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Learning Resources Pop For Sight Words Game
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- Easy game play helps build early literacy, increase vocabulary, and improve fluency
- Practice articulation while learning beginning game etiquette
- Set includes 100 die-cut popcorn cards (92 with sight words and 8 Pop cards for game play) and storage box
- Popcorn box measures 3"L x 3"W x 6¼"H
- Ideal for ages 5+
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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From the manufacturer
Fluency in a Flash
In this fast paced game, there’s no time to chew on your answer. See the word and shout it out! With 92 popcorn word cards, new challenges keep popping up!
Two to 4 kids compete to read and collect the most popcorn pieces. But watch out for the 8 POP cards—pull one and you have to put all your pieces back!
Snack Size Learning
Popcorn box measures 3"L x 3"W x 6.25"H so it’s easy to take on the go. Each game can go by quickly. But like real popcorn, kids will want another serving!
The popcorn word cards can be used on their own as flash cards for early literacy activities. Find words that start with the same letter, rhyme, etc.
What You Get
Game includes 100 die-cut popcorn cards (92 with sight words and 8 Pop cards for game play) and storage box. Instructions are printed right on the box so they'll never get lost.
Learning Resources offers a huge selection of early learning toys and games to help children develop key skills through play. We have toys that promote alphabet awareness, shape and color recognition, fine motor skills, imagination, and more!
Improve word recognition through fast-paced game play. Use the abundant word cards for your own early literacy activities. Includes 100 die-cut popcorn cards (92 sight words and 8 Pop cards) and guide printed on box.
From the Manufacturer
Pop for Sight Words Game. Students will gobble up handfuls of fun as they recognize and read aloud sight words. Fast-paced game play is great for improving fluency. Even use the abundant word cards for your own early literacy activities. Includes 100 die-cut popcorn cards (92 sight words and 8 POP cards) in box with engaging graphics. Measures 3"L x 3"W x 6 1/4"H. For 2–4 players. Grades 1+.
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My son is 4 and is reading 1st grade level with absolute ease. This is mostly because of starfall.com and morestarfall.com , but these cards help him with the words that can't be sounded out so easily. These words have to be memorized... like the word "please" and "who" and "where" and "the". Other words in the game are: big, run, ran, if, to, today, what, then, well, ride, see, little, do, this, into, now, and, went, could, on, no, said, pretty, at, my, is, there, fun, all, say, are, under, some, soon, be, he, that, it, a, and an. There are 100 words in all, I think. We generally only play with about 15 at any one time, so there is repetition so he can remember them. I recommend this game if you plan on playing WITH your child, and often. There is no way a kid can learn anything from these all by himself or with another child.
First, along with the box of words I have a glass jar full of colorful M&M's. At the end of the game everyone adds up how many sight words they got correct and they get to pull out that many M&M's out of the jar to eat. This makes it a much more appealing game to my son as he's smart enough to know that this is really just a way to do "homework".
Second, besides all of the sight word cards there are cards in the box that say POP on them. If you pull one of those out it's a negative thing and means you lose all the points you have earned up to that part of the game. Not the greatest idea for small kids. Because I knew that could make my kiddo really upset I changed the rule so that when anyone pulled out a POP card everyone gets to take one M&M out of the jar and "POP" it into their mouth right then. Now it's exciting to pull out a POP card. I know it's important to teach kids that there are always winners and losers in a game but I wanted this one to be all positive so he would really want to learn those words!
I am excited to have a way to work on sight words with my kindergartner and reward him at the same time.