I have a princess loving girl. I’m all for it to a degree, but a lot of princess type books do not foster the character I want to see develop in my child. Anyway, we have discovered my daughter also loves adventure/mystery stories. I love that these books are easy for her to read and don’t really cater specifically to boys or girls. We haven’t played the game much but I think we will use it more soon and we have just started covering compound words in language arts.
We haven’t tried a game we didn’t love YET! Can’t go wrong with these, they’re so well done.
This is a fun and simple matching game that helps children understand compound words. It is a great game to have that small children can play together or even independently while you work one on one with someone else.
My boys love “Memory” or matching games. This was such a great way to practice compound words. Beautiful illustrations, and a fun and effective reading tool.
I have a 2 and 6 year old that I bought this for. It is a simple way to help them understand compound words. My 2 year old enjoys being part of it and can match the words based on the matching lighthouses. Because the lighthouses only match when the words go together it makes it a great game for all ages!
The Luke and Lily of the Lighthouse: Compound Words memory game teaches compound words (when two words are combined to create a new word) in a fun, engaging way with lighthouses beautifully illustrated by Ecaterina Leascenco, who also illustrated the Luke and Lily of the Lighthouse books. The game also expands memory and brain function for developing minds.
For added fun, find as many compound words as you can in Luke and Lily of the Lighthouse books!
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