Who is it for?
- Students who want to learn a new language!
- Kindergarteners (5 to 6-year-olds)
- 1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
- 3rd Graders (8 to 9-year-olds)
- 4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds)
- 5th Graders (10 to 11-year-olds)
- Red Set, including Red and White Dice, Playing Board, and Cards
- Purple Set, including Purple and White Dice, Playing Board, and Cards
- Blue Set, including Blue and White Dice, Playing Board, and Cards
- Green Set, including Green and White Dice, Playing Board, and Cards
- 3 Sets of Challenge ("Gotcha Cards") Cards
- Notepad and Pencils
- List of included items
- Free App for multiple devices
A Very Enjoyable Way To Learn Spanish verbs!
by: Kathy Chelst
Our family enjoys playing games together (not computer games!) and I am always up for fun, educational games. I saw this game at an educational fair and thought I would give it a try with my daughters. We had never before played a game to learn a foreign language and I was intrigued with the idea. I was pleasantly surprised at how much fun we had.This game is clever in how it is designed. It has 4 different, colorful playing boards with cute pictures of boys and girls showing what the Spanish verbs and other words mean so no translation is needed. The game includes cards to challenge each other -- very effective because we all paid close attention as we played because we knew we could get challenged at any time! This kept the game exciting. Some of the cards are funny as they play off of a travel theme. An example card would be something like "you spilled your drink on the passenger next to you" and then the player gets some penalty. One of my daughters speaks Spanish pretty well so we didn't use the app so I can't comment on that. I like that the game has 4 different levels so we can advance when we have mastered the words on our board. I think this is a great way to learn (and remember) a lot of Spanish verbs.
Best Spanish Game ever!
by: Tarneisha Peters
I had the pleasure to meet owner of this wonderful game at the toy and game festival in Chicago. I must have stayed at her table for at least an hour. I had my son and his friends play the game and they loved it. I had to have it. I took the game to my son school and the students really enjoy playing and learning at the same time. They run for this game during the enrichment program. This is the only language game I have seen that really works. The students are really using the words in their everyday lives. They are now interested in learning more about Spanish culture. Thank you so much for this outstanding game and video.
Great, Award-Winning Game To Teach Beginning Spanish To Children (And Their Parents!)
My daughter attended a local camp where this game was played and she loved it! She is learning how to speak Spanish, and she was exposed to important vocabulary words and phrases while playing this award-winning game (most recently it won the 2013 Game of the Year by Creative Child Magazine), and she has now easily mastered them -- laughing all the while. I think this is a developmentally appropriate way to expose children to a new language - they play and learn at the same time. You have to be willing to play a little charades and get silly some of the time - but that is what family game night is for, right? After camp was finished we ended up getting our own game to play at home, and the first time we played as a family, my husband (who didn't know any Spanish at all) WON! My daughter wanted an immediate re-match. That is how this game works, it is fun and engaging, and you will end up mastering the basics of a new language as a bonus. Highly recommend, especially to families with a school-age child learning Spanish when Spanish is not spoken regularly in the home. This company also has multiple award-winning foreign language videos that are worth the investment as well (see Foreign Languages for Kids by Kids®: Spanish, Vol. 1 - Amazon price $29.99)
Love This game!!
I have always wanted to learn Spanish but the teaching methods in school were tedious and I always lost interest. Foreign Language for Kids By Kids is actually fun and NEVER boring. I bought the game for ME! After 2 rounds, I learned 6 useful verbs and another 6 adverbs and adjectives. I'm so proud of myself, and it was actually painless (fun).
Easy To Learn And So Fun The Kids Won't Realize Their Learning Spanish!
by: Rebecca Spooner
I’m a big believer in learning through play, I think it is a powerful learning method, especially for kids! So when I discovered Dice Off® Spanish Game for kids by Foreign Languages for Kids by Kids®, I was blown away! We have been using it with all of our children ages 8 down to 3 years old (she works together with one of us). It is not too complicated and is a TON of fun!
Dice Off® is a super fun Spanish game for the whole family! Everyone can enjoy playing and learning Spanish together and it is a great way to enjoy some family time! Dice Off® has 4 different levels of play and over 48 different verbs and word combinations to learn! It gets progressively harder as you go but also includes the free Dice Off® phone app to help you with your pronounciation (hear the words as you go).
It is not difficult to learn how to play and works for kids of all ages (the younger ones work with me and the older ones do it on their own). It makes Spanish come alive for our family! Rather than just learning a word, we are relating these words into our own lives, into actions and personalizing them (not just jump, but I jump). We are not native Spanish speakers, it is completely new to us and we have found Dice Off (together with the app) to be easy to use and outrageously fun too!
I HIGHLY recommend Dice Off® and if anyone has any questions, please don't hesitate to ask!
Dice Off Is A Lot Of Fun!
I wanted to find a fun way for my boys (ages 8 and 11) to learn Spanish and that was not on the computer! None of us speak Spanish and I really want them to learn. They played Dice Off and I heard them laughing and having lots of fun and being silly with each other. I know they learned some Spanish because they use some of the words around the house and crack up. I think this game is a really fun way to expose your kids to Spanish.