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posted by rfvv on .
Flip the coin. If you get heads, move one space/step/circle forward. If you get tails, move two spaces/steps/circles forward.
There are circles on the board. In each circle, there is an expression or a piccture.
(Are they correct? By the way, which side is heads and which side is tails?
On one side there is a number. On the other side, there is a statue of a famous person.)

On US coins, one side usually has an image of someone, while the other side usually shows an object or a scene or symbols of different states. Heads is the one with someone's image on it; tails is the other side.
PS  watch spelling ⇒ picture