Anomia Kids is a loud, hilarious, high-energy game that both kids and adults will enjoy playing. Playfully-illustrated and easy to learn, Anomia Kids will have beginning readers through adults sharpening their thinking, visual perception, and speech-language skills.
The directions are simple. Draw a card from the center pile, flip it over, and see if the symbol matches another player's card. If it does, you must quickly blurt out a word that begins with the same sound as the illustration before your opponent does the same. Whoever shouts first (because let's be honest, this is not a game for inside voices), wins that round.
The creator of Anomia Kids knows that though our minds are full of all kinds of information, under pressure, our brains have trouble with word and sound association and recall. Anomia Kids will reinforce beginning sounds and broaden language skills as we strive to remember multiple words that can work for a given picture. It can even be used to strengthen any foreign language skills, so it would be a perfect drill for a foreign language co-op your child is a part of. Anomia Kids is a National Parent Product Awards winner for 2018. For 3-6 players who know their beginning sounds.
Download a PDF of game directions.
Created By: Anomia Press, LLC
Manufactured & Distributed By: Everest
Made In: China
Number of Players: 3-6 Players
Recommended Ages: Ages 5 and Up
Printed On: 10/1/18
Playing Time: 20-30 Minutes
Awards and Endorsements:
2018 National Parenting Products Awards (NAPPA) Winner!
Fall 2018 Parents' Choice Foundation, Parents' Choice Recommended
2018 ASTRA Best Toys for Kids Best Game Play Under 7 Finalist!
2011 The National Parenting Seal of Approval
2011 Major Fun Award for Word Games, Party, and Family!
2010 Mensa Select Award!
2016 Årets Spel Best Adult Game Nominee
2014 Guldbrikken Best Parlor Game Winner
2010 ASTRA's Best Toys for Kids
Dr. Toy's Best Vacation Products
review by Educational Roots
”Our family totally loves card games, and although this says 'Kids' it is really appropriate for teens and adults, too. It's very fun and fast-paced.”Watch the Video Review
Fun card game, which inevitably causes anomia. My 8yo really enjoys it, laughing out loud while playing. Not to challenging, but the anomia that occurs is fun.