MagneTalk® Magnetic Mealtime

Magnetic Board Game

By Audrey Prince and Design by Tony Mitchell & Sharon G. Webber, M.S.

Grades PreK and Up

SKU
SAS134
Rating:
92% of 100
$24.95

Sturdy magnetic board game with 48 photo tiles to help children learn about healthy eating with the five basic food groups - Meats, Vegetables, Fruits, Dairy, and Grains.

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Sturdy magnetic board game with 48 photo tiles to help children learn about healthy eating with the five basic food groups - Meats, Vegetables, Fruits, Dairy, and Grains.

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Author(s) Audrey Prince and Design by Tony Mitchell & Sharon G. Webber, M.S.
Topic Basic Concepts, Describing Skills, Early Skills, Evidence-Based Products, Games, Hearing and Sign Language, Magnetic Items, Vocabulary
Brand Super Duper Publications

MagneTalk® Magnetic Mealtime

What's for dinner?

Children love using this magnetic game to discuss and create healthy meals. Teach your children five basic food groups including meats, vegetables, fruits, dairy, and grains. The vinyl photo-magnets provide plenty of play options for learning new vocabulary and categorizing foods by their food groups. The set includes one sturdy, colorful magnetic game board (14" x 18"), and 48 magnetic photo tiles (1¼" up to 2"). MagneTalk Magnetic Mealtime keeps children asking for seconds!

Foods

  • bagel
  • bread (wheat)
  • bread (white)
  • cereal
  • crackers
  • roll
  • muffin
  • pancakes
  • macaroni
  • spaghetti
  • rice
  • waffle
  • broccoli
  • carrots
  • celery
  • corn
  • green beans
  • lettuce
  • mushrooms
  • onions
  • peas
  • potatos
  • zucchini
  • cauliflower
  • apple (red)
  • apple (green)
  • blueberries
  • cantaloupe
  • grapes
  • kiwi
  • lemon
  • oranges
  • peach
  • pineapple
  • strawberry
  • watermelon
  • bananas
  • cheese
  • ice cream
  • milk
  • yogurt
  • steak
  • chicken
  • eggs
  • ham
  • hot dog
  • fish
  • shrimp
Customer Reviews
  1. excelent
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    Was very appealing to children. I recommend

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  2. Great material
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    This product is easily portable and can be a spring board for many meal time activities. I have used this with a wide range of ages. It can be a simple sorting and category tool or a way to build complete sentences that include conjunctions. The pictures help those students that need visual support to elicit language. Plus it can be used receptively to build vocabulary and listening skills.

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  3. Amazing How Little They Know
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    I used this with children ages 4-6, I learned how much they didn't know about where their food comes from. Guess that's what happens when everything is pre-packaged. It was an eye opener for all of us.

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  4. Speech Language Pathologist
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    Great activity for the little ones to get a mean length of utterance!

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  5. Easy and Fun
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    This is a compact and realistic vocabulary tool that is perfect for little hands to explore. My students happily create meals while learning about familiar and new foods. It is a worthwhile investment for any therapist's "bag of tricks."

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  6. MagneTalk Mealtime
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    Who's hungry!? My kids absolutely love this product! It reinforces categorizing as well as the healthy food groups. We also use this product to expand our language while we discuss our favorite foods. Thanks Super Duper for allowing my students to play with their food!

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  7. Magnetalk Magnetic mealtime
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    I love this product so much that I bought a second one when It was on sale. It needs more dairy examples

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  8. Mealtime
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    This game offers reinforcement of vocabulary building centered around one of my favorite things - food. The kids can plan a meal and pretend to feed it to their special stuffed animal or doll. You can sort by type, color or taste. Talk about good food choices. Practice setting the table. The fun is only limited to your imagination.

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  9. Fun Product
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    I enjoy most of the Magnetalk products. I use with my little Early Intervention clients as well as Pre-k to work on classification and higher level activities. Good quality and small enough to tote around.

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  10. Brilliant!
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    I remember learning about the different food groups when I was much older than my children. Pierre is 2 years old and Virginie 4. I keep the game out on the table. When they eat something they put it on the plate in the middle of the boardgame. After bath time I ask them to find what I name that is left and put it on the right group. Been French, I use it to teach them in French and in English. It is simply brilliant, as even my 2 year old know the different food group. I love it!

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