- Students play in groups of 4.
- The students deal out all of the cards.
- The students take turns to say and put down a word card. Player A, for example, puts down a card (face down) and says ‘two’. The player on his left (Player B) places a card on top of the first one and says ‘to’ whether he has that card or not. The next player (Player C) can say ‘liar!’ if he thinks B is lying. If B did in fact put down a different card from the one saying ‘to’, he picks up the whole pile in the middle of the table. If Player B wasn’t lying, challenger C picks up the whole pile. It is now Player C’s turn to lay down a card and say the word.
- The winner is the first player with no cards in his/her hands or the teacher can set a time limit eg 10 minutes and the winner is the one with the fewest cards in each group.
- Please note that only the person sitting to the right of whoever has just played can challenge a player.
The idea for this game was originally submitted by Agnes Houard, Palma de Mallorca.