• Orchard Toys Magic Spelling Board Game

      Item Code: 161718
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      Description

      Manufacturer's Description

      A fun literacy version of Orchard Toys' bestselling Magic Maths game for 5-7 year olds.

      Race to find the letters with the magic wand before the timer runs out in this magical spelling game! Self-checking word cards feature a rub and reveal coating to magically check your answer.

      Once you’ve correctly spelled a word, add a yucky ingredient to your spell book – will you choose a monster’s eyeball or the witch’s fingers?! The first player to collect all their ingredients and cast their spell wins the game! 

      Ages: 5 + | Players: 2 - 4

      Features

      • A fun literacy version of our best selling Magic Maths game
      • Develops letter recognition and spelling skills
      • Rub the cards to reveal the answer!
      • Suitable for ages 5-7
      • Includes magic viewer to find hidden letters

      In the Box:

      • 4 spell book boards
      • 20 spell ingredient cards
      • 36 word cards
      • 36 letter tiles
      • 1 magic wand
      • 1 sand timer
      • 1 cauldron spinner
      • 1 instruction leaflet
      Item Code 161718
      Packaged Weight 0.48 Kg
      Release Date Thursday, 2nd May 2019
      Condition New
      Recommended Age 5+
      Product Type Board Games
      Barcode 5011863100238
      Themes Educational, Guessing, Word Games

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