DK Games: Silly Sentences
(as of Dec 24,2019 07:28:31 UTC – Details)
The perfect game to practice grammar skills learned in the first three years of school, and developed in association with early learning consultants, DK Games: Silly Sentences uses fun puzzle pieces to help children construct sentences—no matter how silly their meaning.
An exciting game for 1-4 players, children and adults can enjoy it together as the younger players learn about nouns, verbs, adjectives, and more with the help of 124 color-coded cards, and construct an almost endless possibility of sentences. An illustrated instruction sheet helps parents and teachers guide children through the game step by step.
It’s time to get silly while practicing grammar with the little ones in your life with DK Games: Silly Sentences.
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