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- Scrabble Jr.-It's letter-matching fun for your little one
- Flip over the gameboard for an advanced game where players create their own words
- The game grows with the kids
- Scrabble fun for younger kids, as they match picture words with letter tiles! Older players can use the reverse side of the board to form words
- When all of the tiles have been placed on the board, the player with the most chips wins
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The other side of the board is similar to the regular Scrabble board (without the doubling and tripling parts). One can form words without the constraint of pre-printed words. A kid who reads and writes well (7 or 8 year olds, for example), can do well with it.
I like this game because it gives kids a taste of the Scrabble game without making them work unnecessarily too long and too hard at it. (I tried using the standard board with kids. It worked for only a little while.)
All in all, a good game to have, even with the cardboard lettering.
There are only about ten words that kids can work to spell, and these are a predictably condescending mix of "easy words" like WATER and GOAT, along with "fun words" like ARCADE, CANDY and TELEVISION. If you play this game a lot, you're stuck spelling the same words over and over, so there's little learning value or reinforcement of new vocabulary.
The other side of the board can be used for a more normal Scrabble experience, but I find my 5-year-old, though she's reading, is a little young for that. My only other complaint is that all the tiles and "points" chips this game uses are thick cardboard, which means that if they sneak into the washing machine, they're toast (I know this from tragic personal experience).
All in all, this game isn't an outright loss, but I was expecting better from a big games company.
Recommended Ages: 4 to 6 years old ONLY (my 6-year old, an avid reader, is bored to tears with this game)
Playability on Shabbat: YES!!! (no batteries, electronics or writing)
We are very pleased with the concept of this game.
We choose this over the Disney version JUST to haelp identifiy real words over the names of Disney characters.
I am a HUGE Scrabble fan and seemed apprehensive as we opened the game, comparing it too much to what I am use to playing with another adult.
The rules were VERY well thought out for a Jr version. WE have only played the easy side. I love games that will challenge my child, And so does he. I will gladly play a game over and over with him that challenges him & makes him think, OVer a sugary sweet way too easy for them to win game. I did "help" my son win :) just to help him "see" the rules in action.
THINGS I was not overly pleased with are really a minor annoyance when compared to the educational value of the game.
I do not like the cardboard tiles. :( I wish game makers would STOP making them in general!!
It would have been nice to have a tile bag. otherwise you are just asking to loose letters. ALL of which are needed to play the easy side. While not needed for the young version, I do wish they also incuded tile holders. Just helps active youngsters keep track of letters :).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great for the family! My pre-teen and teen both love this game and I love dominating. :)Published 4 months ago by M. Garza
Great for teaching spelling and critical thinking. Wonderful that there are two sides - one with the words printed as a starter and the other a regular scrabble board. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alla
We like to play games as a family and this works perfectly for little ones who are learning letters and letter sounds. This game has become a staple during our weekly family night.Published 6 months ago by Amber
Always a great game for the family. However I prefer the wood or plastic letters as opposed to these cardboard ones. Too flimsy for us. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kindle Customer