Category Archives: Games

Winner Announced for Konexi Giveaway!

Congratulations to our winner of the Konexi Giveaway! Alexis is the random winner. I know you will enjoy this game and I look forward to your comments on how you use it with kids! Thanks to all my readers who … Continue reading

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Free Give-Away of a Wonder Forge Game

This week starts my give-aways of great games by The Wonder Forge. This unique and talented company creates games that elicit language through clever activities or pretend play. Kids love these games and adults do too. Best of all, kids … Continue reading

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Back to School Speech Therapy Apps

As we speech therapists head back to school or start up our practices after summer vacation, we are always on the hunt for new, exciting and effective therapy activities. Since kids are using iPads, iPods and iPhones so much to … Continue reading

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“Angelina Ballerina Dance with Me! Game” Wins PAL Award

I had a chuckle as I walked past a little girl in her fluffy pink tutu the other day at a local farmer’s market. She didn’t seem one bit overdressed in what had to be her precious dance outfit. Now … Continue reading

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Richard Scarry’s Busytown Busy Busy Airport Game” Wins PAL Award

Want a great, flexible game that is loads of fun to use in Speech therapy sessions or family game night with your preschoolers? “Richard Scarry’s Busytown Busy Busy Airport Game” encourages pretend play within the game using props from Richard … Continue reading

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“Word On the Street Junior” Wins PAL Award

This “wacky war of words” was unique and got even more fun, the longer we played it. The street is divided for two teams and the letter tiles of the alphabet run down the median strip. A team selects a … Continue reading

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“Kidoozie Twist and Turn Ring Toss” Great Toy for Summer Fun

Take a little twist on the usual ring toss by adding some angles, movement and music and the family fun is multiplied. Kids engage in a little problem-solving as they can vary the the configurations of the sticks with many … Continue reading

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“Sorry! Sliders Cars 2” Free Giveaway This Week!

In order to rev your mood for the soon-to-be released “Cars 2” movie, Play on Words is  having a FREE GIVEAWAY of the new “Sorry! Sliders Cars 2” game by Hasbro. A winner will be chosen this Friday! How to … Continue reading

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“Silly Situations” by Discovery Bay Games Wins PAL Award

Kids love to giggle at silly situations, so add to that the challenge of solving a problem using three unrelated object cards to tell your story. What’s a person to do if his ice cream cone is melting all over … Continue reading

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“Buzz Blast” by Discovery Bay Games Wins PAL Award

One of my favorite new games just out for fun and building language skills is “Buzz Blast” by Discovery Bay Games. With four different games within a game, kids of different skill levels can compete and anyone can be successful. … Continue reading

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