My kids wish there was more books in the series because they love the story and characters so much. Ever week my nine year old is asking to play the game and it helping her get better at her grammar terms.
Adorable story that was very engaging for my 8 and 6 year old. I read it aloud and we finished the book in a day because they didn’t want me to stop reading. And we love the game! Verbs, nouns, adjectives are something my 6 year old now finally gets now thanks to this fun game. It’s things like this that makes homeschooling so sweet for both the mom and kids 🙂 thank you good and beautiful!
My daughter loves to read. Generally, she will read a book and return it to our library shelf downstairs. But she enjoyed these books so much she asked if she could keep them in her room to read over and over and over again. I enjoyed them too! I thought they were very well written and engaging.
We loved this game and book set. My kids quickly got into the game, and they LOVED finding the pictures on their cards within the books. The books were wholesome and engaging. My 5 and 7 year old wanted to read straight through both books in one sitting. As a mom, I appreciated that the children always let their parents know before they took off on an adventure, and at times they even had to wait patiently for their parents to be available to go with them. My kids keep begging for more treehouse books too. We love them!
My daughter loved the books, but the game wasn’t very engaging to her and we lost interest quickly. I recommend using it to introduce parts of speech but if you have already covered it then it may be too easy.
With an enjoyable game and two part book set, children will be immersed in beauty and learning as they explore Treehouse Town.
The Treehouse Town books take readers on an exciting adventure with Ella and Jake as they discover new friends—and new problems to be solved.
When Ella and Jake find a treehouse in the woods, it is only one of several mysteries they encounter. Who are their new neighbors? Where is the mysterious light in the woods coming from? And who built this beautiful treehouse?
Ella’s dad went up the ladder, disappearing into the leaves.
“Oh, children!” he cried. “You’ll never believe what is up here!”
Book 1 – 63 pages
Book 2 – 99 pages
The Treehouse Town Parts of Speech Game helps children identify four basic parts of speech: common nouns, proper nouns, adjectives, and verbs. As children work to build a collection of treehouses, this simple game reinforces grammar principles in a fun way!
2 players, ages 6+. Contains one spinner, 48 playing cards plus instructions and key, and 16 colored game pieces all in a sturdy box.
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