Do you have a kid who love words and letters? Verbally gifted kids just love letters, words, and word play, so these games are perfect for them. Most of the language games here can be played by the whole family and some can be played both with others and as a solitaire game. They are all challenging for both the kids and the adults.
The first game in history to turn making sentences into a very funny, playable, and challenging game. Using a unique word deck of pentagon shaped cards containing conjugations of funny words, famous names from history, familiar places, and wild cards, players have to make grammatically correct and justifiable sentences. The real fun begins when players have to read their sentences out loud and explain what they mean to the rest of players. They form the jury and vote thumbs up or down on whether the sentence and justification stand and the points are scored. 540 cards with over 2,500 words insure billions of possible sentences so the game is never repetitive and has unlimited replay value. Recipient of the following awards: Winner of the Gold 2007 Oppenheim Award Winner of the iParenting Media Award
Sentence Says is a quick-thinking sentence-creation game.
Sentence Says is a sentence creation game consisting of 73 cards: 40 action cards, 22 consonant cards, 6 vowel cards, and 5 “steal” cards. Players must create proper sentences using the cards they are dealt. Words in the sentence must begin with the letters on the alphabet cards that players have been dealt. The game is for two to six players, ages 8 and up.
The only game you won't get your mouth washed out with soap for having a Smart Mouth! Go head to head with family and friends in this quick-thinking, shout it out word game. Just slide our clever Letter Getter forward then back to reveal two letter tiles. Using those two letters, you must create a word of five or more letters, beginning with the first letter tile, and ending with the second. Whoever shouts out a word first wins the tiles. When all the tiles are used up, the player with the most tiles at the end wins!
If you think Scrabble is a fun game, then you’ll appreciate Bananagrams. Like they do in Scrabble, Players use tiles to create words in crossword style, up and down and across. However, unlike Scrabble, Bananagrams requires nothing but the tiles. No paper, pencil or special board is needed. The first player to use up all their tiles wins. The tiles come in a cute banana-shaped pouch, which makes it easy to carry the game around. Bananagrams is for kids ages 7 and up. One big plus is that kids can play with the tiles by themselves, seeing how many words they can create.
Apples to Apples Junior brings all the fun and hilarity of Apples to Apples to the younger crowd. Players aged 9 years and older will have a blast making crazy comparisons while expanding their vocabulary and thinking skills at the same time. The 576 unique cards ensure maximum inventiveness, so each round is filled with surprising comparisons from a wide range of people, places, things, and events. Fast-moving and refreshing, Apples to Apples Junior is easy to learn, easy to play, and great for hours and hours of entertainment!
42035W Features: -Up for grabs.-Letter tiles are revealed one at a time, be the first player to see a word and grab the tiles, and the word is yours.-At any time, another player can take over your word by adding at least one new letter to it.-At the end of the game, words with more than 4 letters are tallied, and the highest score wins.-For 2 or more players.-Ages 8 and up. Includes: -Includes 100 tiles and score pad.
Word Pirates is a unique scrabble like game that is easy enough for beginning readers but challenging enough for adults. Each player is a “pirate” who must create a path to the “booty” with words and bridges. The game includes 100 letter dice, 1 jumbo die, a game board, 4 pirate pawns, 10 bridge pieces and 10 wall pieces. The wall pieces can be used to block the other pirates from reaching the booty! Word pirates is a game of spelling and strategy for two to four players, ages 6 and up.
This tongue-tying title is really a crazy crossword race fast-paced and easy to learn, it's family fun for up to a dozen players (how many games can say that?). Here's how it works: The tiles are placed face down and each player draws nine. Then they use their tiles to build their own individual crossword Puzzles, expanding and rearranging their Puzzles as additional tiles are drawn. Out of tiles? Yell draw and everyone draws another. The first to use up their tiles stops the action, but only those with all their words spelled correctly can win the game. Instructions for several different variations (including a solitaire version) are included. For 1 to 12 players.
The Royalty Word card game has been described as a cross between Scrabble and Rummy. It consists of a deck of cards, but instead of numbers, the cards have letters. Players can “capture” the words of another player by adding at least one letter and rearranging the letters to form a new word. Since it’s a deck of cards that doesn’t require a game board, it is easily transportable. The game is for two or more players, ages 6 and up. It also has a solitaire game play version.
Race to Unravel the Word! Recommended by American Mensa, 2013. Major Fun Award - Puzzles - 2013 and featured in Good Housekeeping. Who knew that positioning a word in one continuous ring would make it so tricky to read? The challenge in WordARound is to quickly figure out where the word starts and to read it aloud before your opponents. The game seems so simple, but you'll find yourself baffled as you race to spot and call out words! Ages: 10 to adult Players: 2 or more
Do you have a kid who love words and letters? Verbally gifted kids just love letters, words, and word play, so these games are perfect for them. Most of the language games here can be played by the whole family and some can be played both with others and...
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