In 1931 an architect name Alfred Butts designed and manufactured the first game of Scrabble. He played and enjoyed the game with his friends and pals and thus one of the most intelligent games was born. Now Mattel Scrabble Original has become world famous and has thrilled anyone who has ever played it. This Scrabble board game is extremely useful for developing vocabulary and to build strong spelling ability. It is a wonderful mental exercise to keep your brain active and working. It is thus preferred by people around the world because it educates in an entertaining and interactive way.
A game for everyone
Scrabble is one of the premier board games and is fun for not only kids but also adults. The Mattel Scrabble Junior board game is a wonderful representation of Mattel Scrabble Original. The Scrabble Junior from Mattel caters to all age groups. Scrabble Junior is considered a great starting point for amateurs, beginners and children and after gaining some experience, they can move on to Mattel Scrabble Original.
Design and Build
Mattel is famous for its Mattel Scrabble Original. Like all Mattel products, the Scrabble board game is made with strict quality check and control. The pieces are built to withstand years of use and the printing is indelible and lasting. The board is also manufactured with strong materials and will sustain long usage. Scrabble Junior can be enjoyed by kids as well as adults and can be played with up to four players. Though the manufacturer recommends this game for children up to 10 years of age, others who are above this age can enjoy it too.
Scrabble is educational as well as entertaining; it is quite beneficial for people preparing for vocabulary and spelling quizzes and tests. It is a great tool to stoke the educational fervor in your child, allowing him or her to study and at the same time, enjoy learning.
Strong and sturdy build
Robust tiles and lasting printing
Educational as well as entertaining
Suitable for kids up to 10 years of age and above
Can be played by 2-4 players
Good for vocabulary development and spelling formation