Ahoy, Matey’s! Pirate Talk Board Game For Kids Review & Giveaway

I wrote this post on behalf of Super Duper Publications and their PR Company. I received a Pirate Talk game and  in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.

 

Super Duper Publications makes hundreds of creative, colorful educational and therapy materials that you and your children will love. For children who may need a little support when it comes to social skills, reading, math, spelling and critical thinking, a few lessons via a game can have a huge impact.

 

I admit it my kids have a hard time following directions. It is a constant battle. When my husband and I given them instructions we often have them repeat them back to us because sometimes things we say go in one ear and out the other. I was sent Pirate Talk to review which reinforces following directions! Ah, finally someone understands and turned it into a game!

 

pirate talk game
Children will embark on a swashbuckling adventure as they sail the high seas with Pirate Talk, the receptive and expressive language skills game! Students respond to each prompt, they move from island to island on the colorful game board and collect gold coins. The prompts reinforce seven essential communication skills:

 

Sentence Repetition
Inferencing
Answering Questions
Describing
Social Skills
Following Directions
Categorizing
pirate talk card
Pirate Talk can easily be adapted for players  to meet each child’s needs by choosing the appropriate prompt(s). Questions build receptive and expressive language skills while targeting five categories of social interaction: School, People, Home, Community, and Activities.

 

Includes:
Pirate Talk 18″ x 18″ Game Board
  • 150 Color-Coded Receptive and Expressive Language Cards (5 subject areas, 30 cards each) (4 ½” x 3 ½”)

Instruction Sheet

  • 6 Pirate Player Pieces

100 Gold Coins

  • Electronic Spinner (1–3)

pirate talk played

This game indicates it’s for grades kindergarten through 5th grade however, my two year played it! My husband and I love the fact that the game cards have multiple questions that you can ask the child after reading the description of the card. Where they listening or not? Then to be rewarded with pirate treasure coins gives the child an incentive to answer correctly! . The only small negative we found was that the instructions seemed a bit vague, we couldn’t tell if all the questions were to be read on each turn or if they were age dependent. The good thing was that is that Pirate Talk has variations – suggestions for different types of game play for different circumstances. Example: a quick game, hand and eye coordination and so on.  Pirate Talk is a clever game, teaching concepts for kids to learn while having fun playing!

 

Pirate Talk can be purchased directly from Super Publications for $54.95.

 

Super Publications is generously offering one of my readers Pirate Talk board game of their own! Free Shipping for any orders $20.00 and over in the United Sates and Canada!

 

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I wrote this post on behalf of Super Duper Publications and their PR Company. I received a Pirate Talk game and  in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.
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Comments

  1. Megan Parsons says:

    I love that it’s educational! It’s hard to find great fun games and toys that teach at the same time!

  2. Like that the game cards have multiple questions that you can ask the child after reading the description of the card.

  3. I like that the game can be played with a wide age-range, and can meet the needs of both my older children.

  4. Julia Cosgrove says:

    I love the gold coins.

  5. Carrie Phelps says:

    To quote you my favorite feature of the game is “Pirate Talk can easily be adapted for players to meet each child’s needs by choosing the appropriate prompt(s)”.

  6. Bilinda S says:

    I like that the questions require the player to think before they respond.

  7. I like the social skills it creates.

  8. I love that it helps with math, that is where my son is needing help in right now.

  9. I like the different questions that it ask’s you while playing the game.

  10. Janet Benthin says:

    I like that it is for all sges

  11. Wanda Clark says:

    I like that the game can be played multiple ways this is good depending on time age and just to mix it up and keep it fresh.

  12. OH I love that it can be played by different aged children with different age appropriate questions. Love thats it educational !!!

  13. Tanya Rubezhov says:

    I like Color-Coded Receptive and Expressive Language Cards. Great idea!

  14. I think it’s a great game for children of all ages to be learning on social interaction!

  15. kelly tillotson says:

    my boys love pirate themed stuff. so its such a plus that this is educational
    *kelly
    kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com

  16. I love that so many different ages enjoy this.

  17. I love that its pirates!! The game seems to encourage descriptive language and creativity through speech. Would live to play it with my little ones!

  18. I love that Pirate Talk can easily be adapted for players to meet each child’s needs by choosing the appropriate prompt! Thanks for the chance!!

  19. I like that the fame is adaptable for different ages and skill levels!

    Thanks!

  20. I like that this game reinforces Social Skills & Following Directions – this would be a great game to play with my two sons with autism to help them with these skills!

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