Super Duper Publications {Review}

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Both of my boys are visual learners and stuff really clicks for them after repetition.  So we read the same books over and over, we do workbook pages with similar concepts and we watch educational videos online so they can see how stuff works.  I’m not sure what kind of learner my youngest will be yet but whatever technique works for her, I am sure I can find something at Super Duper Publications.

Super Duper Publications is an online store that was previously only open to educators and child therapists, but is now available to everyone.  Their products range from workbooks to software to games and even iPhone Apps.    While their products are geared towards teachers and therapists, they are also items perfect for parents to help their kids out for some extra practice at home in a fun way.  I got the chance to receive two products with my boys and we love them.


Dice Dude Combo

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Now you get TWO Dice Dudes for the price of ONE – the original Dude with the twist off cap, and the new “POP” Dice Dude with the top that Pops!

Twist Off Dice Dude Dice Dudes stand 5½” tall with a diameter of 3¼” and have big, green eyes that move side to side.

The Dice Dude Combo is seriously my new favorite items.  They are like the product that I always needed but didn’t realize it until now.  With two young (and active) boys I dread playing board games with them because they are constantly whipping the dice around and loosing them.  Even if your kids are careful with the dice, the Dice Dudes just give an extra special touch to gameplay.  I seriously love these guys!

One of the Dudes is a pop-top, like the game Trouble, which who doesn’t love popping that bubble top.  It has two regular dice inside and it does not open up.

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The other Dude has a twist-off lid that you can insert your own dice for the game you want to play or use the included dice for your own game.  You get four dice (a regular 1-6 die in black and one in white, a yellow die with 1-3 and a multi-colored die with numbers 1-6.  This Dude is one you shake and the dice move around.  I honestly have nothing I would change about them!  These guys have made playing games fun again for us and no more losing dice or chasing after them under the couches!

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180 Hidden Pictures for Articulation Practice

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This is a workbook that features 180 Hidden Pictures pages that your child can color finding certain objects on each page.  Each page focuses on a letter sound and is perfect for you to read the directions to your child and have them repeat the words as they find them!  My sons think they are coloring simple coloring pages but really they are learning new words, sounds and getting practice following directions.  In addtion to what each page asks, such as “Circle 8 hidden turtles and 6 worms”, there are lines for you to write an additional statement such as “Count how many flags there are?”  We have been doing at least one of these per day and my boys now ask for their workbook pages!  We have been working on how the sounds of letter are in different words and then they love getting to color those items.  There is also a CD for more practice.

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Overall, Super Duper Publications has won me over.  They have so many amazing products and the best part is they offer Free Shipping with a $20 order!  That means too you can get those awesome Dice Dudes or the Hidden Pictures workbook for free shipping!  The only problem I have is there are too many great products that it is hard to narrow it down!

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WIN IT:  (1) US winner will receive a $50 gift certificate for Super Duper Publications

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Speak Your Mind



  1. Emma McCauley says:

    The Word Flips!

  2. Yogarilla Cards and Activities looks like fun! 🙂

  3. Heather McD says:

    i like the 200 More Sight Words Super Fun Deck

  4. 200 more sight words super fun deck

  5. I’d love the Artic Chipper Chat game

  6. cassandra (rab pom) says:

    i like the jeepers peepers game!

  7. My kids would enjoy playing the Grammar Gumballs board game

  8. Shirley Zolenski says:

    I also like 204 Fold & Say Social Skills Book

  9. Shanda S. says:

    I’d get the 200 More Sight Words plus Sentence Building Super Fun Deck.

    shrish231 (at) gmail (dot) com

  10. Christian Alejandro N. says:

    I liked the Alphabet Add-on Picture Fish Set

  11. Priscilla Benavides says:

    I would get the MagneTalk Telling Time Magnetic Board Game, since my son is learning to tell time in school right now!
    priscillavbenavides at yahoo dotcom

  12. The Grammar Gumballs Board Game

  13. I like the Pirate Talk Board Game.

  14. Ask and answer why

  15. Dawn Reid says:

    Word FLIPS

  16. jessica schueler says:

    Grammar Gumballs Board Game

  17. Saver Sara says:

    I like the Pirate Talk® board game.

  18. susan smoaks says:

    i would use it towards the 400 Webber Sign Language Cards

  19. kathy pease says:

    I like the 500 Prefixes, Suffixes, and Stems Super Fun Deck

  20. Suzie Williams says:

    The Ask And Answer “Where” Cards.

