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We received three games from Super Duper Publications for review.
- Grammar Gumballs® Board Game
- Auditory Memory for Short Stories Fun deck
The boys and I had so much fun playing Grammar Gumballs
. We had to put it away so that they could go to bed and they asked if they could play the next day. They were having fun while learning grammar skills!
Grammar Gumballs includes 180 illustrated cards (20 for each area) to teach nine grammatical forms:
Present Progressive Verbs
Irregular Past Tense Verbs
Copula Verbs (Is/Are)
Regular Past Tense Verbs
I read the questions to the boys for each card they drew. They answered the questions, then spun the spinner to see how many gumballs they received. We went through the irregular plurals cards and at the end of the game the boys excitedly counted their gumballs to see who won. They actually tied and were both pleased with themselves.
The boys have really gotten into playing bingo this summer so I knew they would love Ask & Answer® "Wh" Bingo
. This bingo game helps teach how to ask and answer "Wh" questions. Bingo is a wonderful teaching tool. I created a banking bingo game when I was teaching high school Family and Consumer Science (Home Economics) and my students loved it. Bingo is a great way to make learning fun.
This is a very nice bingo set with cards for each type of "Wh" question that coordinate with color coded bingo cards. There is even a nice cup and cup holder for the bingo chips.
We took our new Ask and Answer "Wh" Bingo with us on the road. I sat in the back and played with my 6 year old. It worked well as a travel game because of the nice organization tray (pictured above).
Your child will listen to short, silly stories like "Aunt Pat's Hat," "Hannah's Bananas," or "Ollie the Octopus"—and then answer questions about each story.
These cards provide a fun way to improve your child's auditory memory skills.
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