Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Jepper Peepers by Super Duper

From their website:
" Am I a monkey? A hamburger? An astronaut? How many questions will it take to find out?

That’s the question on everyone’s minds—or glasses—in Jeepers Peepers, The Ask and Answer Question Game that builds questioning skills, describing skills, categorizing skills, problem solving skills, and more! Have one student put on the glasses. Place a photo card in the Peepers slot without showing it to the student. Have the student face the other players and ask yes/no questions to find out what he/she is! Then, have everyone play!"
Jeepers Peepers comes with 101 photo cards in five categories: Animals, Food, People, Things, and Transportation.
Jeepers Peepers includes:
  • 6 pairs of Jeepers Peepers glasses
  • "My Cue Cards"
  • 101 photo cards (4" x 5")
  • Spinner and bingo chips
  • Instruction booklet

Cost: $29.95  Get 30% off if you purchase it before August 31, 2012! Just enter the coupon code: BLGJP30.

The Bentz Test Laboratory has found a new favorite game!  Jeepers Peepers has everyone playing here!

It's an easy game to pick up and start playing.  But, don't be fooled - there is some serious learning going on here! 

My Testers enjoyed having a game that everyone could play - ages 14-3.  And with several speech therapy clients, I was excited to see a game that was both fun for all, and helping develop skills we've been working on!

You put on the fun (or goofy...if you're 14 - but, he's a good sport!) glasses, put in a picture card and then you take turns asking questions to see what your picture is.  Here's where you get to sneak in the learning... with the asking questions!  The older children are working on deductive reasoning and categorizing, the youngers are expanding their vocabulary, learning shapes, colors and more.

Fun! Fun! Fun! 

Be sure to stop by Super Duper Publications and check out their HUGE catalog of products.  If you have any special need learners, you're going to love this resource!

See what other members of the TOS Review Crew thought here.

I was sent a complimentary game in exchange for my honest opinion as part of the TOS Review Crew.


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