From the game website: Sign It! the board game is an interactive new way of learning and practicing American Sign Language (ASL). It is designed to be fun and educational. Sign It! was born out of necessity. The creator is a 50 year old cabinet maker with a progressive hearing loss. While taking ASL classes, he searched in vain for a teaching tool to help him and his wife practice ASL and increase their vocabularies, and subsequently developed Sign It! to fill this need. The Sign it! board game which includes a board a rule booklet and markers for six players, provides instruction for learning 824 signs. The game also comes with a copy of "Signing Illustrated" :The complete learning Guide, a 258 page illustrated and indexed reference book. Sign It! contains a set of cards (which cover more than eight categories), a rule booklet, one die and markers for six players. The game is setup reminiscent of Trivial Pursuit, with color coded squares.Each person gets a token (I was the elephant) then rolls the die. As expected,what ever the number you rolled...that's the number of spaces you moved. The color of the square is the color you look at on the card. Then you sign that word. Colors are categories such as feelings, communication, locations, and more.On the card next to the words are page numbers for the accompanying book where you can find the appropriate sign. The game can be purchased with the reference book, "Signing Illustrated" by Mickey Flodin, which includes well drawn illustration, clear directions and even little reminder hints to help you remember new signs.