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Super Why ABC Letter Game


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  • Players practice key reading skills when they play the Super Why ABC Letter Game from University Games
  • In this board game, kids join Alpha Pig, Wonder Red, Princess Pesto and Super Why for spelling, rhyming, and reading fun
  • Fun for 2 - 4 players, ages 3 and up
  • Boxed set includes game board, 4 playing pieces, spinner card, 110 question cards and instructions
  • University Games offers you and your family creative games that are easy to learn and fun to play
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 2.8 x 15.8 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001SOZDFO
  • Item model number: 1331
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 8 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,499 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (110 customer reviews)
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From the Manufacturer

Bob Moog and Cris Lehman founded University Games in 1985. The company has added many divisions and broadened our scope lot since then, but the University Games' products remain true to the standards set more than 24 years ago. Our games are easy to learn. Start playing in five minutes. Our games keep all players involved, even when it's not their turn. Our games are different every time you play. Our games combine luck and skill, so every player has chance to win. Our games make learning fun. Creative gameplay and quality components are our standard, but that's not all we offer. From prestigious educational licenses like Brain Quest and Eric Carle to exciting entertainment licenses with Big Brain Academy Nintendo Software, LEGO construction toys, the Worst-Case Scenario book series and Anti-Monopoly, we've got original ways to have fun. So spend time with us and you can have great time with the family, get to know the neighbors or even learn how to read. Players take on the powers of the Super WHY. team in this new game based on key reading skills such as alphabet recognition, rhyming, spelling and basic reading. The winner is the first to join each of the four characters and reach finish. TV show nominated for an Emmy in 2008 #3 Rated Preschool Program for children -5.

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Calling all super readers!

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Customer Reviews

Easy, fun little game that can be played in as little as ten minutes.
C. Rogers
This is a great game if you are teaching your child reading skills and want something fun to reinforce what has been learned.
Fawn McNeil-Haber
My 4 year old daughter loves Super Why so we bought her this game and she loves it.
J.L.T.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

132 of 133 people found the following review helpful By Isabella E. Bertelli on June 16, 2009
My 30mth old loves this game. A little long to play at his age, but it is designed for a little older age range. The four decks of cards are designed to increase literacy skills. If you draw an Alpha Pig card, you match the lower case letter on the card to the upper case letter on the board, Princess Presto cards you find the letter that the picture starts with. The last two sets of cards are a bit further along in development then he is(game is for 3+ by design), but that only means the game has room to grow with him. Wonder Red cards you need to rhyme with the words on the card, and Super Why cards, you replace the silly word with what makes sense. My husband and I assist him a lot if he lands on the last two set of cards. My son does not seem to mind and I love how educational and fun this game is. I love the great way to reinforce learned skills and introduce new ones. The best is he does not mind to wait his turn. This game not only would benefit the preschool crowd, but even K-1 remediation skills for those with delays or lack of prior exposure. I am buying a copy for my classroom for the literacy center.
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97 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Lauren A. VINE VOICE on January 8, 2010
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I bought this game for my two girls, ages 3 and almost 5. Both are super why fans. My three year old knows her letters and sounds, but cannot read at all. Nor can she spell. This game was way too difficult for the 3 year old. My almost 5 year old can read and the game was good for her. She loved it!

During the game, the readers go around the board and pick up four types of cards. Each type is associated with a different task. The simplest task shows lower case letter and the child must identify the upper case letter on the board. My 3 year old can do this. The second easiest task shows a picture of an object. The child has to identify the first letter or two (if a combined sound like "th" or "sh") on the board. This is too difficult for my 3 year old. The third task shows a picture on the card and the child has to find the word matching the picture on the board. This is too difficult for my 3 year old, easy for my 5 year old (she can read). The fourth task is the hardest - the child has to come up with 2 or three rhyming words. This one is complicated, as the child needs to come up with real words and would be hard for a child who cannot read. Obviously, this is too hard for my 3 year old.

I believe that reading IS required for this game. This game is most appropriate for early readers - kids who can read and are just learning to read. It is not appropriate for kids who are not close to reading.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 28, 2009
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I have fallen absolutely in love with this game and so has my 3 year old:-) My son is getting really excited about learning to read by himself, and this game helps give him confidence in doing so. Although he isn't quite reading yet, this game is helping to get him there!

The children chose one of the main characters from "Super Why" to move around the game board. They use the spinner to tell them how many places to move and then draw the card of whomever they happen to land on & draw that person's card. If they land on Alpha Pig they match upper and lower case letters. For Wonder Red they rhyme words (i.e. pig & dig rhyme, say 3 more words). If the player lands on Princess Presto they point to the first 1 or 2 letters of a word. Finally, if they land on Super Why they either point to the word that matches the picture on their card or point to a word on the board that should replace the underlined word on their card.

When my son and I play it generally takes a little less than 10 minutes to finish the game, so he doesn't get bored and likes to play 2 or 3 times. Also, like the game says, "The goal of this game is to help children develop their early literacy skills...while having fun!" so helping your child get the correct answer is definitely the way to go!
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41 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Daran Chapman on September 12, 2009
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My kid, at 30 months old, can watch the Super Why TV show -- and be thoroughly entertained -- he even appears to be understanding a great deal of what is going on, and sometimes supplies the correct answers at the appropriate times during the show. But in the format of a board game, he can maybe answer the questions of one or two of the characters. Obviously this is because the game is dependent on correct answers to progress, unlike the show.

Anyway... it looks like it is going to be a great first board game for my son a year from now -- I'd just also like to drop the warning (like another reviewer) that the target audience for the game might be a little older than what's on the show.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Lifetime Fan on January 20, 2011
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My 3- and 5- year-olds love this game! I love it, too. It's a well-constructed game with a solid board, great spinner, and substantial cards and playing pieces - unlike a lot of the cheap, flimsy games out there. This game will last for years! The simple format provides many learning opportunities for both children. My 3-year-old can't play the game independently, but then I wouldn't expect her to play alone. She thoroughly enjoys the interaction when we are all playing together, and this game is providing her with many opportunities to flex her literacy skills, along with practice taking turns and listening to others. My 5-year-old plays with more independence and enjoys demonstrating what he knows and sharing clues with his sister when it's her turn. I think this is one of the best games on the market!
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