# How do u play Monopoly Junior?

Setup

1. Open the gameboard and put it in the center of the players.
2. Pick up the Chance cards and remove the 4 token character cards. …
3. Place your token on GO!
4. Find the 12 sold signs that match your token and keep them in front of you.
5. Shuffle the 20 Chance cards and place them facedown on the Chance space on the board.

## Correspondingly, how do you play junior monopoly roller coaster?

One may also ask, how do you play Monopoly Junior electronic banking?

## How is monopoly junior different?

Monopoly Junior is an easier, simplified version of the classic boardgame, aimed at younger players ages 5+. It has a smaller, rectangular board and instead of being based on street names it is based on a funfair (amusement park), to make it more child-friendly.

## How much money do you start with in Monopoly Here and Now?

How much money do you start with in Monopoly Here And Now? In Monopoly Here & Now, each player starts with \$15 million.

The rules of the original Monopoly Junior game are very similar to the modern rules. Players are dealt \$31 at the beginning of the game: five \$1 notes, four \$2, three \$3, one \$4 and one \$5.

## How much money does each player get in Monopoly Junior UK?

Each player should get one \$5 note; one \$4 note; three \$3 notes; four \$2 notes; and five \$1 notes.

Each player chooses one token to represent himther while traveling around the board. Each player is given \$1,500 divided as follows: P each of \$500s, \$ 1 0 0 ~ and \$50~; 6 \$40~; 5 each of \$105, \$ 5 ~ and \$Is. All remaining money and other equipment go to the Bank.

## What are the basic rules of Monopoly?

There are 4 main parts to a turn.

• Roll the dice. Move the number of squares indicated. …
• Buy properties. You may buy any property from the Bank that you land on if it is not already owned. …
• Building. You may only build when you own all properties in a color group. …
• Complete necessary actions.

## What is free time in Monopoly Jr?

You no longer go to “Jail”, instead you go to “Lunch”, which costs \$3. Free Parking, which has no real meaning to kids at this age, becomes “Free Time”, which kids can of course relate to very much. Houses are replaced with ticket booths.