Candyland Board Game
Students master essential phonics skills�as they race to a medieval castle collecting long vowel sounds, cross a treacherous ravine using blends and digraphs, speed through a harbor in search of short vowels, and more! Complete library includes all 4 games shown, each with an 18" x 18" game board. For 2-4 players. Each game also available separately below.
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Buy the Candy Land™ How Sweet Mini Bulletin Board Set at Michaels. com. Eureka Mini Bulletin Board Sets are a great way to spice up any bulletin board, hallway, wall and classroom space with fun designs and themes. Eureka Mini Bulletin Board Sets are a great way to spice up any bulletin board, hallway, wall and classroom space with fun designs and themes. Add some fun and color to your classroom with this Candy Land bulletin board set! Details: Coordinates with other Candy Land products For ages
Candy Land Nostalgia Edition Board Game - Everything you remember of your favorite board game is included in this limited Nostalgia Edition of the classic Candy Land Board Game. Featuring the charming and colorful 1962 graphics, vintage components, and a collectible storage tin.
University Games Kids On Stage Board Game. Bravo, Encore! Kids love to get into the act, and this charades game is made especially to put your youngster in the spotlight! In this game, every player gets in the act on every turn, so it's ideal for home or school play. And there is no reading required, so little ones can play without help from Mommy or teacher. Encourage creativity and communication skills while having active fun. It's a game the whole family can play-- and enjoy. National Parenti
We designed our sturdy memory game pieces with little hands in mind. Playful illustrations and the preschool-perfect task of finding matches: let the games begin! 24 die-cut cards make 12 matches. To play, lay the cards facedown and take turns flipping over two at a time. Do you have a match? Set them aside! If not, turn them facedown again, but try to remember where they are. Even playing on their own, children will be happily absorbed in making matches and telling stories starring the cheerful