Boggle Junior, Preschool Game, First Boggle Game, Ages 3 and up (Amazon Exclusive)
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- WORD GAME FOR PRESCHOOLERS: It's a Boggle game for younger kids. This first game for preschoolers grows with your child by introducing the ABC's with different ways to play
- MATCH LETTERS AND PICTURES: Kids as young as 3 can play this simple Boggle Jr. game. Players match the big letter cubes to picture/word cards in 2 multi-level games
- SPELLING AND MEMORY: In this kids' version of the popular Boggle word game, players are introduced to letter and word recognition, matching, spelling, and memory
- NO BATTERIES NEEDED: Batteries not needed in this word game that promotes basic letter and word skills. It features colorful picture cards and large letter cubes
- GAME FOR PARENTS TO PLAY WITH THEIR KIDS: Your child wants to have fun! Designed for 1-2 players, adults and children have been playing the Boggle Jr. game together for more than a decade
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BOGGLE Junior, Preschool Game, First Boggle Game, Ages 3 and up
Your preschooler's first BOGGLE game. From ABC to Ant, Ball and Car With BOGGLE Jr., your preschooler will transform letters into words! Two different matching games encourage various skills and levels with fun and colorful pictures. Look at the picture and word. Then find each matching letter using the big BOGGLE Jr. cubes. You've spelled the word! Your child will practice: Object and word recognition Letter recognition and matching Spelling Sorting and grouping Concentration Taking Turns Sharing For 1+ players Enjoy the ease
Your preschooler's first Boggle game! With Boggle Jr. your preschooler can transform letters into words with this beginning level word game for kids. Two different matching games encourage various skills and levels with cute, colorful pictures. Very young players can enjoy playing with the letter cubes as toys and finding all the letters of the alphabet on them. They can also play with the cards just to see the colorful pictures. All this play is a learning experience! Your child can practice object and word recognition, letter recognition and matching, spelling, sorting and grouping, and even practice taking turns. Hasbro Gaming and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.
There's no need to be boggled by words. Boggle Jr. helps children learn letters, spelling, and reading while having loads of fun! This easy version of the terrifically popular adult Boggle uses pictures and matching games to allow children to make the connection between objects and their names. With two skill levels, players can challenge themselves further as they become more adept at identifying letters and words. It will seem like no time at all before kids are begging to play their parents' version of Boggle! The game, for one or more players, includes a game tray with word cover, 30 picture/word cards with 60 three- and four-letter words, and eight letter cubes. --Emilie Coulter
No children under 3 years old, as there are small parts
WARNING! WARNING! CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs of age. ****************************************** Manufacturer recommends this product for children that are 3 years of age and up. ******************************************
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The dice are just not practical. They could take any form and they would have been just as good. The part that takes the longest is looking around each dice to find the letter you want. And, depending on how you play, the player can find themselves trapped. When you need one letter, it takes all six out of the game, so you can end up needing a letter that is on a die that is already being used.
This is just not fun, helpful, or educational.
We tried playing this game right before dinner, so things were a bit hectic, but we were excited to try it out.
Short review: if your child knows the entire alphabet by sight and can match, they can play the first part of the game. They need to know AT LEAST the first sounds of each letter before they can play the second part.
Our 6 year old didn't want to even try to first part of the game, where you can see the letters. He knows all of the letters of the alphabet by sight and knows all of the basic (or first of the) letter sounds. He was getting the 3 letter words correct very easily, so I tried switching to the 4 letter word side, and he struggled with some (like "bear") but got some others (like "frog").
Our 4 year old knows all of the letters by sight, very few sounds, and did perfectly with the matching part of the game with the 3 letter side. I'm sure she'd do great with matching the 4 letter side.
Our 3 year old knows no letters by sight or sound yet, but he's a brand new 3, and very slightly speech delayed (I'd just say he's a late talker). He also argues with us on what is what (circles are not circles, for example), so we just gave him the 3 letters to make "cow", and he just tried to match it the best he could.
I do wish there was another "level" of Boggle (in between Jr and the original).
My 6 year old is going to blow through this game and be bored in a few months.
My 4 year old will love it every once in a while, and it'll be great for the other kiddos later on, so not a bad purchase. Very pleased with it.
Not a 5 star item, but I would purchase it again.
I got it when it’s on sale!!!$8 only!!!! Should buy more at that time for holiday gifts.
The only thing I could complain abt it’s the paper quality. But overall it’s a A+ games to play