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An entirely new and intriguing game to assist children in learning to read and spell. Consists of 300dovetailed cards, 3" x 2", each with a different word in approved script. The words, which have been carefully chosen, are the 300 words which the child will meet most frequently in learning to read. Is is played as a game by any number from two to ten children or adults and consists of trying to make up the maximum number of simple sentences from the cards dealt to each player. If this game is played each evening with a child who is backward in his reading or spelling, it will prove of tremendous assistance.
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Age : 3 - 8 years.
Year : 1954