Super Duper Publications sells toys that are fun, and that inspire learning, creating a win-win situation for parents, children, and educators alike. If you take a look around their website, you will find a lot of really great choices for discovery, learning, and fun too! We were lucky enough to give some of their learning games a try.
|MagneTalk Telling Time Game|
These pieces all separate and have a magnet on the back that holds fast to the dual board.
The MagneTalk Telling Time game was an instant favorite. It comes with a sturdy dual folding board that has a clock on one side, sans clock hands, a place to put numbers, and room to create a sentence (many 'clock' words are included to assist).
|This is how the board looks without any magnets on it.|
|My son created a sentence out of the magnetic-backed punch out words,|
that went along with the time he selected for the clock display.
|Reinforcing how to tell time, x3 (the clock, number display, & sentence).|
|The MagneTalk Telling Time game comes with its own sturdy, clear bag with handles. |
This bag makes clean up, & keeping up with all of the pieces a breeze!
The second game we reviewed from Super Duper Publications was Word Joggers for Categories.
|Word Joggers for Categories|
Word Joggers is an amazingly fun game that can be played in any number of ways. According to the description at Super Duper Publications, it is designed with students in mind who have specific language processing difficulty in grades Pre-K through the Grade 5, and students who are learning English as a second language.
|Contents of Word Joggers (Source)|
|My son holding open the instruction book so you can see one of the ideas shared for playing.|
|The pictures on the over-sized BINGO cards are familiar, colorful, and large.|
Just right for generating interest and keeping a little one's attention.
|Taking his turn with the spinner|
We chose to create a BINGO game out of the category cards alone for our first game.
The cards were great because they offered easy to read sentences that got my son thinking, and best of all, practicing his reading!!
The first card he drew said, "Things made of paper," and he spun a #2 on the spinner. So... he had to put a BINGO chip on two of the items on his card that were made of paper. The game continued along in that fashion until one of us achieved a line all the way across, up and down, or diagonally.
I drew from the "Food" category that matched my card, and my son drew from the "School" category that matched his card. We could have both used the same type of category card. That's the beauty of the game, you can create and enjoy as many different types of scenarios as you can think of (and for my youngest, that is a big part of the fun). This game was a big hit in our house, and we have played it almost every single day since it arrived.
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Super Duper Publications is a great place to shop any time of the year, but with the holidays coming up, it's even more appealing to me. I love to shop for gifts that children like, and learn a great deal from too! I hope you'll go check them out, I am certain you will find something you love.