Wild Word Adventure™ Early Language Game
Item # LER 5063
Ages 5+
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Motivate beginning readers to build 3, 4 and even 5 letter words! Reinforces letter recognition, beginning and ending consonant sounds, rhyming and spelling. Color coded for 3 levels of play.


     • 80 self-checking question cards
     • 104 lowercase letter cards
     • 25 word cards
     • Animal pawns
     • Game board

For 2-4 players

Game board measures 16.5”L x 16.5”W

Grades: Kindergarten +

Common Core State Standards Alignment: Language, Reading Foundational Skills

Learning Style: Visual, Auditory

Skill Development:

Language- Builds language skills such as letter sounds and rhyming. Hone expressive and receptive language skills with peers during play.

Social & Behavioral- Promote turn taking, interaction, patience, and cooperative play with peers.
  • Pick a word card, then roll the die and hop around the board

  • To earn a letter, correctly answer the question that matches the color you land on

  • Be the first to match up all letters to those on your word card to win!

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    Maybe best for very young children!

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          Comments about Wild Word Adventure™ Early Language Game:

          The game my husband and I played with our 7 and 5 year old children is called Wild Word Adventures! Shipping was very quick and packing was good! Set up for this game didn't take long at all. Play is simple, everyone picks a 3 to 5 letter word and as they go around the board they answer questions and collect letters to make their word. The first to collect all the letters for their word wins. We played a few times. My children didn't find the letter part at all challenging but the questions where good and made them think. For older kids I think it would be great just to use the question cards in circle time or what not. The board game is bright and there is nothing complicated about it. Choose short words or long words really depends on how long you want the game to last. The kids did not often get a question wrong making the games rather short. Who ever went first tended to win. Of course being creative and changing the rules isn't hard either and we like this option, specially with this game. I would recommend this game for preschoolers and maybe a little bit older. Be ready though to change some rules if your children find it too easy or get board of moving around the board in a circle over and over. -- I was given this product to review!

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