to roll the numbers 1 to 12 in that order.

Each time he rolls the next number he needs, his object advances one square.

Dice can be added up to get the number that is needed.

Example, a player needs an 8. She rolls a 2, 4 and 6. She can use the 2 and 6 to make the 8.

If she needs a 4 and rolls a 1, 1 and 2, these numbers add up to 4 and she can advance to that square.

A player continues to roll until he can no longer move to the next number.

## Drum Rolls

The winner is the first player to move from 1 to 12 and then from 12 to 1.

Play as many rounds as you want, or set a time limit. Let the players decide what they want to do.