Educational Insights Word on the Street Junior

Buckle up and bring the fun of Word on the Street to the entire family with Word on the Street Junior! Draw a category card and set the timer to think of the best possible word to fit the selected category. Move the letters in your chosen word to your side of the street before time runs out! First player to move a letter all the way off the street keeps the tile! The first team to move 8 tiles across the street wins! This easy-to-learn and fun-to-play word game helps to develop vocabulary skills, creative thinking skills, and encourages teamwork. Perfect for 2–8 players!

Product Features

  • Easy-to-learn and fun-to-play word game helps to develop vocabulary skills, creative thinking skills, and encourages teamwork
  • Includes game board, 26 letter tiles, 108 category cards (216 categories), card holder, 30-second sand timer and game guide
  • Place all letters in the center of the board. Flip the timer-that player has 30 secondsto come up with an answer-in the category!
  • Player moves the tiles found in the answer 1 space at a time toward their side of the street. The first player or team to claim 8 letter tiles wins!
  • Perfect for 2 players or teams!

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|| Comments

    By Anonymous on July 13, 2017

    I have a lot to say about this game- all awesome things, with one suggestion…I thought this game looked interesting and wondered if it would work with the Phonics based program that I use (which includes 70 phonograms, many of which are multi-letter). Upon opening the box, I found it to be a very nicely made, sturdy, tri-fold board, with a good storage container for the cards, although the box seems a little too big for the product. You don’t even have to punch out any of the letter…

    By Anonymous on July 13, 2017

    This game is awesome for all ages! I played first with my five year old son. He thought of the words that answered the simple question cards (such as something that is brown) and I told him the letters he had to slide to his side. We had a blast when the letters were on his side of the street and then moved to my side after it was my turn. It was a lot of back and forth so it kept the game exciting. I then played with my 8 and 10 year olds. This was so exciting to see them spell the words. I…

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