A Spy for General Washington Board Game tests your knowledge of the American Revolution with 255 questions about this key point in history. In this game, you are a spy for the American patriots during the Revolutionary War. Your mission is to collect thirteen key pieces of information and deliver them safely to General Washington’s headquarters. The game includes instructions, a printable game board, 255 question cards in two levels of difficulty, players’ game cards (in color and black and white), and star tokens. Designed for children ages 10-14. 52 pages total. Grab yours free today!
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