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  • Appletters
  • Appletters
  • Appletters
  • Appletters


  • Recommended Age: 8-12 Year Old
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Total: $ 18.70
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What is Applelettes? Good question. We'll tell you.

This apple-shaped pouched with a soft, zip-closed top includes 110 tiles with red capital letters that may be used to play three different games.

- In Appleletters players alternately add tiles to the first or last letter of a word in the middle of the table, creating a continuous snake of new words.

- Apple Turnover is similar to Appleletters. However, each player begins with 21 tiles instead of nine, and may actually replace an opponent's word with a longer word. The goal is to be the first player to get rid of tiles.

- In Applescore players build words as long as possible in crossword-like fashion and get bonus points for length, palindromes and going out first.
- For 2+ players.

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Why Our Experts Love It

We love this clever game.

It's just like dominos, but instead of connecting the DOTS, you connect the LETTERS! It's a fun word game that helps kids to work on their spelling and vocabulary skills! We especially love Appletters because it comes with rules to play different ways for different ages levels. There is even a level to challenge Mom & Dad!

RECOMMENDATION: Grab 2, you'll be glad you did when you are running late to a birthday party and you can pick an apple right out of your secret toy closet. And what a fun apple to give their teacher!
  • More concern about body image, looks, and clothes. Focus on self, going back and forth between high expectations and lack of confidence.
  • More interest in and influence by peer group.
  • Less affection shown toward parents. May sometimes seem rude or short-tempered.
  • Anxiety from more challenging school work. More ability for complex thought.
  • Better able to express feelings through talking. A stronger sense of right and wrong.
  • 73 percent watch more than 3 hours of TV daily; enjoys socializing in groups of both boys and girls
  • By age 12, kids have lost the last of their baby teeth
  • Many boys at age 12 are concerned because they are putting on weight and may even seem to be developing "breasts." This is in preparation for the growth spurt about to hit.
  • By age 12, most girls wear the same size as their mother
  • Choking Hazard 3 - Small parts not for children under 3 years
  • Choking Hazard 8 - not for children under 8 years