Angry Birds Truth Bomb is a card game to help children learn basic cognitive behavioral skills to stop intrusive thoughts with thought-stopping and replacement skills. Kids will also learn to challenge thoughts to replace negative thoughts with positive alternatives. The pigs represent negative self-talk and the angry birds represent positive thoughts to defeat the negative self-talk statements.
How to Play Game:
1. Pass 5 cards to each player to begin.
2. Players will draw 2 cards each turn at the beginning of their turn.
3. Players can play up to 4 cards per turn, but only 1 question card per turn.
4. When a player runs out of cards, it will be time to count the points that have been played during the game. The player with the most points wins the round.
About the Cards:
- “Under Construction” cards - These are each worth 1 point and are used to build towers. There is no right or wrong way to build towers. Each person gets one tower no matter how it is constructed.
- Eggs and Stars - These are each worth 3 points and count as a question card. The player will place it on their tower will answer the question.
- Pigs - Players will play pigs on an opponents’ tower. No points on the tower will count unless an angry bird is played on top of it.
- Truth Bombs (Angry Birds) - These are played on top of a pig. You can play up to 3 angry birds per pig.
- Question Cards - Only 1 question can be played per turn. The player will answer the question before the turn is over.
You will receive a PDF download with the instructions and the game cards. The game includes 72 game cards. Set your printer to print both sides. Print on cardstock. To cut out cards, trim 1/4" around the perimeter of each sheet then cut between the cards.