Scrabble Alphabet Scoop
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- Fun twist on the classic word game features a pot for scooping out your letters to form words
- For 2 to 4 players
- Includes plastic pot and lid, 4 plastic scoops, 72 word cards, 104 letter tiles and rules
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Scoop, match, slam and score! Stir up your pot of letters and then take a card. Choose a word and start scooping tiles. If you’re the first to match your letters, slam on the pot’s lid to score. Mix up a fantastic batch of Alphabet Scoop fun!
A fun, exciting way for kids six and up to practice word-building, SCRABBLE ALPHABET SCOOP offers a whole new way to play a classic game. This fast-paced game challenges you to scoop up letters from the big red pot until you form one of the five words on your card. The player who's first to scoop up enough letters to make the word wins. Designed for two to four players, SCRABBLE ALPHABET SCOOP comes with a plastic pot and lid, 4 plastic scoops, 72 word cards, and 104 letter tiles.
Scoop and Slam Your Way to Victory
Scoop, match, slam, and score. With SCRABBLE ALPHABET SCOOP you can mix up a batch of alphabet soup fun. Each of the cards features five different words, giving the player a range of spelling levels. With a choice of three-, four-, and five-letter words to spell, every player on every word level has a chance to win.
Be the First to Make a Match
Stir up your pot of letters and take a card. Choose a word and start scooping tiles until you find the right letters to match your words. If you're the first to make a match, don't wait--slam on the pot's lid to score and win the round. But be careful you don't get a fly tile, or you lose all your letters!
What's in the Box
Plastic pot and lid, 4 plastic scoops, 72 word cards, 104 letter tiles, and instructions.
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Alphabet Soup especially allows my 4 year old to quickly win a hand in a game that she understands and finds fascinating. She studies the five(simple to hard)word options to her drawn card to choose her target word to solve and usually wants to know what it means if she doesn't already. She gleams when she gets tiles that spell her word, especially if she gets a blank tile (which can be used for ANY letter ... "Wow, wow!", she says). She however currently refuses to allow me to put the two "fly-picture" tiles in the soup which makes you an immediate loser if scooped up. However, she'll come around as she gets more competitive with the process.
They both love to dip their spoons into the soup bowl (at the same time) and come out with a brand new group of letters to arrange and look at. This is a great learning game for grandparents to keep at their home, as the children look forward to playing it as a "must do" part of their visitation agenda.
With just a little bit of ingenuity everything now fits into the bowl for efficient storage. The only thing I would improve is to mold the bowl rim so that with a twist of the wrist the top would lock onto the bowl like some kitchen pasta-strainer pots work to avoid accidentally losing letter tiles and to keep the toy closed until the next great spelling extravaganza! You can get creative and add your own cards with more complex (or even Biblical) words you want them to learn as they improve.
You can have multiple winners per hand which the youngest "really" likes. Win four hands and you're the game winner(s)! My oldest likes to keep his four winner cards so he can see them pile up across several games. And we've only had this game for about four game times now.
As they get really good I think I'm going to "spike" the soup with real coins IF they choose the hardest word on a drawn card, scoop out a coin with their tiles AND explain the word or use it correctly in a sentence. They'll NEVER then forget where they first learned these words. It's destined to become a family "legacy-story" around our house!
I have a 12yr old daughter, 9yr old son, and us(the 13mos old doesn't really count on game night-she just comes for the finger food ;-))...we can all find a word at our own level-kinda. Although it was difficult convincing the 9yr old that he didn't want to pick the biggest word on the card-however when he realized he could win faster, all was well.
I can't wait until the 13mos old can start playing with us, I expect to see more advanced reading and spelling skills from the start, this game is truly an educational gem!