Learning Resources Fox In The Box Position Word Activity Set, Phonics Game, Preschool, 65 Piece Set, Ages 3+

Learning Resources Fox In The Box Position Word Activity Set, Phonics Game, Preschool, 65 Piece Set, Ages 3+

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Learning Resources Fox in a Box- Position Word Activity Set is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 21.
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Kids will practice rhyming and build their vocabulary through simple phonics game play. Great for learning to follow 2- and 3-step directions. Game features a hat, box, tree, and chair, along with 16 picture cards, 20 activity cards, one double-sided spinner, and multiple instructional rhyming games and activities. Largest objects measure approximately 3"H. Perfect for ages 3 and up.

Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Rhyming Positions I received this game as part of an incentivised review program. I am a elementary teacher in Illinois. I think this game is great for peopkle looking for a cute game to have Pre K through first graders learn about positional words. The rhyming make the game a little silly and fun for these studnets. It is engaging and interactive as children place the picture cards on, in, over, below, etc. the colorful rhyming objects. The back of the box clearly and accurately depicts the contents of the box. I would recommend this product to teachers as part of a center and parents as part of a learning game at home. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This game is great for social development. The 3 and 4 year olds in my class love playing board games! This is not a game that can be set out for the children to play by themselves (at this age) but playing in small groups with the teacher is perfect. Position words and actions are necessary for social development but since its in game form it's fun! When we say, "Can you line up behind Joe?" Behind is a hard concept. When the child picks up a Bee and spins the spinner and it says Behind, "Put the Bee Behind the Tree" is a concept they can grasp rather quickly. The rhyming words and different levels of play for different age groups is excellent. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Teaching positional words is fun! My students were very creative and sometimes a little silly while doing the positional words. They were really having a good time as I read the cards to them and they placed their items in the appropriate places. The cards and the props are sturdy and can withstand multiple uses. The props are also very colorful and attractive. The small picture cards can also be used for initial sounds. They can name the item, and tell what letter it starts with. This is a great set to teach positional words and I would recommend it to everyone. This set was given to me as part of an incentivized review program.
Date published: 2017-04-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun with an adult/older child This set was given to me as part of a review program and I liked it. While it's a game that needs to be played with an adult or older child that can read, it was interactive, brightly colored, and seems durable (we have only had it a few weeks). The packaging holds the pieces nicely for storage. The different types of skills that can be used (spinner use, reading, rhyming) as well as the obvious intent of the game are helpful in developing multiple skills at differing age levels. I liked that it was 'easy enough' to play in one sitting without having to reference the directions for every little thing and has some level of creativity that can still be used to 'make it your own' based on needs.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great idea... I love the idea of this product. It is very versatile (rhyming, position words, reading skills). The colors are bright and appealing. I like that the cards are color coded. I wish the pieces used were plastic and not cardboard pictures. This would have made the game more appealing to my students and more durable. Younger children need to play this with an adult or person who can read the position words. This would be something I would take out to use one on one with a student or in a small group. I received this item as part of an incentive review program.
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for those just learning to play structured games This is a fun game to work on prepostional concepts, multistep directions and some basic vocabulary words. This has been a great game to use with my pre-school population that is just learning to play more structured games. As a speech-Language Pathologist, this has been a great tool to use for my students who are working on location concepts and novel 1 and 2 step directions. The direction cards have great visual cues which serve as good reminders for the students. I like that students are able to use this toy to give me directions as well. The direction cards are a lighter weight card-stock, so I laminated them to prevent them from being bent up or ripped. The rest of the toys are a nice plastic. The kids love the manipulatives and hiding the object cards. It has been a fun and interactive way to learn to play games as well as preposition words.
Date published: 2017-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a great product I got this for my nephew and he had difficulty understanding what to do with it at first. But when we sat down and played with it together, he became interested. I loved that he had a way to show off to his auntie that he knew his colors and numbers and animal sounds. I'm so glad I gave this to him! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-08-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fun game but challenging for beginner readers I really like the concept of this game and large pieces make it fun and interactive for students. I am writing this review because those purchasing it should be aware the directional cards of this game are challenging for most four and five years old. I purchases this to use during center time to increase student's positional vocabulary, for a group of Pre-K children, ranging from beginning readers to at-risk students. Though the student really enjoyed the game, unless the students can read positional words, they cannot play the game independent from an adult. There is both a limited number of picture cards and Rubik cards available for students. Rubik cards use words for positional direction, making it difficult for beginning readers. Picture cards can be miss interpreted by students. The rhyming words are not always correct, like box and clock or box and rock. I am not going to toss this game aside but will use it in a teacher directed center vs. an independent center.
Date published: 2017-05-08
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