uKloo Riddle Edition Treasure Hunt Game
uKloo Riddle Edition Treasure Hunt Game takes kids on a reading adventure by solving riddles! Game play is similar to a scavenger hunt and turns the house into a game board. Cards are hidden enticing kids to read the first clue card, solve the riddle and locate the surprise at the end. When kids get stuck on a riddle, the hints provide assistance to solve. If the clue is not enough, the secret answers booklet provides the solution through mirror reflection. This game is beneficial for a wide age range and helps kids build confidence and independence as they learn to read.
- Riddles teach kids problem-solving and critical thinking skills as they decipher the clues to get the answer.
- Reading comprehension is honed as riddles increase the ability to understand context.
- Riddles expand vocabulary. Riddles give words context which makes it easier for kids to learn, remember and use these words in the future.
- Have kids write out tips and tricks or a guide for writing riddles.
- Mix in a game of Pictionary with uKloo Riddle Edition. If the person cannot guess the clue, draw a picture of the answer to try and solve.
- Caregiver can create a bank of answers related to a clue card or a multiple choice list to help the child solve the clue without using the secret answer booklet.
- Riddles can teach kids about point of view. They can be written in 1st person (“I” and “me”) or 3rd person (“it”).
- Imagination and creativity are engaged as kids solve riddles.
- Riddles can encourage kids to recite or create poetry and even write rhymes!
- Have kids recite riddles like a comedian on stage. Get a microphone to add to the imagination and creativity!
- Caregiver can put different object names in a bag for the child to create a riddle on the spot while getting others to guess.
- The Riddle Edition clue cards can be used as a communication tool. When kids want to communicate about wants or needs, they can hand a caregiver the riddle for milk, television or shower to share.
- The riddles on the clue cards introduce kids to intellectual humor. Riddles keep the brain working while kids are laughing.
- Solving riddles allows kids to know and understand something that most other people do not, giving them an opportunity to repeat them and teach them to others--peers, parents, and teachers.
- Telling and teaching riddles can help kids form relationships with others and break through any social issues, making it easier to form social relationships in the future.
- Kids can pretend to be a detective or a spy as they explore the riddles, following clues and reflect the answers.
- Kids can write their own riddles to describe themselves forming the answer.