Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Suplement School Learning with Super Duper Word FLIPS and MagnaTalk Match-up Adventure Kit with Barrier Plus $50 Gift Certificate Giveaway

I was provide the below mentioned products in exchange for my honest review. 


   By now school is in full swing for everyone, or at least I think it is.  Jayden has been in school for over a month and a half now.  It is almost parent teacher conference time already.  I am always looking for ways to help Jayden be prepared and advance in school.  Super Duper has so many great educational products to help supplement school learning.  I was recently sent Word FLIPS and MagnaTalk Match-up Adventure Kit with Barrier to review.

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    First we used the Word FLIPS.  Now this is an items for children with limited speech or are difficult to understand.  This helps to teach functional vocabulary words like greetings, and requests.  It includes three sections of identical picture words.  There are four tabs in each of the sections and divides the words by articulatory placement (Bilabial, Alveolar, Velar, and Palatal).  There are a few ways this can be used.  For early use with unintelligible children you can have them repeat identical sounds for practice.  For older and more verbal children they can practice a sequence of words.  The words can also combine and make new words, such as "tie and knee can make "tiny".  It comes with a list to make words and phrases that can be made using Word FLIPS.


      Jayden doesn't have and speech concerns, but I thought this set would be a fun way to practice word sounds, maybe some rhyming words, and word combinations.  When I got the chart out I admit that I really didn't know how to use it.  I was a little stuck at first.  But Jayden and I just went through and identified the words on the card.  He had fun making them all match and then repeating the word three times.  Then I found words that rhyme and had him say the rhyming words.  I could also put up two words that rhyme and 1 that doesn't and have him tell me which does not fit or the two that rhyme.  We had fun just playing with it.  We also used multiple words combined to make a single word.  This was fun for us to figure out.  This is really helpful when you have a child that needs to slow down their speech or do each syllable in the words.


     The second item we received was the MagnaTalk Match-up Adventure Kit with Barriers.  This fun product builds lots of language and listening skills.  This kit comes with 10 game boards, 2 sided magnetic dry erase table top easel, 10 magnets for each board (100 total), 34 page reproducible activity book with a CD Rom for easy printing, and a dry erase marker.  The CD Rom even has the pages translatable in French.  The barrier board is two sided so you could have two children use it at a time.  You slide in the game boards and get started.  There is tons ways to go with learning with this item.  It lends itself well to following directions, auditory memory, rhyming, listening, storytelling, deductive reasoning, basic concepts, vocabulary, giving directions, and categorization.  So depending on how you approach this there are a multitude of learning that can happen.      
     When I opened this set I was amazed at all that it comes with and how well built it all is.  First the board folds easily and even comes with a really nice bag.  It has a small opening at the top for placing the game boards in.  The board is dry erase and magnetic.  It is really sturdy, plus it opens and closes easily.  The bottom has 6 little peg legs and each has a little rubber stopper to keep it steady on any surface.  Unfortunately mine kept falling out.  I think a couple are lost and I just hope Evan is not the one that finds them.  The game boards are placed back to back so you just turn it around when you want to try a different landscape.  The magnets are thick and very well made.  Each magnet has a corresponding number to each card.  You can also use the board without the game boards.  Jayden tried using lots of different magnets to make his own scene.  I really like that the board is dry erase and can be used in that way.  When I first set it up Jayden thought he was going to paint. When he was done playing with it I was able to put all the game boards, magnets, and book into a plastic zipping sleeve and then the board along with the zipping sleeve into the larger pink bag.  I love how it stores so well.  Plus there is room if you added more to it.


     Super Duper Publications has so many great products to help your little one with learning.  I know after talking with a friend that is a Speech Language Pathologist she loves this store too.  Right now you can get 30% off site wide with the code D3FJFSRS until September 30, 2013.

Buy it: Word FLiPS
Magnetic Adventure Stories Match-Up Barrier Game 


Win it:  One (1) Arizona Mama reader will win a $50 GC to Super Duper.   

Enter in the Giveaway Tools form below! This giveaway will be open until 10/12 at 11:59PM (MST).  Open to US.




Thank you to Super Duper 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


21 comments:

  1. Granny's Candies looks fun

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  2. I like the Which One Doesn’t Belong?

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  3. I would get the #BGO146
    Flamingo Bingo and Lotto!

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  4. I would buy the Complex S Clusters Cards

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  5. I might buy Artic Chipper Chat!

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  6. I like their Hopping Frogs Board Game.

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  8. I would apply it towards getting the Pirate Talk Board Game.

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  9. I would probably get the Speech Steps book or something else from that section for my 8 year old son with autism.

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  10. I would get the Ask & Answer® WH Cards Who? What? When? Where? Why?

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  11. I think I'd get the 200 More Sight Words Super Fun Deck

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  12. If I won I think I would choose the
    Which One Doesn’t Belong?

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  13. I would get the First 100 Sight Words plus Sentence Building Super Fun Deck.

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  14. I would get some of the articulation flash cards. They have such excellent products that we used a lot when my older son was having speech therapy and articulation is something we are still working on.

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  15. I like the 200 More Sight Words Super Fun Deck.

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  16. I might get the 200 More Sight Words Super Fun Deck.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  17. I might get the 400 Webber® Sign Language Cards.

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  18. MagnaTalk Match-up Adventure Kit with Barriers. My little one loves stickers, and this may be an easier cleaner alternative.

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