Why Borad EduGames?
STEM based Learning
For all ages 6+
Learning & Educational
On the Board Learning
Made in India
A Fun Game to improve Vocabulary
- Age: 3+ yrs
- Number of Players: 2-6
- Separate the decks and keep them face down. Take eight cards from the consonants and vowels, and one category.
- Make as many words as you can adhering to that category from the eight letter cards picked out.
- Check the accuracy of the words using the link provided and the player with the highest number of correct words wins a point card.
- Shuffle up the cards and pick a different combination, and keep playing till the point cards run out and someone is declared the Ultimate Champion of the Word!
What is a vowel?
A vowel is a letter of the alphabet that is comprised of A,E,I,O,U
What is a consonant?
A consonant is any of the other 21 letters of the alphabet that are not vowels.
How will my child learn different words?
Every round, the combination of vowels and consonants changes. So every round your child gets the opportunity to learn new words.
How will my child know what words are actually words?
We have provided a link that allows you to input the letters, and it tells you all the possible words that can be made with those letters.
What other things will my child learn?
There are different categories that need to be followed while making words. Examples are making words only ending in vowels, containing two consonants, only four letter words etc.
Are there different levels for different age groups?
Yes. There are different types of categories that can be used for different age groups. For younger children, categories like 3 letter words can be used, and for older children, categories like verbs, nouns can be used.
Can this game be used for teaching?
Yes. Parents/teachers can handpick the letters and category depending on the difficulty level they would like to give the children.
What are the contents of the game?
The game box consists of 55 cards made up of consonants, vowels and categories, and 1 how to play card.
Are there any how to play videos that we can learn from?
Yes, there are how to play videos and unboxing videos in English and Hindi.
How many days will I receive my game in?
This depends on your locality and delivery address. Your order will get confirmed immediately, and you will receive an order number on the same day. In most cases, you will receive your game within 3-7 days.
What if any part is missing, or the box is damaged?
We have a chat box option on our website. Any genuine claims will be exchanged at the earliest and a new piece will be provided.
We have created the games in collaboration with kids, parents, teachers, and people of all ages and backgrounds.
We play test each game over 100 times in the prototype phase before launching it, to ensure that there are minimum flaws and that all the information and educational content provided by us is accurate.
We also hold regular playtesting sessions of our old and upcoming games at venues across Mumbai such as Doolally, Creeda Café and board game conventions like Meeplecon. We have also kept sessions at schools in Mumbai like the Cathedral and John Connon School, Arya Vidya Mandir and Kohinoor International School. To inquire when our next playtesting session will be
What sets us apart from other games?
Our games are designed in such a way that even someone who has no knowledge of the subject can play the game as well as someone who is an expert on the subject. The educational aspect is totally subconscious and comes about as a result of playing the game. This allows kids to not feel intimidated by the subject and introduces the concepts to them in a fun and interesting manner.
Make Words with Borad Bear is the best way for kids to learn new words and vowels and consonants. Highly recommend it.
Rinku has the best time when playing this game, she asks me to play with her everyday. I am also happy playing it because it is helpful in her studies.
My son was on my phone playing some shooting game most of the day before I discovered the Make Words game. Now he really enjoys this and asks for the phone less.
My son would always struggle in school with his spellings. His class teacher recommended I try this game with him as she herself had used it during the class and saw him responding very positively to the competitive nature of the game. Over the 1 year that we have been playing this game, I have seen a huge improvement in his spellings and now I often find him scanning dictionaries and books in order to learn new words to beat his friends. This game was a great stepping stone which has now led him to develop a great habit for reading books.