Top 5 Educational Holiday Gifts for Preschoolers & A Stocking Stuffer + Discount Code! @SuperDuperPub




I LOVE educational toys for my kids so naturally, I would want to gift same to Kenzie's friends who are also preschoolers. Super Duper Publications has some amazing, fun games that are perfect holiday gifts this year. We received a selection for review and Kenzie will be the hit as she learns to "give" to her friends this holiday season.


"Sharon and Thomas Webber founded Super Duper® Publications in 1986 with two products and two types of stickers.
Sharon started creating easy-to-use therapy materials while working as a Speech-Language Pathologist in the public schools. Thomas was a practicing attorney before focusing his talents on developing therapy materials also.
Fast forward 27 years - today, we're making hundreds of creative, colorful educational and therapy materials that you and your children will love."




Little fishermen and women will get hooked on Classifying Photo Fish as they improve their sorting and classifying skills. These magnetic foam fish come with stickers showing photos of everyday items in the categories of Transportation, Clothing, Animals, Food, and Around the Home. Grab a fishing pole, choose a category, and reel in the fish that match it!




Turtle Talk $54.95

Here is a friendly turtle that wants to help your students with their smooth and easy speech—and then skate with them around a turtle track collecting Turtle Tokens™. In this innovative fluency and language game, players pick a card, answer a skill level question, roll the die, "skate" around the board, and receive Turtle Tokens™ (found inside the turtle) as they go!




The more knowledge students have about words—their attributes, associations, and categories—the quicker they can retrieve and provide information about those words in conversation. Word Joggers for Categories is a fun bingo game with colorful boards and cards that target language processing skills needed for identifying, describing, and categorizing items.

The vocabulary addresses six common categories (Animals, Food, Clothing, Home, School, and Transportation), with 24 items per category. Each category includes five bingo game boards and three sets of cards (Vocabulary Picture Cards, Attribute Cards, and Category Cards) for a total of 30 boards and 396 cards. You can use the bingo boards and cards in various combinations to target multiple objectives and to match students’ needs.

Word Joggers for Categories is intended for students with specific language processing difficulty in PreK through fifth grade and students learning English as a second language. You can easily adapt the materials for small group or individual therapy sessions in resource, classroom, and clinical settings. The instruction book includes multiple game ideas with varying degrees of difficulty.

Deliver pizzas, make big bucks, and increase vocabulary! Your students will love this fast-paced, vocabulary enriching and word meaning (semantics) board game. Go for the Dough!will help your children improve their word recall, describing, semantic flexibility, and phonemic awareness skills.




Players start at the Pizza Palace. As students drive their cars around the board to deliver their imaginary pizzas, they choose Super Dough Dollars. Each of the 480 Super Dough Dollars reviews a language skill that is crucial in expanding word knowledge. Best of all, the Dollars feel like real money—and won't tear or rip! 





This hands-on, hopping good board game combines the fun of children helping their frogs "jump" from the "frog pond" (board) to their "lily pads" with development of early language and articulation skills. For articulation, the 420 game cards focus on earlier developing sounds (P, B, T, D, K, G, and F) in a fun and enjoyable way. Each sound has specific question cards for initial, medial, and final positions in single words. Hopping Frogs is flexible enough to allow you to work on a single target sound and position for all players, or address individual target sounds and positions for each player. 




Ticklin' Tongue Twisters Pencils $15.85 for a Pack of 60

These are perfect as stocking stuffers or even to add as an extra to the wrapping. Children will have fun reading and using these pencils when writing. Kenzie will be adding these to her classmate's holiday gifts this year.

Discount Code: 15% OFF with D4WE8D59 through December 20, 2013. Shipping is also free on all orders of $20 of more in the US and Canada. 

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6 comments:

  1. I also like fun games that encourage learning and building skills. I found a few that one of little guys will like to play. One of the things I noticed is the section for kids with Autism. As a grandmother with 4 grandsons in the autism spectrum it gets a little tricky on picking out learning aids and games for them. You don't see too many websites that dedicate a section for kids with special needs. This makes it so much easier to shop in that section instead of browsing through multiple pages to find that special gift.

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  2. We are definitely trying to focus on more educational and imagination geared toys rather than lights and sounds for our little guy. I like their selection of vocabulary games and apps. Great selection of learning toys!

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  3. I can't wait until my son is old enough to where we can play games like this! I love that since I'm a stay at home mom that I'll be able to sit and do stuff like this with him!

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  4. love the Word Joggers for Categories and the hopping frog board games! these all seem great and i like the pencils too, thanks for the code!

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  5. These all look like such fun games! I think my grandsons would most enjoy the Hopping Frogs game! I love how all of these products are educational, too!

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  6. these games look great! i love that it helps with their speaking and helps increase their understanding of words and their vocabulary!

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