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DK Games: Silly Sentences Book Supplement – May 17, 2000
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The game has a big selection of nouns, but needs more adjectives, verbs and adverbs. And blank puzzle pieces that can be inserted for learners custom words.
the reason why I didn't give it a 5 star it's because they had 4 of each verb and only about 5 variation.. saw, jumped, climbed, ate (and perhaps 1 more)... I wished they had different verbs and present tense too... that would have been perfect.
for "jumped" and "climbed", they have included prepositions too (great idea)
do they sell 'extension pack' with verbs? :)
A fun and silly game, easy to use as a center or a reward game.
There are enough pieces for a good 4-5 students to work on this at a time, as long as they each make one sentence and put back those pieces when they are done, and then exchange for new ones.
Now to the most puzzling part of this puzzle game - did they really put word "hero" under the picture of a sub (as subway sandwich)? Does anyone else has this card? All other cards have the images that are exactly what the word says, so there is no explanation for why "hero" looks like a sandwich....