Advent Day 8 – A Full Set of Fruity Games from Bananagrams

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Screen Shot 2013-11-02 at 01.57.08DAY 8

Win a A Full Set of Fruity Games from Bananagrams:


The winner will get all four games! Bananagrams, Appletters, PAIRSinPEARS and Fruitominoes

Bananagrams is an addictive anagram game which all comes in an easy to store banana shaped pouch. Players race each other to build crossword grids and use up all their letters. This is the original Bananagrams game and is for age 7+

bananagramsNext up is Appletters for age 5+. This is a great game for early readers as players work together to build words. Again it comes in a handy apple shaped pouch, so great for travelling!

bananagrams applettersPAIRSinPEARS is for age 3+ and has 8 fun and educational activities 2 competitive word games. It’s suitable from pre-reader through to adults! With developmental activities like Pattern Grouping & Letter Hunt for parents to play with their pre-readers and wordplay activities like Rhyming & Fill in the Blank for early readers, your kids will learn while having fun.

bananagrams pairs in pearsFruitominoes is a traditonal dominoes game, but with a fruity twist – connect fruit instead of dots! This classic game will appeal to all ages.

bananagrams fruitominoesFor your chance to win ALL of the above games, enter via the Rafflecopter below:

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Anna Marikar, mum of four and seasoned blogger, has spent over a decade sharing her parenting journey and passion for kid-friendly crafts and free printables.
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193 thoughts on “Advent Day 8 – A Full Set of Fruity Games from Bananagrams”

  1. pairs in pears, my son is really into educational games atm and this sounds like a game he has been trying to explain to me recently that thes been playing at school!

  2. I would be giving them to my son so we would play PAIRSinPEARS because that is the closest in his age range. Although all the games would bring his letter recognition and spelling along in leaps and bounds.


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