Great game for home or on the go. For younger children the categories may be too difficult but it's fine bc the game allows you to change categories (or letters) if you're stuck. It makes them think. A good game adults can play with kids without getting too redundant. Overall-good game for all ages and portable too.
I bought this for my 7-year-old daughter to try and get her mind off her electronics! She’s in love with the game and it’s kind of fun for the adults honestly! Lol
As a speech language pathologist in a low income elementary school, I used this game with my 4th and 5th grade language impaired students and they really liked it. These students have trouble with word recall and categorization. They felt as though they were playing against the toy and not each other, which is a positive. This game would be too challenging for my younger students, but the 4th and 5 th graders really enjoyed it.
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