Friday, June 14, 2013

Must Have Games From Super Duper Review & Giveaway

I was provide the below mentioned product in exchange for my honest review.
 
     I have shared some of the great products from Super Duper before.  Super Duper has been around for many years, but just recently their products have become available to the consumer market.  They have some great learning games for different ages and stages.  They also have great games to help support speech development.  I am not surprised to learn that The National Parenting Center has rated six Super Duper games as must haves.  I was given the opportunity to review three of these great games.


     The first game we received was Which One Doesn't Belong? Secret Decoder Super fun Deck.  This game includes 100 double sided cards that challenges children to choose which of the six items on the list does not belong.  There are two levels of cards.  Level one has a red border and the item that does not belong is very different from the other items on the list.  Level two cards have a blue border and the answer choices are a little harder to figure out.  After making their choice players can check their answers by using the secret decoder key.  The cards and decoder key come in a sturdy tin box to keep all the materials in one place.  Jayden really needed some mommy time so we took this game and went to play in his room.  We sat together and just went through the cards taking turns trying to decide which item does not belong.  Jayden really liked using the decoder key to check our answers.  Not only did we saw why something doesn't belong, but we briefly discussed why items did or did not belong and named the catergory of the items.  Jayden was challenged by the level one cards.  This game is for 6 years and up.  This is a fun game and I really like that it can be used in a few different ways for different educational goals.


     The second game we received was Ring Bling.  In this game children will choose a card and act out what it says to do, usually something silly.  Then they spin the spinner to find out how many rings they will get for their happy hand.  But watch out you might have to give your ring to your friend.  The child that earns the most rings will win the game. Some of the learning areas for this game includes following directions, pretending, and thinking creatively.  Children could also work on articulation, language, reading, and math skills.  Jayden was a little unsure of this game at first.  He saw all the rings and immediately thought it was for girls.  But he joined me to play and quickly discovered how much fun it is.  Doing the motions on the cards is really funny and we had a great time with just that.  When it came to adding rings to our happy hands Jayden was excited to find sports rings.  There are rings with basketballs, footballs, baseballs, etc.  Jayden told me he wanted to collect all the "sports rings".  Once the game went on he was very determined to win and have all the sports rings on his fingers.  And he did win the game.  This game could be used in different ways, including just using the cards and follow the directions to do some fun silly things.  This game is for ages 5 and up. 


     The last game I received was Vocabulary Chipper Chat.  This game is for building language and vocabulary skills that align with the national core curriculum objectives for grades K-5.  This game has 12 colorful game board designs with five copies of each, that is 60 total boards.  That means you can have up to five children play at a time.  There are 12 different vocabulary skills that this game works on including:
  • Analogies
  • Associations
  • Attributes
  • Categories
  • Compare & Contrast
  • Context Clues
  • Figurative Language
  • Functions

  • Homonyms
  • Homophones
  • Synonyms & Antonyms
  • Verbs

     By using this 1 game with twelve different game boards you can address a variety of vocabulary and language skills in a classroom, in therapy, or one on one.   Each set of game boards represents a category in vocabulary chipper chat.  There are so many different ways to play this game and so many vocabulary and language skills to learn.  Jayden and I played this this game with the categories boards.  When I read the words Jayden would pick out what category the items all went into.  We would discuss if there were different categories that we could use also, like foods and more specific fruits.  We had a lot of fun with this game and identifying the categories.  I really like that the game has so many ways to play and learn from.  I am sure this game will keep Jayden learning for years.  This game is for K-5th grade.

     I really like that Super Duper has games that can be adjusted and used for many purposes.  Many of the games come with different ways to play.  Super Duper is a great place for teachers, speech therapists, and moms to get fun learning games.  



 Buy it: Just for Laughs  $24.95
              Ring Bling  $29.95
              Super Duper StoryMaker App (iOS) $4.99
              Vocabulary Chipper Chat  $64.95
              WH Question Cards App (iOS) $11.99
              Which One Doesn't Belong?  $34.95


 Win it:  One (1) Arizona Mama reader will win their choice of Super Duper games from this list: Just for Laughs, Ring Bling, Super Duper StoryMaker App (iOS), Vocabulary Chipper Chat, WH Question Cards App (iOS), Which One Doesn't Belong?   

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Thank you to Super Duper Publications for sponsoring the review & giveaway
 I was provided the above mentioned products in order to provide a review. I was not compensated in any way. All thoughts and opinions are my own and not influenced. disclosure

34 comments:

  1. I'd love to have the 200 More Sight Words Super Fun Deck

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  2. I'd choose the Vocabulary Chipper Chat

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  3. I also like their MagneTalk Match-up Around The World.

    colljerr at comcast dot net

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  4. I would choose their Ring Bling Game.

    colljerr at comcast dot net

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  5. I like the 400 Sign Language Cards

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  6. I would like the WHAT ARE THEY ASKING deck.

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  7. I would choose JUST FOR LAUGHS. We would have a rollicking good time playing that with our grandchildren.

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  8. I think the Move Your Body Fun Deck looks fun

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  9. I would choose the ring bling game

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  10. I also like the 204 Fold & Say Social Skills Book.

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  11. I would select Just For Laughs.

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  12. I really like the MagneTalk Match-up Adventures Kit (with Barrier. My son uses a similar one in speech therapy and loves it.

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  13. I would pick vocabulary chipper chat. Sounds like a great product.

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  14. I like the 100 Grammar Tickle Stories book

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  15. I'd choose the Vocabulary Chipper Chat.

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  16. I like the Animal Foam Mirrors

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  17. I would choose Ring Bling for my children

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  18. The look who's listening game looks fun.

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  19. I would probably choose ring bling for my girls

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  20. Artic Chipper chat would also be fun!

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  21. I'd choose vocabulary chipper chat.

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  22. I would like to win the Vocabulary Chipper Chat.

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  23. From the website, I would be interested in trying the 400 Sign Language Cards for my 2 boys.

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  24. I would like Go for the Dough Board Game

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  25. I would choose voc chipper chat!

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  26. I think the Pirate Talk Board Game looks fun.
    Michelle Tucker

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  27. I would like the What Are They Asking.
    Thanks for the chance!

    raceracegirl at yahoo dot com

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  28. I would like to win the Vocabulary Chipper Chat.
    Thanks for the chance!

    raceracegirl at yahoo dot com

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  29. I love the Vocabulary Chipper Chat game. Its good for my 9 yrs. old daughter.Knowledge and fun at the same time.

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