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Thursday, July 19, 2012

Jeepers Peepers - Schoolhouse Crew Review and a Coupon Code!

We are always game for a game!  Since we have a family game night every week finding a fun game that can be enjoyed by grownups as well as kids, is challenging.  We enjoy being able to sit down together, have a sweet treat and play a fun game but as a homeschool mom, I want our games to be not only fun, but educational as well.  A hearty thank you to Super Duper Publications and the Schoolhouse Review Crew for creating so many fun & educational game nights at my house!  We have laughed until we cried playing Jeepers Peepers!




Who is Super Duper?
Super Duper Publications was founded by Sharon and Thomas Webber in 1986.  Specializing in easy-to-use therapy materials Super Duper offers creative and colorful educational products to enhance your at home (or at school) learning experience.  Read more HERE.


What is Jeepers Peepers?
(From the website)...
 Am I a monkey? A hamburger? An astronaut? How many questions will it take to find out?
That’s the question on everyone’s minds—or glasses—in Jeepers Peepers, The Ask and Answer Question Game that builds questioning skills, describing skills, categorizing skills, problem solving skills, and more! Have one student put on the glasses. Place a photo card in the Peepers slot without showing it to the student. Have the student face the other players and ask yes/no questions to find out what he/she is! Then, have everyone play!

What did we think of Jeepers Peepers?
Let me just tell you.  This game is fun-fun-FUN!  You start off with the giggles while wearing your Elton-John-ish glasses.  They are just enough too big for my daughter's head that her nose looked like a bizarre little bulb sticking out between 2 big circles.  Once you have your glasses on, put a card up in the holder (no peeking!) and then start asking questions!  For example, if you have a train in your glasses:
You can't see it (even though we tried)...  So then you start asking questions.  The other players can only answer with a yes or no.  Luckily there is a handy-dandy cue card to prompt your questions if you get stumped like I tended to.  You start asking..."Am I a toy?  Am I gray? Do I have wheels?  And so forth."  By asking questions you can solve the riddle and figure out "Am I a train?"  "Yes!!"  And play moves on to the next person.
There are myriad ways to play -- each type of game getting progressively more challenging.  Jeepers Peepers is recommended for Kindergarten and up but big kids and adults will have fun playing this too!  We sure did!

Jeepers Peepers includes:
-6 Pairs of glasses
-Cue Cards
-101 photo cards
-Spinner and bingo chips (for more advanced play)
-Instruction book

Jeepers Peepers sells for $29.95 (order HERE) and you get free shipping on orders of 20 dollars or more!  You can also purchase extra glasses (set of 6) for $11.95 and 101 Add-on cards for $15.95.

Here is a great deal for you as well!  A coupon code for Jeepers Peepers! 
Save 30% until Aug 31, 2012 using code BLGJP30 at checkout!



Several of my fellow crewmates also reviewed Jeepers Peepers and many others reviewed different products from Super Duper.  To read more reviews, click the linky below!




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Disclaimer:  I received Jeepers Peepers free of charge in exchange for an honest review.  All opinions expressed herein are my own.

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