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Pairs in Pears.

Author: Bananagrams (Firm),
Publisher: Providence, RI : Bananagrams, [2010]
Edition/Format:   Game : Game : Real object   Visual material : English
Database: WorldCat
Summary:
A word game played with four alphabets, each in a different pattern, in which each player makes pairs of words with matching patterns. The game can be used to familiarize young children with the alphabet and word construction.
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Title: Pairs in Pears.
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Bananagrams (Firm),
Notes: 2-4 players.
Description: 1 game (104 letter tiles), 1 eraseable scratch pad : plastic ; in green fabric bag + 1 instruction sheet
Other Titles: Pairsinpears
Genre/Form: Puzzles and games.
Word games.
Tabletop games.
Language arts games.
Educational games.
Crossword puzzles.
Year: 2010
Target Audience: Ages 6+.
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: GV1507.C7; Dewey No.: [E]
Corporate Author: Bananagrams (Firm),
OCLC No.: 609420144

Abstract:

A word game played with four alphabets, each in a different pattern, in which each player makes pairs of words with matching patterns. The game can be used to familiarize young children with the alphabet and word construction.
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