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Toy Story 3 Scrabble Junior
- Two fun word games in one!
- Level 1: words and pictures
- Level 2: colours and counters
- Suitable for ages 5-10
- Up to 4 players can join the fun!
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Disney Pixar Toy Story 3 junior scrabble brought to you by Mattel is a great Christmas gift idea for kids everywhere! Children will love playing the classic word association board game scrabble on their own level, hard enough to test them but fun and enjoyable at the same time! With two levels, level 1 with helpful words and pictures and level 2 with colours and counters, the Disney Pixar Toy Story 3 junior scrabble board game can be enjoyed by kidâ€TMs aged between five and ten! A winner for both boys and girls too, up to four children can get involved with the junior scrabble fun!Perfect for cold winter evenings indoors kids will be able to expand their minds with the challenging game where children aim to cross words and try and reach their allocated coloured squares! Children can look forward to playing scrabble with friends and family giving them a break from the television and video games they normally play! Purchase your kids their very own Disney Pixar Toy Story 3 junior scrabble game today from This Is It Famous Value Stores, donâ€TMt hesitate buy now because when theyâ€TMre gone theyâ€TMre gone!
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So why don't I like it? The problem for me is with the pre-printed words for younger children. They are pretty much all characters from the Toy Story films, in other words proper nouns. Aside from the fact that this is flagrant disregard for the rules of Scrabble (which Mattel are changing anyway), its educational value is seriously diminished. Words like 'Hamm' and 'Lotso' just don't help improve language skills. Perhaps I'm being a crusty purist, but I would much rather play the game as it was first created, with ordinary words. If the board had used words like 'cowboy', 'space' and 'ranger', the franchise tie-in would have been maintained without losing the integrity of the original game. Disappointing.
Will be OK when our daughter (currently 5) can graduate to the older board but I would NOT say it is is suitable for 5-10 year olds, maybe 6/7 yr olds upwards (will see when our daughter reaches that age) and she lost interest in it very quickly. Why they felt the need to mess with the original words I don't know, but it could almost have done with a warning, or a least a picture of the younger board so you can see what you're getting. As per other review - stick to the original (although I understand there is a spanish/english version of Dora The Explorer Scrabble that might be useful for bi-lingual children)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for my 5 year old who has just started school, its a great family game that both fun and educational 😀Published on 4 Dec. 2012 by Michelle
Bought this for my 6 year olds birthday and we have enjoyed playing it as a family game. My 4 year old - who is toy story mad- is also able to join in. Read morePublished on 10 July 2011 by jakesbakescakes
Bought this for my 5 year old nephew who loves it. He is already improving his spelling abilities through using the game. Money well spent and highly recommended. Read morePublished on 30 Dec. 2010 by samander