Category: Games for Communication
Games for Communication
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Werewords Deluxe Edition$24.95Add to cart
Dustin recommends Werewords Deluxe Edition for reviewing vocabulary for English Language classrooms! It is one of his favorites because it is simple to teach, quick, and uses a communicative-based approach to teaching, while also reviewing vocabulary. It is great for reviewing vocabulary in other content areas too!
In Werewords Deluxe Edition, players guess a word by asking “yes” or “no” questions. Figure out the magic word before time is up, and you win! However, one of the players is secretly a werewolf who is not only working against you, but also knows the magic word. If you don’t guess the word in time, you can still win by identifying the werewolf! To help you out, one player is the Seer, who knows the word, but has to be careful while helping you. If you guess the word, the werewolf can pull out a win by identifying the Seer!
A free iOS/Android app provides thousands of words in hundreds of categories at various difficulty levels, so everyone can play.
Werewords Deluxe Edition contains several new special roles in addition to the Mayor, Seer, Werewolves, and Villagers, and a brand new Speedwords mode, new artwork, and can play as few as two players and up to twenty players.
Time: 10 minutes
Word Slam Family$14.95Add to cart
Word Slam Family has all the fast-paced fun wordplay of the original hit game, but in a streamlined, compact format. This version includes 100 story word cards and 100 answer cards, with a total of 600 answer terms in four difficulty levels. It includes easier, family-friendly answer words suitable for families and groups with kids ages 10 and up. In this version, the die and timer is replaced by an app. Instead of using card holders, the two box halves are used as screens between the teams and the answer cards are played behind the screens. This game can be played both as an expansion to the base game and as a stand-alone game.
Time: 45 minutes