Sunday, November 1, 2009


I am so pleased to tell you all about a wonderful game called Er-u-di-tion.  It helps preschoolers-school aged children learn to read.  Children learn the letters of the alphabet and eventually 284 sight words while moving through literacy land.  For every correct identification, they earn a bonus roll.  The first player to reach the library wins.

The game cards comprise up to 90% of beginner level reading material and over 50% of all English text. Er-u-di-tion helps children recognize these high frequency words, recognize phonetically irregular words, your children will learn definitions of the words, and most of all is actually fun!

Learning games have to look fun and appeal visually to children and this fun game does just that.  It reminds me a bit of candy land, which all children love! This game isn’t just for readers, but preschoolers learning the letters of the alphabet as well.  There are different sets of cards for the varying reading levels, meaning the whole family can play together. 

sight-words-game-b This is the perfect activity to teach little ones to read because it has easy set up, is fun, and does produce results.  I couldn’t be happier with this wonderful game.  I’m not the only one who loves this game as it has won several awards including Creative Child Magazine Game of the Year, Teacher’s Choice Award for the Classroom, National Parenting Center Seal of Approval, and Parent’s Choice Award. 

This is is definite hit at my house. I’m so pleased to hear my daughter begging for “just one more game” of er-u-di-tion, because I know it is helping her learn how to read. 

If you want to get your own game, it is $24.99 at