We bought this game to play as a family with our 2 and 6 year olds. It is really helping my 6 year old understand the differences between common and proper nouns as well as adjectives. My 2 year old enjoys being part of it and spinning the arrow. It makes for a fun game/learning night together. Highly recommend it!
What a great way for kids to learn and practice different basic parts of speech! 4 of my kids are all at the introductory-intermediate ages for learning the parts of speech, and one is middle school age, but this game is great for all levels of grammar education. Whether they’re totally new to this, have some knowledge and experience, or quite a bit, this game is perfect for everyone to play and learn together and have fun at the same time! A couple of my kids would struggle with getting the proper and common nouns mixed up. This game has been a great reinforcement for them with that concept as well as facilitated increasing their ability to identify which words are adjectives, verbs, and nouns. We love it! I also want to add that I think it would be great if, in the future, G&B could create a similar one or an “expansion” version that adds in things like prepositions, adverbs, etc. Nevertheless, this is a great game and I highly recommend it!
This game is super cute and fun! My kids have a hard time remembering
What a fun game. Some of my kids struggle to remember common and proper nouns, and others are just learning them. We went to the storefront today for the new game! We have already played several rounds and my kids are making the connections with the differences! I highly recommend this fun family game.
This engaging 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+. Suggested for reading levels 1+. Contains one spinner, 48 playing cards plus instructions and key, and 16 colored game pieces all in a sturdy box.
Pair with the Treehouse Town book set by Jenny Phillips to make this game even more meaningful!
*An Original Game from The Good and the Beautiful*
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