Canoosh® was created by a family — for families who want a fun, fast game that everyone can play and where everyone has a fair shot at winning.
Canoosh comes with 7 unique ways to play, perfect for game night or math and probability fun in the classroom. Roll the dice and move your chips around the board to win. But be careful...your luck can turn quickly if you get ‘Canoosh’ed off the board by an opponent.
Create a lineup of 4 chips in a row on the board in any direction to win.
Move around the outside of the board to knock your opponents off.
Be the first player to get one of your chips across the board while avoiding your opponent’s chips.
Be the first player to collect ten chips from the board by rolling specific combinations of numbers.
Defeat your opponent by eliminating all of their chips
or by crossing the battlefield into their home base.
Be the last player with chips on the board by rolling anything but doubles or (7)s.
Roll higher numbers than your opponent and collect more chips from the board to win.
Ages 8-adult | 2-4 players
(Projector and color printer required.)
Now you can bring Canoosh to the classroom — integrate healthy competitive fun with a range of math learning concepts.
Canoosh Classroom Edition includes all 7 versions of the gameplay. You can use it with an entire class, divided into teams, in smaller group play, or as the new favorite indoor recess activity! The game kit is a digital download, designed to be projected on a wall or chalkboard, and integrated with the printable game pieces.
Includes a printable PDF with:
Grades K-12 | 2-4 players/teams
Canoosh is a game that was invented by the Goeke family during the pandemic. What started as a curiosity around a dice probability chart evolved into several competitive games for all ages to play.
Canoosh combines luck and strategy and is built on two tenets —
The Goekes initially piloted the game in Denver in early 2021, and after moving to Dayton, OH, they are continuing to turn Canoosh into a household name in family games.
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