Wordsearch Junior Game Giveaway

With the emphasis placed firmly on fun, Wordsearch Junior also helps to develop young learners’ visual acuity.   The little ones can dive in straight away and search for images and patterns on the starter-level blue picture pattern cards. Here they will be developing those crucial early recognition and reasoning skills, such as sequencing and spatial awareness.

The next – red – level takes players through the picture hint cards – finding words with picture hints to help them in their search.

This prepares them for the green word-only cards, where they’ll be learning to look for consonant clusters and vowel combinations – increasing their reading skills without even realising it!  The vowels in the word puzzles are helpfully printed in red so children can easily distinguish them from consonants.

So how does it work? 

Wordsearch Junior is based on the same clever ‘turntable’ design of the original Classic Wordsearch! version, and is easily set up for play.  Clear assembly instructions are included in the box, and once you’ve selected a puzzle playing disk and inserted it onto the table-top ‘wheelbase’ you’re ready to go. The nine double-sided puzzle disks have three different levels covering a myriad of topics, so the game can be enjoyed by children aged 4 and upwards:

  • Blue for finding picture patterns and sequencing – choose from cards illustrating Zoo, Pets, Fruit, Fairy Tales, Faces and Balls;
  • Red for finding words with picture hints – featuring Summer Holiday, Garden, House, Forest, Farm and Animals;
  • Green for finding words – choose from Transportation, Sports, School, My Body, Food and Clothing.

The object of the game is to find the most words or pictures, and cover them with your coloured marking chips.

At the end of the game, the player with the most chips of their colour on the board wins!

Our Views

We really enjoyed this game. We started of with the pictures and harry enjoyed it but now he’s 4.5 and at school, he soon got bored and wanted to move on to the smaller words with pictures. I love how much fun he was having but had no idea he was learning in the process. He’s not ready to move onto the green games yet but I’m pleased because now I know it’s a game that will grow with him. He is so proud of himself when he gets one right on his own. I like how this teaches him to look for the whole word and not just the first letter. I also ask him to read what letters I need which he sees as a responsibility so is eager. I love how he loves to learn.

Also in a couple of years, Jack will be playing with it.

With Harry he started school after just turning 4 so didn’t have much time to learn words etc before school but Jack will be 4 in January and wont start until the following September so games like this will be great for preparing him.

This game is for ages 4+ for 1-4 players and has an rrp of £18.99

This is a big hit for us and I definitely recommend.

For Stockists visit www.drumondpark.com

I have been lucky enough to have been given the chance to offer one as a giveaway. To be in with a chance, just enter the rafflecopter I below..

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59 Responses to Wordsearch Junior Game Giveaway

  1. Tracy Nixon says:

    I enjoy playing junior scrabble with my four x

  2. kim plant says:

    monopoly junior xx

  3. Kim Carberry says:

    My girls would say Minecraft….hehehe
    I like playing Monopoly….

  4. laura banks says:

    trivial pursuit the family edition

  5. Kim Neville says:

    We like playing Cluedo

  6. Natalie Crossan says:

    Monopoly – hours and hours it goes on for!

  7. Laura S says:

    We like the card game of Nertz!!

  8. Kat Lucas says:

    We love playing Monopoly Junior

  9. Liam Bishop says:

    We love Orchard Games like Where do I live? and Shopping List so the younger kids can play as well.

  10. Fiona says:

    We love UNO!

  11. Pamela Gossage says:

    Monopoly

  12. stuart hargreaves says:

    junior scrabble is fun and educational

  13. Jen Schofield says:

    We’ve recently started playing card games like pairs and snap

  14. Becky Yeomans says:

    We love doing arts and crafts together as a family!

  15. kim jackson says:

    the card game go fish 😀 😀

  16. Christine Shelley says:

    The family enjoy Cluedo, although UNO just crept in !

  17. amy bondoc says:

    we love playing uno, we play almost every night just a quick game we love it!

  18. Ann-Marie Gould says:

    We love Gooey Louie and Head bandz

  19. simon tutthill says:

    snakes and ladders

  20. Kay Panayi says:

    We love paw patrol frustration at the moment

  21. Linda Ford says:

    We love to play yahtzee! Brings out the competitive side of us all xx

  22. melanie gregory says:

    connect four and hungry hippos

  23. Chloe Davies says:

    We love junior monopoly

  24. Sam Rhodes says:

    We love playing pop-o-pirate! my son is amazing at it!

  25. Zoe C says:

    Scrabble, we have the Simpsons version, the kids love it

  26. Sarah Mackay says:

    We love playing Cluedo and Cluedo junior as a family

  27. Anthony Harrington says:

    we like Frustration and Monopoly

  28. melanie stirling says:

    We like playing Uno and Pit.

  29. Harline Parkin says:

    We love monopoly so many different ones now but love the original

  30. Catherine McAlinden says:

    We play boy/girl/fruit/flower

  31. Claire Nutman says:

    We all love Cluedo x

  32. Jo Carroll says:

    Jenga is always great fun, especially the ‘big blocks’ garden version playing with my little boy. When he gets fed up of the actual game he spends hours playing with the blocks 😉

  33. RebeccaC says:

    We have a card game called Love Letters that everyone in the family loves to play.

  34. abigail edkins says:

    we love playing animal charades

  35. Fiona Rennie says:

    My son always wants to play Pie Face lol

  36. Kristy Brown says:

    Disney Trivial Pursuits

  37. Sarah Rees says:

    We enjoy playing Monopoly

  38. ADEINNE TONNER says:

    As a family we enjoy playing pie face the kids love that game

  39. Solange says:

    We enjoy playing Monopoly as a family.

  40. Pauline Hill says:

    all the family enjoy playing Monopoly

  41. Pauline Hill says:

    all the family enjoy playing Monopoly regulary

  42. Susan Smith says:

    We all love to play Frustration and Snakes and Ladders

  43. EMA J LOWE says:

    we enjoy playing the game of life

  44. Mel Turner says:

    Monopoly there are so many variants of it now

  45. Paul Halling says:

    We love game of life

  46. Sarah Lee says:

    We like playing Hungry hippos

  47. Janice Mackin says:

    Monopoly.

  48. leigh boyle says:

    frustration x

  49. Christina Curtis says:

    Frustartion!

  50. Tracy Newton says:

    We really enjoy playing with the Orchard Farm range of games and puzzles. They are well made, unique, fun and have something for all ages

  51. Sarah Ann says:

    We love playing Monopoly!

  52. Rebecca Smith says:

    buckaroo

  53. Victoria Hall says:

    We love playing Uno

  54. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    Hungry Hippos

  55. Kayleigh Devlin says:

    Jenga

  56. Jo W says:

    Top trumps

  57. Tinuke says:

    Ooh my daughter has this game and absolutely adores playing it! Glad it was a hit with you guys too!

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