Children from the age of eight can crack codes and solve mysteries with the Super Sleuth educational game. Designed to promote awareness of homophones, multiple-meaning words, synonyms and antonyms, Super Sleuth will help to familiarise children with a variety of words and develop their vocabulary skills through literacy games.
Pass the Peas is a way for children to practice spelling; race to build words in this fast-paced challenging educational game. Players must select 10 letter peas and build a word within 30 seconds using the timer included. Pea pods are passed on to other players for a full round, with the highest score winning.
The fast word building challenge Kabam is a rapid game suitable for children aged seven years plus. The winners of this game are the fastest word-builders, working quickly to add letters to the sets of letters included on the cards. Cards feature word parts including prefixes, suffixes, single vowels and more helping to encourage children to fill in the blanks.
Rhyme Out encourages quick recall of rhyming words and reinforces word definition. Players must listen to three consecutive clues and be the first to respond with three correct answers that rhyme. A method of developing vocabulary, word family awareness and listening comprehension skills. Included are 600 question cards across two levels of play, the first player to collect ten cards wins.
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