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We love this game!
By Erica @ Confessions
About Me Educator, Parent
Comments about Pop for Letters™ Game:
This game is strickingly fun! I wasn't sure since it looks so simple, but Tinkerbell absolutely LOVES it! Must be something with those sweet little popcorn letter tiles. The game is simple, you draw out a letter tile then say the letter and the sound it makes. If you're correct you get to keep your piece of popcorn. If you're wrong it goes back in the pile. Whoever has the most tiles at the end of the game wins! There is one trick though…if you pull out the piece with the word "POP" on it, you have to put all your pieces back!Great fun for practicing letters recognition and sounds!Erica @ [@]I was given a complimentary game for review on my blog. My opinions were not influenced by the company or free product provided.
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Such A Fun Teaching Game
By Dragonfly Sweetnest
from South Webster, OH
About Me Parent, Thrifty
With my little boy being only four years old, it is really important to keep up with his learning. Being consistent is extremely important, at such young ages. Since my little boy is in Preschool he is learning the difference in ABC's big and little, the sounds and of course the vowels. Knowing what he is learning gives me the advantage of being able to continue his learning while at home. Since my little boy already knows his ABC's big and little, I used the game for the sounds of each letter. Then with my little girl I can change up her studying for spelling words by having her sort the letters out into the words. Using the game as more of a sound game for each letter helps both of my kids. With learning how to spell, read and simply to know the sound. This is a great game for kids that are at the age learning the ABC's big and little, and sounding them out.
"Let's pop some letter popcorn again!"
By Brandi from Blooming Readers
from Chicago, Illinois
About Me Educator
This game comes in a great "popcorn bag" container with a lid and durable letter pieces. POP For Letters is a fun and inexpensive way to practice many skills for the young learners like letter recognition, letter sounds, identifying a capital verses a lowercase letter and will help them connect these letter to words they know. This is also a good game to have when students need to generate spelling of their weekly spelling words or site word practice.