This fast-paced word game will strengthen quick-thinking skills and leave everyone wondering which way is up! Players roll the die to determine a category (such as "Games & Hobbies" or "In the Kitchen") and then draw a card. The first player to figure out the jumbled letters shouts out the word to win the card. You may need to read from right to left or from the bottom up, and unique fonts and rotated letters add to the topsy-turvy challenge. The player to collect 20 cards first wins! Includes 540 word cards and 1 large die. For 2 or more players.
Age Recommendation:Ages 10 and up
The PAL Award is the only industry recognition focusing on the best toys, games and books that not only entertain, but also inspire kids and caregivers to engage in rich communication and interaction.
"Kids love this game and moms said they kept talking about it, waiting for me to come again and play! Everyone was successful and almost surprised when they figured out a word. Some were recognized immediately and others had to be decoded, rotating possible letters, thinking in a new way." - Sherry Artemenko
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Established by respected speech and language expert Sherry Artemenko, the PAL Award recognizes exceptional toys, games and books that, through their design, content, quality, and character, promote play that advances language. PAL winners in the hands of kids spark fun and creative play with lots of talk!
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