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Sequence Letters

4.4 out of 5 stars 116 customer reviews

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  • For ages 4-7 and 2-4 players
  • Players sound out the letter on their card, match it to the beginning sound of the picture on the game board
  • Each card features a letter of the alphabet in upper and lower case
  • Colored squares on the cards and game board help with faster recognition
  • When you have 5 of your chips in a row, you've got a sequence
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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Players sound out the letter on their cards, match it to the beginning sound of a picture on the gameboard, then place a chip there. Each card features a letter of the alphabet in upper and lower case. Colored squares on the cards and gameboard help with faster recognition. When you have 4 of your chips in a row, youve got a Sequence! Kids will have fun playing the great game of Sequence while learning the letters of the alphabet. Dot your is and cross your ts...its the Sequence way to learn your ABCs!

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Fun filled Sequence Letters Game includes all the fun of Sequence with a fun new way to learn the Alphabet and the sounds each letter makes.

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Product Dimensions 10.5 x 10.5 x 2.1 inches
Item Weight 1.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B003DV9V8A
Item model number 8011
Manufacturer recommended age 4 - 7 years
Best Sellers Rank #10,086 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#67 in Toys & Games > Baby & Toddler Toys > Activity Play Centers
#474 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
#4,894 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys
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4.4 out of 5 stars 116 customer reviews

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I use this game in my ESL kindergarten class, and the children love to play it. Not only that, they quickly learn that the letter on each card represents the initial sound--or, in the case of "fox," the end sound--of the picture featured on each card. And, without really trying, it's not long before they learn word recognition, sequencing strategies, new vocabulary related to logic, and even social interaction. Everyone loves this game (including the teacher). Buy it for learning; but, more important, buy it for fun.
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I bought this game for a student in my first grade class who was struggling with beginning letter sounds. After receiving it, I found other uses such as helping to improve vocabulary for ESL students. The kids like it so much, they want to play it at recess. It was much cheaper on Amazon than the bookstore I originally found it at. Good game if you are looking for a fun/educational activity for younger children (preschool to 1st grade).
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The game is supposed to be for 2 to 4 players. That is what is listed on the box, description, and instructions. However, it is only for 2 to 3 players as they only give you three colors of chips. That means in a family of four, someone has to sit the game out. No fun!
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As an unschooling family, we're always looking for fun ways to teach new skills without actually sitting down for formal lessons. Sequence Letters is great for our family format. The game is a little frustrating for my four-year-old son, but that's mostly because he's having a hard time grasping the concept of winning. He'd rather put the pieces on the board in crazy patterns than try to win, so he gets frustrated about everyone else winning all the time. However, it's been an excellent lesson in beginning letter sounds. As with any structured game for children, it's a wonderful way to learn about rules and strategy to win. I think this is a wonderful game for any child who wants to learn letter sounds, or is having a hard time with letter sounds.
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My boys love this game. My 5 year old already knows all his letter sounds, so it's not all that challenging for him. However, it is a good review skill, and skill to make identifying letter sounds stick better which I think will lead to being able to help sound out larger vocabulary words in the future. Good introduction for spelling, too, to sound out words. My 3 year old usually likes to be on a team though so usually I let them gang up on me and try to block me as they work together. This helps my 3 year old gain the same skills on letter sounds as he has a teammate. I just wish the game had 4 different color discs in case dad wanted to join in, or had more discs of the same color because we often like to fill up the board and run out of our assigned color. Other than that great game.
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My kids go to a play based school and we are big believers that learning should be fun. I bought this for my then 3 year old son but had no idea my 2 year old would love it as well. Before 2.5, she knew all the sounds to the letters (my son picked it up even quicker). It is also teaching them patience and taking turns...definitely an educational game on many levels.
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A step up from Sequence For Kids .
Having a kiddo on the autism spectrum we purchase a lot if board games for him . I was excited that I hadn't run across this one . He's outgrown Sequence For Kids which was a favorite of ours during therapy sessions . This is educational and engaging . Great for special needs and typical kiddos .
We are still enjoying this since I gave it to him for the holidays last year .
I will see if you've added any new games that he might enjoy this holiday season , but I wanted to personally thank you for creating such great games .
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Someone may have already mentioned this in another review, but the words 'giraffe' and 'cereal' do not make 'guh' and 'cuh' sounds. This is a little confusing for my 3 and 5 year olds. It seems like they could have picked different objects to represent those letters. Other than that, the game is great. It holds their attention and they enjoy playing it.
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