WordSpin

WordSpin

# 003158

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Item #: 003158
Grades: PK-AD

Category Description for Wordspin Games:

Is it a puzzle, a game, or a spelling quiz? Depends on how you use it. I just love a portable product like this that practices real skills. It plays in the palm of your hand, with magnetic wheels imprinted with letters, that turn and can be rearranged for even more versatility. Each consonant is assigned a point-value for scoring the words constructed. All words around the wheel count, including words within words. It's kind of a Scrabble on wheels! The game is simple enough for a young child, yet challenging enough for an adult. Any number of people can play, either by taking turns or by supplying each with their own Wordspin. You can also make the game as simple or challenging as you want by varying rules of play. Choose from the original format (better for younger people) or the smaller keychain version.




Primary Subject
Spelling/Vocabulary
Grade Start
PK
Grade End
AD
EAN
728369820021
Format
Other
Brand Name
GeoSpace
Weight
0.6354 (lbs.)
Dimensions
8.5" x 6.0" x 2.25"
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I chose this to add to a spelling practice box to help my son with his spelling in a fun and different way.
Bethany S on Jul 27, 2020
Thought it would be a fun way for my kids to practice spelling
Lisa M on Nov 24, 2017
I chose this to add to a spelling practice box to help my son with his spelling in a fun and different way.
Bethany S on Jul 27, 2020
Hoping to make learning spelling fun. I showed my son a photo of this, as well as photos of Bananagrams and Appleletters. He chose Word Spin. I imagine it’s also better to take to restaurants, etc. because we don’t have to worry about losing pieces.
Christine K on Jan 8, 2018
Thought it would be a fun way for my kids to practice spelling
Lisa M on Nov 24, 2017
Hoping to make learning spelling fun. I showed my son a photo of this, as well as photos of Bananagrams and Appleletters. He chose Word Spin. I imagine it’s also better to take to restaurants, etc. because we don’t have to worry about losing pieces.
Christine K on Jan 8, 2018
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