Summary: This is an excellent program that helps expand your vocabulary in many different ways. Great bonus to buy it used(so long as its in good condition) and have someone elses history on it so you can coast through the various games on any level you want.
Summary: My 12 year old son has such a hard time on his reading and writing assignments. He works on this daily. It offers a wide variety of games and ways to learn. It is excellent for independent play and the levels progress as he progresses. Definitely worth the purchase!
Summary: Expanding your vocabulary and having fun at the same time.... What could be better???? Nothing!!!!! Unless you have a very extensive vocabulary, you may not feel challenged but if you are the average Jane or Joe or even slightly above the average you're gonna like it.
Summary: I bought Word Coach for myself (50+) to go along with Brain Age and other mind-stimulating games. I was happy to find that my 2 children can use the game to improve their English and Grammar skills. With over 10,000 words, each of the children uses it daily as part of their English homework.
Summary: I'm not one to like a bunch of action in a video game. No evil monsters for me. So I really like this game. I have to actually use my brain to learn new words. Nothing new to me...sometimes I read the dictionary. It starts out on lower levels so you feel very bright.
Really like this game. I can see it will improve my vocabulary.
kindred spirit, Amazon
22 November 2008
Summary: I can give this game a 2 thumbs up. It does just what it says it helps you to learn new words and what they mean and how to spell them all in a fun game setting. Sometimes it gives you the word and you chooses between two diffinitions. Others you write out the word or fill in the missing letter.
Summary: I bought this game for my eleven year old son. He is bilingual in Spanish and English and I had hoped this would help him to improve English vocabulary and spelling skills. Although it is hard for My Word Coach to compete with his "fun only and non-educational" type DS games, he does actually find...
Summary: I work for a security company, and I often find myself in the middle of nowhere with nothing to look at and nobody to talk to. This makes falling asleep a serious risk, as in a risk to my employment and potentially a risk to the people and property I'm protecting. How do I avoid this problem?