Learn the rules to the board game Taboo quickly and concisely – This visually rich video has no distractions, just the rules.

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RULES:

The objective of the game is for your team to score the most points. Place the buzzer and timer within easy reach of all players. Fill the card holder with cards, green side down first. (once you’ve finished with the green side, switch to the purple). Divide the players into two teams.

Alternating teams each round, one player is the clue giver and holds the tray of cards so no one on their team can see. Flip the timer. The clue giver turns over the first card and sets it in the easel. The clue giver now says words, not sound effects nor gestures, to get the their team to guess the word at the top of the card.

The other words on the card are taboo. The clue giver is not allowed to say any of the taboo words listed on the card. The clue giver is not allowed to say any form of any word on the card; such as: abbreviations, past present or future tense, initials, spelling and letters, “sounds like” or “rhymes with”, smaller words of a compound word.

As the clue giver gives clues, their teammates guesses as much as they want until the timer runs out. When they guess correctly, the clue giver draws a new card and places it in the easel. The clue guesser may pass on a word and place it in the discard pile.

If at any point during the guessing, the clue giver uses an illegal clue or taboo word, the opposing team, who is monitoring the clue giver’s cards, sounds the buzzer. The clue giver discards the card to a pile. At the end of the timer, the clue giver’s team receives 1 point for each card in the easel. An unfinished card in the easel counts for 0 points. The opposing team scores 1 point for each card in the discard pile. Mark these scores on the scorepad.

Gather up all the cards in the easel and discard pile and set them aside. Switch teams and repeat until every player has been the clue giver once. If teams are uneven then some players may need to be the clue giver twice. After every player has been the clue giver, tally up the points and the team with the highest score wins!

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18 Comments

saou d'msp

July 12, 2020

ma prof ma mis ce lien mais je comprend rien ya une trad

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Crazy_ Kennedy24

July 12, 2020

What about the purple side is it the same as the green

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Daphneamy360 AkA Daphne's World!

July 12, 2020

Play the game please I'm visual I forgot how to play

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Care Bee

July 12, 2020

Sounds like too much work, I’d rather take a nap! Lol

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Genesis 1 1

July 12, 2020

Not helping..just play one to show how it is played

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Bryan Mitchell

July 12, 2020

Far too much information left out

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Hema N

July 12, 2020

Nicely explained

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I love the baltics three

July 12, 2020

His voice is like Hosuh's.

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Naresh Kumar

July 12, 2020

Nyc

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Andrew'sCoolVlogs

July 12, 2020

Can you make a video on how to play the “Logo Board Game” because I don’t know how to play it. Thank you.

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Matt Guy

July 12, 2020

I played this game once mad long ago and had 2 be taught the rules now my cousin talkin bout she wanna play next weekend wit my other cousins so im not tyna look stupid so i came here.lol it's similar 2 what i remember so i think im good

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dros cho

July 12, 2020

FUCK YOU TRASH YOUTUBER, DONT UPLOAD A NEW VIDEO…
PS. MONOPOLY FOR EVER
PIEWDIEPIE FOR EVER YOU ARE A COPY OF HIM!!! GO FUCK FROM GREECE

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Wayne Staples

July 12, 2020

thanks awesome.

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Quennie Robles

July 12, 2020

took me 4 videos to understand how to play

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TTsparkles

July 12, 2020

I'm bringing this game to my class trip Kearney

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jess & janet asmr / eats

July 12, 2020

why your one is a buzzer

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Flavio Sousa

July 12, 2020

Hi again! I'm a high school teacher and I need SIMPLE games for my teenage students. Taboo would be too complicated for those kids. A few games that worked well: Piratatak, Ingenious and No Thanks. Any thoughts?

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Flavio Sousa

July 12, 2020

Best party game ever! Taboo is brilliant, so simple and so fun.

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