Rating: 5 Good game for all ages by By A customer We loved playing this with the entire family, from age 7 to 70. The Junior version had modifications (as compared to the regular version) which worked well for the 7-year-old.
Rating: 5 One of our favorites by By A customer Great game to encourage independent thinking, creativity, and teamwork. We have played the regular and junior version of this game and enjoyed both. Our 4 year old and 6 year old each had a parent on their team, but did great with the game and enjoyed it. They were able to come up with answers, sound out, and help spell the words. Really fun game for kids and adults!
Rating: 4 Good for ESL by By A customer For me, I don't like Word on the Street. However, my ESL students really like it, and it works well for them. And I prefer this version over the regular Word on the Street.
Rating: 3 IDK by By A customer I didn't buy this. Someone else in the family did. I have no opinion, period.
Rating: 5 My kids don't like to play this with me because I get way ... by By A customer My kids don't like to play this with me because I get way too competitive (even though I try hard not to). Which is to say that this is a great game for kids that parents will enjoy too. We love it!
Rating: 4 A fun team game! by By A customer We got this for our 4, 6, and 8 year old grandchildren. Although all could play, and even though the 4 year old knows his alphabet, and the 6 year old can read, it was our 8 year old who really got into the game and began to use some strategies. The younger ones participated, but not entirely. When asked to name things found in the kitchen, or foods that are red, they couldn't come up with any answers (even though they do know). I think they are too young to understand that speed is important in this game. The good thing about this game is that you play on teams. So there is no one loser (or winner). Instead, it's the team that loses or wins. (makes losing a bit easier for the young kids). The team members don't have to be even, just balanced to be fair. (8 year old and Grandpa on one team, 4 and 6 year old on Grandma's team....)
Rating: 5 Fun game! Our family ages 10-40 enjoyed it by By A customer Met expectations. Fun game! Our family ages 10-40 enjoyed it!!
Rating: 5 Five Stars by By A customer A wonderful game! I'd highly recommend this. :)
Rating: 5 Word on the Street Junion Vocabulary Board Game by Confessa My grandbabies loved this. A fantastic way to make learning fun.