Other Squares

Reblogged from: Moonlight Reader

 

The railroads:

The questions

The novelty squares:

We are doing something completely different with the novelty squares this year. If you land on any of the following four squares, you put the card in your pocket to play later and roll again immediately to move to a reading square. 
 
If you land on a square that you just can’t come up with something to read, and you have one of these in your pocket, you can play it at any time regardless of what the square prompt says.
 

The Scottie Dog:


 

The race car

 

The robot:

 

The cat

Spin the Wheel Decide

 

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