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Bananagrams Bananagrams en Español (Spanish Bananagrams)

Si usted disfruta de Scrabble y Boggle, usted está listo para Bananagrams-el juego de fichas de letras que cierra perfectamente en un estuche en forma de plátano y ofrece diversión en cualquier momento y en cualquier lugar. Para 2-8 jugadores, edad 7-97, es un juego de ritmo rápido en el que debe construir su propio crucigrama. Todo el mundo juega a la vez - no hay que esperar! Es una herramienta de aprendizaje, una actividad familiar, un divertido juego no electrónico que agudiza sus habilidades de palabra.

If you enjoy Scrabble and Boggle, you're ready for Bananagrams- the game of letter tiles that zips neatly into a banana-shaped case and provides fun anytime and anywhere. For 2-8 players, age 7-97, it's a quick-paced game where you build your own crossword. Everyone plays at once - no waiting! It's a learning tool, a family activity, a non-electronic fun game that sharpens your word skills.
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Very fun. Helps to learn Spanish. Divertido Juego.

Date:September 10, 2013
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SilviaN
Location:Chicago, IL
Age:45-54
Gender:female
Yes. If you like other word games you will probably like this. These are alphabet letter tiles for the Spanish language. The instructions are clear on the number of tiles you need, depending on the amount of people playing, and other details that make the game fun. The game instructions are in both English and Spanish. You make your own words, competing against other players at the same time. Each letter is assigned points that you add up. This is a great game for making Spanish fun, since easy to write words can be formed. I used this to help middle school - Highschoolers learn and write basic Spanish, and they had fun. I asked them to make a sheet of paper with Spanish words on it, that everyone could see, so they would not be too frustrated if they couldn't think of any words. After each round each student would say and spell their words in Spanish, then translate the word into English, and then add up and say their points in Spanish. We add words to the Spanish word list as we think of them. Fun for homeschoolers.
Fun for Spanish speakers.
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