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We have several unit of Speller Jr Games in NEW Condition and wish to let go at RM28.20 with Cash & Carry and Self Collect from
Kids Station Marketing Sdn Bhd
Lot 3-003A, 3rd Floor, Endah Parade (AEON Big), 1, Jalan 1/149E, 57000 Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur.
SHOP Open 7 Days a Week from 11am to 7pm
Feel free to WhatsApp/ SMS/ Call Kids Station at 012-2244202 or 012-2211410 or 012-4466733 email : email@example.com should you need further information.
Speller Jr Games
Skills Your Child Will Practice :
* Object and word recognition
* Letter recognition and letter matching
* Sorting and grouping
* Concentration and memory
* Taking turns and sharing
What are the special features?
- One simple game that encourages many skills
- Encourages bonding time with your child
- Lightweight and portable
* 30 pieces of Picture Card and 60 English Words
* Speller Jr Game Tray
* 8 units of Letter Cubes
The game contained the Speller Junior game tray, 30 picture/word cards with 3- and 4-letter words (printed on both sides, so there are 60 pictures in total) and 8 letter cubes. The plastic tray holds the card, with four slots to fill in the letter cubes to spell the word as in the picture on the specific card. Each card has a 3-letter word on one side and a 4-letter word on the other side.
Besides teaching how to spell, the Speller Junior gives a number of other skills for a child to practice with:
-Object and word recognition
-The child recognizes the object on the card and the word for that object, a preparation for reading readiness.
-Letter recognition and matching
-To spell a word, the child must be able to recognize the letter or alphabet. This would also enable the child the find the letter on the cubes to match the letters on the card.
-Concentration and memory
-The child glances at the picture and the word, then flip the Word Cover over the word. The child is no longer matching the letters, but is actually spelling the whole word from memory.
-Taking turns, sharing and playing together
-The game can be varied for 2 players or more. Children take turns spelling the words on the cards. The player who spells correctly
-you can play by letter matching for young children and spelling from memory for older kids
-keeps the card. The person who has more cards in the end, wins.