Rooby's ABCs helps little ones with their early reading skills by practicing and learning the alphabet
Looking for a fun way to help your young learners build early reading skills? Look no further than our newest Reading and Language Arts game, Rooby's ABCs
How to play Rooby’s ABCs
In this game players take turns drawing a wooden letter token from the bag and identifying its match to determine where on one of the five alphabet boards it should be placed. A special added feature is that the round tokens have one flat side that demonstrates the correct orientation of the letter. Out loud, players share both the name of the letter they picked and what image is pictured under that letter. When a player places the last letter token and a board is complete, they collect a Rooby token. The player who has the most Rooby tokens at the end of the game, wins! If there is a tie, the players share the victory. Rooby’s ABCs is intended for 1-4 players ages 3 and up and takes about 10 minutes to play.
It all starts with learning our ABCs
"Learning the alphabet is one of the first major academic challenges a child will face in life, and one of the most important." said Patty Pearcy, President and CEO of SimplyFun. "Playing Rooby’s ABCs is a great way to introduce the alphabet letters while building letter sequencing skills critical for early reading."
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