Great for Wii Addicted Children!! My 5yr old likes the Word Cereal & Missing Letter Spray Paint..
27 October 2013
Summary: I homeschool my independent Little Princess who seems to Magically learn at her own pace. The Word Cereal is so cute!! The Spray Paint is easy if you remenber to use the proper uppercase writing stroke pattern that you learned in Grade School so it will be read correctly. I dislike the timer but the game is great for learning to spell and reinforces prefixes and suffixes.
Summary: Enjoyable activities include word recognition, spelling challenges, and vocabulary definition, including 16,800 words. It's a fun and challenging way to improve verbal skills through a series of activities. I've already improved my vocabulary & am eager to unlock the rest of the games. This appeals to me (age 43) but I doubt children would like it. People who are interested in improving vocabulary & "expression potential" will find these training games intriguing.
Summary: I purchased this game recently from Amazon and I am so glad I did. The game is fun, educational, well designed, motivating, challenging, intutive, and adapts to all ability levels. So often Wii games are based on great concepts and seem to have so much promise but fail to deliver. This game overdelivered!! If you are looking for a Wii game that is mentally stimulating, easy to play, and fun this is it!
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in the world", Amazon
7 May 2011
Summary: My Word Coach Wii is a game that does well for ten year olds and can also keep 40 and 50 year olds on their toes. It has a robust vocabulary that's able to balance against the skills of the player. The game starts out fairly tediously. Be patient. It is going to drone on with tutorials and make you do a variety of things before it gets started. They definitely need to fix that in future versions.
Summary: This game truly does have an educational help mode. It is a great eye candy to learning words. It has quickened my ability to spew things out. The most difficult one for me, in the beginning, was the Alphabet Soup game. I was never good at unscrambling words like the rest of my family. I still don't enjoy crosswords, but this game has improved my unscrambling ability to a point that I actually enjoy it. My favorite game in the mix is: Split Descision.
Summary: For those of us who really appreciate the English language, this is a wonderful game. I got it earlier today, and haven't played too much, so I guess a review is probably premature, though I felt the need to come here and say the same things that most other people are saying here--what a fantastic game! So the game has plenty of mini games that are designed for you to enjoy either alone or with several other people.
A great word game with only dictionary definitions
Joseph Dewey, Amazon
16 October 2009
Summary: There are really only dictionary definitions here. No words used in sentences, no multiple scenarios for usage. But for a dictionary definition game, it's as fun as it can possibly be. And, you get a ton of good repetition in various ways. It's all repetition of the same dictionary definitions, but they do this repetition in various and inventive ways. The game also adjusts very well to your skill level. And, the words are interesting.