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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Super Duper Publication TOS Review

Jeepers Peepers
by: Super Duper Publications
Coupon Code:    BLGJP30
Save 30%   Expires 8/31/12

$29.95 The “Ask and Answer” question game

This product is an auditory processing and listening skills learning game created by Sharon G. Webber. It is recommended for grades K and up / ages 5 & up. This games builds questioning skills, describing skills, categorizing skills, problem-solving skills, etc. This game has been the winner of 7 national awards.

The game comes with -    
*6 pairs of Jeepers Peepers glasses
*6 laminated cue cards set
*1 spinner & bingo chips
*101 photo cards (4x5)
*1 instruction booklet.

The photo cards have 5 categories on them: 
animals, food, people, things and transportation.
Note: You can purchase an extra set of 6 glasses for $11.95 and an extra set of 101 cards for $15.95.

How to play the game -
One student puts on a pair of the colorful glasses. Place a photo card in the Peeper slot on the glasses without showing the card to the student wearing the glasses. Have the other students face that student. The student wearing the glasses then asks each student a question. That question can only be answered with a 'yes' or a 'no'. He/she has to figure out what the photo card is. For example, if the photo card is and airplane, the student would ask 'can I eat it'?, or 'is it blue'? The cue cards help with the questions; they have the 5 categories (listed above) on them to remind the child what questions to ask to help him/her with finding out what is on their photo. If he/she figures out what the photo card is, they can guess any time. If they guess wrong, the game continues on. If they guess correctly, the child spins the spinner and get that number of bingo chips. The child takes off the glasses and it is the next child's turn. The game continues until all have had a turn. Then the one with the most bingo chips wins. 
To play the advanced version, you have each player wear a pair of glasses and all play at the same time as well. Same basic game rules apply.

Game Variations -
  • Player one wears the glasses and asks questions until he/she figures out the photo card. The other players take turns doing this. Have someone keep track of how many questions each player asks. The child with the fewest questions asked before figuring out the photo card wins.
  • Give each player a photo card. They cannot show anyone else. Each player describes their photo on their card. The player who guesses correctly spins the spinner and earns bingo chips. You play this without the glasses. This would be good if you have more than 6 players.
  • Place 3 photo cards facedown in front of each player. Each player chooses one card. They place it in their glasses without looking at it. Players take turns guessing. When the players guess one of their cards correctly, they place another card in their glasses until the 3 photo cards are gone. The player to guess all 3 of his/her photo cards is the winner.

What I thought -
I thought the game was very fun and interactive for the children. I liked that it wasn't just a guessing game. The children really had to think before asking each question. They loved the silly colorful glasses! The photo cards were really fun photos as well.

What I didn't like were the small bingo chips. I think a bigger sized chip or ribbon would have been a better option. There is a warning on the package that there are small parts / not for children under 3 yrs. of age. I just think a better alternative for the reward or score keeping would've been better.

Overall, I think this game was awesome! I would recommend this game for children with learning disabilities as well. This is a great interaction game for all ages and helps with speaking, thinking and listening.

One last thing, Super Duper Publication is now offering a coupon code for this game for a limited time.  It is listed at the top of this review.  Enjoy!   

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Disclaimer: As a member of the TOS Crew, I received this product, at no cost to me, in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are mine.


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