BOHS Literacy Wiz Fun Game - Upper Case Sight Words - 60 Flash Cards - Preschool Language Learning Educational Toys
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- FOR ENGLISH LANUAGE BEGINNERS - Including letter recognition, spelling,word building, and early vocabulary.By putting the cubes together to form a word, the kid gains an important understanding of the mechanics of vocabulary,aided by the picture cards which provide a clue to the meaning of the word being formed.
- TONS OF FUN - Your kid can play this game alone, or taking turns to play with a sibling or friend,cover word with the flap, the one who spells correctly keep the card,the one keeps the most cards wins. This could keep the kids busy for hours in educational time.
- INCREASE ATTENTION SPAN & MEMORY - Working towards creating each word and match it with the card helps your child develop their concentration and memory skills, preparing them the essential skills for future academic success .
- PACKAGE CONTENT - 1 Tray,52 Letter Cubes, 60 Double Sides Printed Cards/120 Words （Cards Upgraded Since Feb. 2019）
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- BOHS sight words cards help letter recognition, spelling,word building, early vocabulary & object recognition for young kids.
- Holder Support 5 Letters - Spells up to 5-letters word.
- 52 letters - 2 sets of complete alphabet letters,supporting to spell most English words, you could also spells the words which not included in the accompany cards .
- 120 Sight Words - 60 cards, double sides printed, 120 words with pictures.
- Teaching Tips: Use lower-case letters to teach the letter sounds for phonemic awareness , while use upper-case letters to teach letter names, but do teach them seperately in case of confusing to learners.
- Product Upgraded since Feb. 2019, no improper or outdated words.
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- Tip 1 -Use lower-case letters to teach the letter sounds for phonemic awareness , while use upper-case letters to teach letter names, but do teach them seperately in case of confusing to learners.
- Tip 2 - Put the letters in order, so kids could pick up the letters easier.
Cover the word by the flap, run a literacy spelling game, take turn to spell the word, the one who spells correctly keep the card, let's see who have the most cards !
Holder with Flap
52 Pieces Letters Included
60 Cards/120 Sight Words
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The tiles stayed on very nicely.
To small for little hands. The toy is smaller than it looks and young kids might lack lack the necessary motor skills for picking up the tiles.
A very strange assortment of words. If it is targeted to preschoolers, I imagined it would have decodable words.. but it has all sort of spelling rules involved and a lot of rule breakers. Which leads me to my next point...
Why does a child need to spell gun, smoke, wine, and cigar?! "Gun" is at least decodable but they could have used a water gun, for "smoke" they could have gotten away with having a fire with smoke, I feel like there's a lot of other magic e words you could have instead of "wine", but weirdest of all, I can't figure out why on Earth a kid would be spelling out "cigar".
This is just my opinion. Others may find it fine.
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It is expensive for what it is, however, is well made and will stand the test of time. Used three times so far by my almost 4 year old son and already he is getting the hang of finding the matching letters quite quickly. A good simple resource for introducing upper case letters. My 6 year old daughter and I used it to play a guess the conundrum type game too.
It is a great game that can be used for a range of ages and capabilities.
It can be used like we do, with the word on the card showing so your little one finds the correct letters and copies what is written on the card.
If your little one is older and able to already spell certain words by themselves you are able to cover up the spelling and then this can be revealed once they have tried to spell it.
I was impressed with how many cards were included. There is so many. They are also double sided. I have attached a photo of a small snippet of some of the words included.
This is something I can see lasting for many years and I am really happy with this item.
The letter a is written “a” so is confusing for younger children learning letters. My daughter was getting it confused with an e.
Very tempted to just send it back and get a better one.
No I don’t recommend this product.