Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Jeepers Peepers: A Schoolhouse Crew Review

We love this game!! Every since this game arrived my kids have been asking " Who wants to play Jeepers Peepers?" I don't mind one bit, because they are having fun learning!!  Jeepers Peepers is a game by Super Duper Publications. While playing this game they are improving their skills in categorizing, problem solving, and describing. It is geared toward K- Adult. At first when I opened the box I thought that our playing time would be short. I was surprised on how much they enjoyed this and was learning from it. These important skills that the game covers needs to be worked on EVERYDAY at least that what I found out while playing this with my children. What better way to tackle these skills then to play a game? The card that goes in the slot of the top of the glasses seems so easy to describe, well until you realize the person who is wearing the glasses isn't identifying the object. There are category cards that the person who is wearing the glasses, it prompts them to ask questions another important skill to learn. I'll have to admit I had trouble at times with describing without accidentally telling what was on the picture. Yes,this game is for adults too!!

 What also got my kids going crazy over this game is it also has a bling factor to it.  You get to push the spinner and then cool lights come on and where it stops is how many chips you get. You earn the chance to push the spinner when you have correctly identified the picture on your glasses. 


 The Instruction Booklet is straight forward and offers plenty of ways to play the game. We used the Advanced Directions where everyone puts on the glasses. There were six glasses that came with the game but you can order more so every person in your family can have their own glasses. This worked for us as we had others who wanted to join in. Also the booklet includes the pictures of the photo cards and their labels, just in case there is any confusion of what it is.

 When just Ken and DJ play only one person will  have a picture in the slot. This is hard to do because everyone wants to wear a card with their glasses. This was a very easy review product for us. The kids want to play this game whenever they have an opportunity to do so.


The cost of this game is $29.00  below is a picture of the game contents.

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The blue card is a picture of one of the 101 photo cards covering the five categories which are animals, food, people, things, and transportation.
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A snapshot of the cue cards.


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This is the list of all of the photo cards.

I would recommend this product to

1. Everyone that reads this blog and because you are readers of this blog use this code BLGJP30 at checkout and receive 30% off.
2. Any families with children
3. All schools traditional or private

Go here to see a video of the game in action.

To read other Crew Members reviews go here http://schoolhousereviewcrew.com/785937/






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As a member of the Schoolhouse Review Crew I was given the game Jeepers Peepers in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.
                                                                       

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