  21. One of the things I know I’d get is the 30 Blank Magnetic Fish

  22. 500 Prefixes, Suffixes, and Stems Super Fun Deck

  23. tina reynolds says:

    I think the kids would love the Grammar Gumballs Board Game

  24. Stacey V says:

    jeepers peepers game

  25. Kari Flores says:

    I would get the 200 More Sight Words Super Fun Deck

  26. Derek Timm says:

    The Jeepers Peepers

  27. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    all about you all about me fun deck
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  28. Candice Hull says:

    I love the Yogarilla set. Btw, the dice dudes freak me out ;D
    Thank you

  29. wendy wallach says:

    Jeepers Peepers Game looks interesting

  30. I think I want this toy more than my son. It looks so cool. I would love to try it.

  31. ReggieMann says:

    Ask and Answer® “WH” Question Card Combo

  32. James Beck says:

    ask and answer who cards

  33. Can-Do Oral Motor Fun and Games Book for my son with Apraxia 🙂

  34. The ask & answer game.

  35. Amber Stevens says:

    The word flips cards

  36. I would love a set of articulation cards!

  37. Jessica E Ledford says:

    I’d get the Fold & Say Social Skills Book

  38. Word FLIPS

  39. Marty Harris says:

    I would get the Dice Dude Combo
    [email protected]

  40. Kathy Davis says:

    FB fan as Kathy Newsom Davis.

  41. Kathy Davis says:

    I would buy All About You, All About Me
    Fun Deck.
    Kathy Davis
    [email protected]

  42. Leanne Hill says:

    Id use it on the word flips

  43. kim burnett says:

    Yogarilla cards

  44. My son would LOVE the pirate talk board game
    sweetinsahmnity at gmail

  45. Yogarilla cards

  46. bonnye sensenig says:

    Ask & Answer® “Wh” Bingo

  47. Melissa M says:

    I would get pressure brushes for my son with SPD

  48. kelly tillotson says:

    magne-talk games or maybe the dice dudes!
    [email protected]

  49. melina r says:

    Pirate Talk Board Game

  50. Anytime Go-Togethers
    Super Photo Fun Deck®

  51. sandra davis says:

    like the jeepers peepers game

  52. Kimberly Schotz says:

    I like the Jeepers Peepers Game

  53. Lalaine hagler says:

    I want the ask and. Answer what cards

  54. Ellen C. says:

    I like the verbs photo cards. Thanks for the chance.

  55. Stephanie Larison says:

    Ask And Answer “Where” Cards

  56. Artic Chipper Chat

  57. I would get the “Can-Do”® Oral-Motor Game Boards. I think my granddaughter would benefit from them greatly.

  58. I would get some picture cards from the autism line of products.

  59. Charlene S says:

    I would get the Jeepers Peepers Game.

  60. Michelle S says:

    The Story Prediction Fun Deck looks interesting – I like critical thinking activities.

  61. I like the pirate boardgame

  62. Ann Fantom says:

    I would like to get the 500 Prefixes, Suffixes, and Stems Super Fun Deck

  63. Debra Hall says:

    Alphabet Add-on Picture Fish Set

  64. Joana A says:

    pre handwriting quickies book

  65. Sue Hull says:

    If I won this I’d give it to my sister to get something for my 2 neices.They’d probably like a game.Thank you for the cool giveaway! 🙂

  66. Deborah Mireles says:

    Artic Photos Fun Decks: Set 1 Combo

  67. jamie braun says:

    id get the Picture Fish Alphabet


  69. Colleen Maurina says:

    I would like to get their Hopping Frogs Board Game.

  70. Ring Bling following directions game

  71. Carrie Phelps says:

    Thank you for changing the tag for Pinterest, your other was flagged as spam.

  72. Carrie Phelps says:

    I would get the Jeepers Peepers® Glasses Game.

  73. Sylvia White says:

    I would get the First 100 Sight Words

  74. Carol L says:

    I liked the 200 More Sight Words Super Fun Deck
    . That would be at least one item I’d buy.
    Carol L

  75. i might get the Ask & Answer Social Skills Games

  76. D SCHMIDT says:

    I really like Grammar Gumballs Board Game

  77. Christina says:

    My kids would love this. I have never seen the dice guy!

  78. Sacha Schroeder says:

    Just for laughs looks fun!

  79. I’d use the gift certificate toward purchasing the “First 100 Sight Words plus Sentence Building Super Fun Deck.” We have several beginning readers in our family and these would help them along.

  80. vickie couturier says:

    Ask & Answer® WH Cards

  81. Jennifer T. says:

    I’d get the 200 More Sight Words plus Sentence Building Super Fun Deck by Thomas Webber.

  82. Katherine says:

    Yogarilla cards

  83. nannypanpan says:

    ask and answer who cards

  84. I like the HearBuilder® Following Directions Software Program

  85. What’s in Ned’s head game or ring bling