Double Duel Homophone Game

first_imgEncourages peer interaction, taking turns, and socializationGreat for speech therapyClick here to learn more about Double Duel!Share this…TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmailPrint Related5 Board Games that Encourage Developmental SkillsJune 7, 2017In “Products and Devices”Mental Blox GameJanuary 31, 2018In “Toys”11 Blindfold games for the visually impairedSeptember 2, 2015In “Apps” The first player to buzz in and answer correctly keeps the card.  If the first player is incorrect, other players buzz in again for a chance to answerIf not one answers correctly, the card goes to the back of the boxThe first player to 10 cards wins Features of Double Duel:Contents include:4 multi-colored buzzers200 double-sided cardsActivity Guide Each buzzer requires 2 AAA batteries (not included)Ages 7 and up3 or more playersPlayers build vocabulary by identifying words based on a descriptionThey also practice and learn definitions of words that sound the same but have different meanings Learning and practicing homophones is often challenging.  Learning Resources offers a fun game, called Double Duel, that encourages children to practice their homophones!  It is a high-speed homophone game that requires active listening and vocabulary skills.The Double Duel game engages players with four buzzers that each make a different sound: boxing bell, doorbell, honk honk, and boing.  In addition to the four buzzers, the game also includes 200 color-coded cards (level 1 = purple, level 2 = red).Here’s how to play:  Each player presses a buzzer, one at a time, so all players know the buzzer soundsPlace the box of cards in the middle of the play area so all players can reachChoose a player to read first.  Draw a card and read both clues to other player(s).  All players, except the reader, can buzz in.Example: “Q: It’s a color.  The wind did this. A: Blue/Blew”last_img

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *