Thursday, July 16, 2015

Win Your Super Genius Education Games from Blue Orange


I have two little boys in very different learning stages. My youngest is 2 1/2 and my oldest is going into 3rd grade. When I was contacted my Super Genius to review their new games I immediately jumped at the chance to review the Multiplication and the First Words.

Super Genius Multiplication:
This multiplication matching game focuses on single-unit multiplication equations (from 2 to 5) and helps prepare early learners for more complicated arithmetic to come. Find the pair between an equation and its product, two equations or two products.
Developed hand-in-hand with learning professionals, this Super Genius game was specifically created with early learners in mind.
This game can be played by yourself or with up to six players. It really makes simple multiplication fun for my son. One round usually last about 15 minutes which is a great amount of time for summer time learning! It helps him not loose those important math skills but does not feel like he is spending his summer doing "boring ole math!" We've really had a lot of fun with this and I am so glad we have it this summer to sharpen his math skills for his 3rd grade year!


Super Genius First Words
This reading matching game focuses on closed syllable and short vowel words and helps prepare early readers for more complicated language skills to come. There is always a match between any two cards. Find the pair between a word and its image, two images or two words.
Developed hand-in-hand with learning professionals, this Super Genius game was specifically created with early learners in mind.

Even though this game says that it is for ages 5 and up, I have been using it with my 2 1/2 year old because his older brother is highly gifted so I know the chances are that he is to. It is very important to stimulate my children and keep them interested and the First Words games does just that for him. My boys absolutely love matching things, so being able to pick a pair with the word and image is exciting for him. It can also be played with one person up to six...and lasts as long as you want it to!

 Win It: One lucky winner will receive a Super Genius Game of Choice from the list below:
  • First Words
  • Reading 1 
  • Reading 2
  • Addition
  • Multiplication 1
Rules: 
  1.  Please Use Giveaway Tools To Enter
  2. One Entry Per Household
  3. Chances of winning depend on entries received.
  4. Open to US residents 18 years and older
  5. All entries will be verified
  6. Winner has 48 hours to reply or another winner will be selected


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12 comments:

  1. I like their Spot It! Alphabet product.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  2. Pengoloo - The Fun South Pole Eggspedition!

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  3. NHL Fastrack looks like a lot of FUN! Fast lightning-speed, accuracy and just the right amount of chance to win.

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  4. I also entered the Nickelodeon: Bunch of Playdates.

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  5. My grandkids are know learning how to play dominoes. I am so excited, since my husband and me met at a dominoes competition a long time ago. Therefore, I would definitely would have to pick the bendable dominoes game.

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  6. I want to play Sketch It!. It looks like a lot of fun.

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  7. Chef Cuckoo! looks like alot of fun!

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  8. My grandson would like the Toy Story Game

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  9. Entered the Baby Prize pack Giveaway

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  10. I'd like to get the Spot It! Alphabet Disney Planes for my granddaughter. Thank you for the chance :)

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  11. I entered the Bialetti Saute Pan.

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  12. My son got a game similar to that at school called Mathgrab (http://www.mathgrab.com). Its so fun watching kids have fun learning, great idea!!

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