FitzIt by Gamewright

Kids and adults had such fun playing FitzIt, generating words based on the attribute cards they drew. My favorite was: what is usually used for entertainment, can melt, is smaller than a golf ball and doesn’t need a plug or battery? Of course, a chocolate truffle! It is such fun to see what players create. The next player adds to the grid, using as many of his descriptor cards to connect horizontally or vertically to a card already played. FitsIt can build vocabulary and language as it requires players to think within a category as they move from general to specific,  adding additional descriptors and attributes. This little box of fun is portable for party play, therapy, or learning in the classroom.

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