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Chain Letters is a really neat little game similar to Barrel of Monkeys where you have to use a monkey or hook in this case to link things up. In this game you use your hook to link the letters of your word together. But be careful or you'll drop your hook or your letters! Yikes that would be hard to start it all over! Game is for ages 8 and up though younger children can play it if they are old enough to spell simple words. You can play with as few as 2 players!
With each game comes 100 hooks, sticker sheets for making your letters onto the hooks, and an instruction sheet. It does take a few minutes to assemble the game. I did this the night before we were going to play it so that it would be ready for my kids. I didn't want everyone fighting over who got to put what stickers on so decided to get it out of the way early.
This was the perfect game for us to play and do some extra school while daddy was away for a week and a half. It is always fun to have something fun to do when you're being a single parent! My kids have put their stamp of approval on this game and I'm sure it will be entering our homeschooling chest of games for years to come!
From their website they describe this game as
Sure, you can think of a word to spell, but can you find the letters you need and hook them together without dropping your chain? Liveliness and skill combine to make Chain Letters a unique word game that the whole family will enjoy. Everyone will be hooked!
My kids thought this was an awesome game! You should have heard my monkeys laughing! I call my children monkeys of course (or monsters if they're being naughty) and I do have to say that my monkeys think playing Chain Letters is best way to learn spelling!
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