With so many toys in our house, I really love getting the opportunity to review something for my kids that is educational and gets their mind thinking. That is why I was excited to review several educational games from Super Duper Publications.
We started with the Photo Fish game because it was perfect for my 3 year old son to play. He had a great time putting it together (by putting the category stickers onto the fish) and he had even more fun ‘fishing’ with me. This game was really fun for him to play and was easy for him to understand. With different ways to play, it teaches kids how to classify and sort.
“Little fishermen and women will get hooked on Classifying Photo Fish as they improve their sorting and classifying skills. These magnetic foam fish come with stickers showing photos of everyday items in the categories of Transportation, Clothing, Animals, Food, and Around the Home. Grab a fishing pole, choose a category, and reel in the fish that match it!”
We played the Hopping Frogs game after my girls came home from school. They were excited to break into that bag of plastic hopping frogs ;). This game is a great way to introduce articulation to my son. And for my 1st grader, it definitely reinforces what she is learning in school!
“This hands-on, hopping good board game combines the fun of children helping their frogs “jump” from the “frog pond” (board) to their “lily pads” with development of early language and articulation skills. For articulation, the 420 game cards focus on earlier developing sounds (P, B, T, D, K, G, and F) in a fun and enjoyable way. Each sound has specific question cards for initial, medial, and final positions in single words. Hopping Frogs is flexible enough to allow you to work on a single target sound and position for all players, or address individual target sounds and positions for each player.”
500 Prefixes, Suffixes, and Stems is not really a game, but it is a great way for a child to expand their vocabulary and introduce them to the meaning of various parts of words. I think it would be a great addition to my girls’ classrooms!