Children use colorful letter cards to spell words, and to change old words to new words.
Players get six new letters on each turn. They can use those letters to make new words, and to change words (like DOG to HOG) or make them longer (like CAT to COAT).
Cards are divided into vowels and consonants, so players are likely to get a good set of letters every time.
Special "Silent E" cards show how a silent letter can change the sound of a word.
You can play without competition, or keep score and teach addition or multiplication.
You get 100 letter cards on 2 x 3.5 business card stock, plus rules, in a manila envelope. (Sorry, this is not commercial quality yet.)