Super Duper Publications ~ Review & $50 GC Giveaway

Posted by Jenna | Monday, February 25, 2013

I love doing activities and playing games with my kids! I cherish each and every day, and do my best to put down the work and spend quality time with each of them. Kaelyn and Kaden especially have shown a love for learning, which is why I want to encourage it in any fun way I can.

I was happy when introduced to a super duper option online, Super Duper Publications! This is a place full of wonderful learning tools, designed and written by a number of certified learning experts. As a parent who wants to play an active role in my childrens' learning, and support them outside of school as well...I was very impressed with all that offers!

From software, to games, to even iPhone Apps, Super Duper's eCatalog (previous only available to educators and child therapists, but now open to the public!) is full of fun resources that parents can use to support social skills, reading, math, spelling, etc. And the great thing about learning via a fun game is that kids learn without even realizing it!

As you can probably imagine, I was very happy to learn we were going to have the opportunity to review a couple of products from Super Duper Publications!

We were sent the First 100 Sight Words and the Dice Dude Combo Pack.

The Dice Dudes caught my attention as well as the kids' right away! Not only is their appearance fun and intriguing, but I absolutely love the idea that we will never have to search for lost dice again! I can't tell you how many times we've opened a game only to find that we are missing the dice. This has solved our problem and makes family game night (or any game time) much less stressful.

Dice Dudes stand 5 1/2" tall and have big, green eyes that move side to side when you shake the dice. The kids absolutely LOVE this! I have enjoyed using them on their a way to do different math activities with Kaelyn. For instance, I have her shake the Dice Dude and then add up the numbers on the two dice.

We of course, have also used Dice Dudes with games which is a lot of fun too. What I love is that you don't just have to use the dice that come in them. The original Twist Off Dice Dude has a removeable cap which allows kids to exchange the enclosed dice and insert the die from any family game. How great is that?! It makes this product very versatile and even more of a reason why I consider it a must-have item. The TwistOff Dice Dude comes with one die with numbers 1-3, two dice with dots 1-6 and one color coded die with number 1-6.
There's also a new "Pop" Dice Dude which allows kids to push his head ot pop a new combination on the dice.
Both kids have had a lot of fun with the Dice Dudes, but I have to say a favorite of my 5 year old daughter's is the First 100 Site Words! Since July, Kaelyn has really had an interest in reading. We started to notice that she was not only able to sound out letters, but began sounding out words around that time as well. She now sounds out words while she reads and writes which has been very fun and exciting. Beginning Kindergarten next year, and to support her interest with reading, I like to find different activities and games we can do together to encourage her. The First 100 Site Words does just that!
This 233-card Super Fun Deck was put together to help children learn basic sight words, practice parts of speech, learning proper punctuation and even make sentences! I knew it would be helpful for sight words, but have been very pleased with all of the other skills it helps with as well!

The 100 sight words cards are from the Dolch, McREL, and Fry word lists. There is also a match-up set of the same words which makes it easy to use for games. They are color-coded to eight parts of speech. As I mentioned, included in this fabulous card set are also 20 sentence starter words plus punctuation marks!

We have used many different games and activities that help kids learn sight words, but this is one of the largest sets - and most involved that I have come across. Kaelyn loves to just go through the words, sounding them out and identifying each word. We've also used the match-up set to do a memory type of game as well. The sky really is the limit as to how these cards can be used. We've been enjoying them a lot and I know will have many more years of use with them.

I appreciate that they come in a handy tin to keep them all stored safely when not in use. It's a great size, and one Kaelyn can easily grab anytime she's wanting to use it. We love it!
Overall we've been extremely happy with the products we received from Super Duper Publications! I would highly recommend checking out their site and the 100's of products offered to support your child's learning.

Buy It: You can purchase the First 100 Sight Words for $29.95 and the Dice Dudes for $24.95.

Win It: One very lucky reader is going to win a $50 Gift Certificate to shop on the site!
This giveaway is open to US only and will end March 11th.

**The products for this review were provided by Super Dudes Publications. However, all opinions are my own and were not influenced in any way.

  1. Debra Welle February 25, 2013 at 3:20 PM  

    I like the Ring Bling Game - looks like fun for my girls!

  2. Gina February 25, 2013 at 3:32 PM  

    I would love the #GB175
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  3. Anonymous February 25, 2013 at 7:21 PM  

    I really like MagneTalk Money & MagneTalk Telling Time

  4. Nancy February 25, 2013 at 7:22 PM  

    I like the Just For Laughs set.

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  5. Cheryl Rahkonen February 25, 2013 at 7:41 PM  

    I would like to have the "Say and Do Grammar Game Boards".

  6. Tanya M February 25, 2013 at 8:09 PM  

    Ring Bling Game looks very interesting. And maybe a Dice Dude too.
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  7. Jessica B. February 25, 2013 at 8:12 PM  

    I like the Photo Classifying Flips.

  8. Cassandra Eastman February 25, 2013 at 8:28 PM  

    My son would love the Hopping Frogs Board Game!

  9. latanya t February 25, 2013 at 8:55 PM  

    Grammar Gumballs Board Game

  10. mummytotwoboys February 25, 2013 at 9:18 PM  

    I think I would pick Articulation MagneFoam Magnets

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  11. Cserafini February 25, 2013 at 9:24 PM  

    Hopping frogs board game.

  12. Sylvia February 25, 2013 at 10:15 PM  

    I like the Question Challenge Card Game

  13. Jennifer T. February 25, 2013 at 11:41 PM  

    I'd get the 200 More Sight Words
    plus Sentence Building Super Fun Deck.

  14. Colleen M February 26, 2013 at 2:17 AM  

    I would like to have their Hopping Frogs Board Game.

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  15. Carrie Phelps February 26, 2013 at 6:00 AM  

    My grandson would have fun while learning with the Sentence Fill-in Fun Deck® game.

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  18. Carly February 26, 2013 at 2:24 PM  

    The Ring Bling game looks fun. Also like the sight words you featured.

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    the Pirate Talk board game looks fun

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