I’ve Got an Appointment

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A fun way to learn the Calendar concepts and time of day in this exciting card game. Many examples are used to draw attention to the key concepts. Children delight in getting a Season/Month card and then matching a day and a time card same color/season creating an appointment. When they do they declare “I’ve Got an Appointment” and win the game. The Junior and Deluxe versions build on these concepts. We now have over 55 different ways to play with these same cards and still open to discover more. Four decks of cards are within one game expanding to the many ways to play. We have what is called Binder games. These games are like board games but they fit in a binder. Some of the games come with game pieces and can be purchased separately or you can use your own game pieces and download the binder game boards, your choice. All downloadable versions, including the game boards, are FREE when you purchase the game.  We have many versions where you don’t hold cards in your hand for the very young or the seniors that have difficultly doing so. Game has been played from children as young as 2 1/2 to 80+.  Even children who already know the concepts enjoy playing the advanced games learning and experiencing how to stategically more around the game boards to create the appointments they need to win.  Come join the fun and share the excitement I have by playing with so many children.

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Anne Mohr

I'm a mother who had a child that found it difficult to learn her calendar and time concepts. So I created a fun way to help her learn. She was so delighted to play the game and learn these concepts her dad said I should market it so other children can benefit from the game. So I did just that. I am the author of "I've Got an Appointment" 3 games in 1. Now the game with my encouragement has expanded to over 55 ways to play and open for more, where players have come up with other ways to play. My background was in computer programming and in my career I aspired to not only making my tasks automated but the task of all whom I worked with. I received many awards but the feeling of helping others was far more valuable to me. Now I help children learn while having fun and delight in seeing their faces light up when they get an inspiration to create different ways to play. So my dream is to bring this game to the many families who love to play games and help them teach their younger children the many concepts within this game. Seniors are also enjoying some of the other versions like Quad Solitaire and others. I love playing the game and have played over the years with as many people who wanted to learn how to play this game and other versions of the game.

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