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Scrabble Junior

Scrabble Junior

  • Now children can enjoy the fun and challenge of Scrabble at their own level
  • Colourful pictures help turn the letters into words
  • Flip the board over, and older children can enjoy making words all by themselves
  • In this simplified SCRABBLE game children cross words and try to reach the coloured squares
  • Age 6-10 years.

Junior Scrabble lives up to its claim of being an “ideal introduction for children to the world’s favourite game”. Choose one of 2 levels to suit the age group of the players: young children can start with “Words and Pictures”, a game specially created to help with word formation and recognition. “Rainbow Scrabble” is more challenging and is intended for children aged 6 and older, having been specially formulated to introduce players to the adult version of Scrabble, though with a far simpler scoring system Suitable for ages 6 years     Now children can enjoy the fun and challenge of Scrabble at their own level     Colourful pictures help turn the letters into words     Flip the board over, and older children can enjoy making words all by themselves     In this simplified SCRABBLE game children cross words and try to reach the coloured squares     Ages 5  

2 Responses to Scrabble Junior

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    13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Scrabble Junior, 16 April 2014
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    Janet

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    An excellent introduction to the game. The idea of the blue tokens for each word made, very good. Bought for 6 – 7 year olds.
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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    u and n easy to muddle up, 13 Feb. 2016
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    Great game to play as a family with our 4 and 7 year old, with the 4 year old needing a bit of help but a great way for her to learn her letters. Really frustrating that the ‘n’ has a line underneath to show that it is a ‘n’ but the ‘u’ doesn’t so we were right at the end of the level 1 game before we realised we couldn’t finish because we had run of ‘u’ tiles after we’d used them as ‘n’. We now know for next time.

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