Super Duper Publications Kids Learning Games Review-Giveaway!

Now that Hayley is getting close to 5 years old, education is a key part of our everyday play. While she loves playing dress up, coloring, and doing art projects, she also equally loves to learn! Games that incorporate her love of learning is always a household favorite here. Recently we found out about a company called Super Duper Publications,which features hundreds of creative, colorful educational and therapy materials for your children to learn and love.

Super Duper Publications warehouse of learning tools was for 27 years only available to therapists, teachers and special needs professionals. Today, they expanded to include the consumer market on their wonderful products. Super Duper Publications has won six Spring 2013 Seal of Approval this year alone.

Super Duper Publications features witty games designed and written by learning experts, yet cleverly disguised as fun. They have so many great learning products including games, IOS app games, card decks, and workbooks. These games are made for children to tap into imaginative play,while simultaneously learning and having fun!

DSC01791We had the chance to review of their 6 award winning games including Just for Laughs, Ring Bling, Super Duper StoryMaker App, Vocabulary Chipper Chat, WH Question Cards, and Which One Doesn’t Belong. All of these games retail from $4.99- $64.95. They have a great deal going on now on their Super Duper Publications Site where nearly everything is 20 percent off with a minimum order of $20 or more. After $20, there is also free shipping.

We decided to review the Vocabulary Chipper Chat as this is the ideal kindergarten game for fun and learning. The Vocabulary Chipper Chat is a fun and motivating magnetic chip game designed to help students with vocabulary and language skills and is geared towards the curriculum objectives of Grades K-5.DSC01793

It includes 12 colorful game board designs and 5 copies of each of the learning boards. You will have 60 total boards so mom/dad and child can play together. You can also add up to five children to play at the same time. There are 30 skill prompt cards for each skill including compare and contrasting, analogies, associations, attributes, categories, compare and contrast, context clues, figurative language, functions, homonyms, homophones, synonyms and verbs. It has just about everything that will be taught in schools. This game is used to enhance your child’s language schools and improve on them!DSC01796

Hayley and I used the game boards and skill prompt cards so she can begin her language skills. While she is on the young age for this game (recommended for K-5), she really got the hang of it and enjoyed learning! It was very neat to see her learn the meanings of associations, analogies, etc. that she will see in her school from this point forth.  It teaches different language concepts and are numbered in order of difficulty based on your child’s learning! Hayley  also loved how colorful the game boards were and they were basically indestructible. The game pieces are magnets, which are brilliant since they stay in place and can easily be removed with the included Magnet Wand. Hayley loves picking up the magnets with the wand. It was very cute!DSC01795

Be sure to check out Super Duper Publications today to learn about fun and educational learning products.

Win it:  One winner will receive one of the 5 Super Duper Publications games listed above. This giveaway is run via rafflecopter, so click read more to see the actual giveaway. The only mandatory entry, is to tell me what you like about Super Duper Publications in the comment section proceeding the post. While the other entries are optional, I highly suggest filling them out to increase your chances of winning. US only. Good luck!
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*I received the above product for review. All my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.


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  1. Amber Edwards says

    That is an awesome game!! My boys would probably even still enjoy it! I love how it helps learning and language!

  2. Jenna w says

    I like that kids are so excited to play these educational games. It’s educational toys like this that helped me get a leg up as a child!

  3. Laura A. says

    I think educational games are great! It’s fun to see kids enjoy learning and I think it helps the information “stick” when they can learn it in a fun way.

  4. Emi says

    I like the Vocabulary Chipper Chat game that you picked out for Hayley because it has nice bright colors and pieces that will help keep her interested. I will probably purchase Ring Bling from their site for the same reason. It is a game that teaches kids to follow directions (sort of like charades.)

  5. says

    I love that these games help to develop higher-order thinking skills. I tried using analogies with my class of 6th graders this year and many of them really struggled.

  6. Robin Wilson says

    I love that they are Award Winning games that are fun and educational. I also like that they can be played as a family! Super important to me!

  7. says

    We are constantly on the lookout for educational games for family game night. I also let the kids play short ones like this while I am cooking dinner. Thank you for the heads up!

  8. Karen Propes says

    I love how the products educational
    are so unique. I really like the Lids ‘n Lizards Magnetic Photo Vocabulary Game. But I’ve already made a list of games I want to get.

  9. Paol Trenny says

    I like how it incorporates creativity and playtime by way of teaching skills and techniques necessary for daily life

  10. Rebecca Lock says

    They are educational- I homeschool three of my kids and am always looking for games to help with learning.

  11. Candice Hull says

    I love that they are really age specific. They make it fun and interesting for the kids but they don’t “dumb it down”. Thanks!


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