Giveaway: Wordsearch Junior Fun with Drumond Park

Wordseach Junior Drumond Park Review

Drumond Park Word Search Family Clan
Wordsearch Junior from Drumond Park

When I mentioned a ‘wordsearch game’ to Jake he wasn’t so excited as he says he finds them hard in school. I was determined to change his mind as I myself love a good wordsearch! He had a look at the Wordsearch Junior box we had received from Drumond Park and I’m happy to say he was intrigued to come and play as the box is bright, and very well aimed at children with various animals/objects in an animated design.

We opened the box and was pleasantly surprised at the size and quality of the product

Drumond Park Word Search Family Clan


The contents of the box :-

1 Wordsearch board
9 double-sided game discs (18 different games)
4 x 35 marking pieces (red, yellow, green and blue)

For children who are learning their letters – Wordsearch Junior is a brilliant introduction to spotting patterns of pictures and simple words. 

Drumond Park wordsearch Family Clan


How to play:-

Wordsearch Junior has 3 levels of game play for different levels to suit the age of the children playing.

You insert your colored game disc which is suited to your child, held into place by placing over the transparent disc and blue ring.
Simple as that, you are then ready to start your game!

There is a gap in the blue ring, which reveals to you word/images for you to find. The first player to find the word/image pattern then places their colored counter piece over the letters spelling out the word. Next player then takes their turn by turning the board around again which will then reveal the next word/images to find.

Different player levels:-

Blue ‘picture pattern’ puzzle: Search for the pattern that is revealed i.e. ‘Fish, Bird, Fish’ when you find  the pattern on the board you cover it with your colored counters. Sometimes there are multiple correct answers.

Red ‘picture hint’ puzzle: Search for the animal/word that is revealed i.e. a picture of a dog then word ‘dog’. Find the image of the dog on the board then your child can look for the word dog which is situated nearby. I think this is a brilliant idea and such a fun way of children to learn spellings.

Green ‘word only’ Puzzle: Search for the word that is revealed and place your colored markers on once you have found it!

Drumond Park Word Search Family Clan


The first player to find the correct pattern shouts out, points at the answer and places their colored counters over the images.Because the disc turns, each player will see the board at different angles during the game. If a player shouts out the word but cannot point to the word of pattern immediately then the player loses their turn!
If another player finds a word which crosses over your word the new word will replace the old counter and add a new one.

The player with the most colored markers on the board when all the words have been found is the winner!

Our Thoughts

Im so glad to say, after playing this game, Jake has changed his mind and he really enjoys word searchers now! He said it is much better than he thought and ‘this game is really fun’! Jake is 6, so this game is really suited for him, Grace is 3 and not yet learned all her letters, but I know this will come to help her when she is learning in the very near future!

Aimed at age 4+ and 2-4 players this is a great family fun game and excellent quality which will last us many years to come.

This game is available from Amazon and any good toy retailer for £10.99

Mummy H and Jake


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150 thoughts on “Giveaway: Wordsearch Junior Fun with Drumond Park

  1. Upwords is my favourite because I find it easier than scrabble to find words as you can build up the letters to make new words

  2. We enjoy playing Scrabble as a family game and it has helped my son with his spelling and to make up larger words to gain points

  3. I love scrabble. I also have a junior scrabble for when the grandchildren come to stay but I find this much harder. Trying to keep a game going working off of 3 or 4 letter words is very difficult

  4. My daughter and I love playing Hangman. It’s great for her spelling and writing, plus keeps us occupied on long train journeys.

  5. scrabble but ive never been very good at it but i love word searches i used to time myself as a kid doing them to see how quick i completed them

  6. I love getting words out of a long word (not sure what it called) just need a pen and paper we pick a long word and then set a timer and see who can find the most words.

  7. I used to love scrabble… but I now have an App on my phone called Word Cookies which is lots of fun….its a bit like the conundrum on “COUNTDOWN” You have to make words out of the letters they give you.

  8. I love wordsearches and my son loves to join in too (we have different coloured pens to see who finds most, we always buy a book of wordsearches for our holidays

  9. for me its scrabble as there is junior and adult version and its a great way of getting the family together (and I always win) – I don’t let the kids win (often)

  10. Scrabble and Boggle – we all like working out the best strategy to score the optimum points and my children learn obscure little words to slot in.

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  12. I love the Orchard Farm word games. They really helped my son with his reading, writing and spelling. We are just starting to move on to word searches. Storm Doris left us stranded at Kings Cross for a few hours. We were making our own wordsearches on napkins to entertain our son.

  13. We love scrabble my daughter loves it and has thought of some really great words it is great at increasing young children’s vocabulary.

  14. Scrabble we have played it since I was a child. Now we play it with he kids it’s great fun and helps them learn at the same time.

  15. Sorry, I forgot about the eight words so please delete previous post.

    I love solving anagrams because it keeps my brain in good working order 🙂

  16. I love playing scrabble as it gets my brain moving, I would say it gets my brain working but I don’t want to push it lol x

  17. I really just love a big book of wordsearches. My other half always laughs at me with my glasses perched on my nose, chewing on the end of my pen as I search and he has been known to move a few sunbeds over when i’m wordsearching on holiday!

  18. Hangman as all you need is a pencil and something to write on (or even a stick and some dirt) so you can play it anywhere really!

  19. We actually have the adult version of this and it’s so much fun!! My partner and I always like to make it a competition

  20. Scrabble is our favourite word game. However, if we don’t have that with us, a game of hangman is always good to fall back on.

  21. Scrabble – it makes me use my brain and I learn new words from my partner! (although some are made up I reckon!)

  22. I love the logo game as logos are everywhere business or pleasure and it’s so fun when you know you know it but cannot place and everyone is screaming at you!

  23. Hangman we always play this at home as a family it provides an all together family fun time with many laughs

  24. I love monopoly, we have so any different editions so it’s like a different game every time we play and it gets the kids of their computers for hours. Great way to spend time with the kids 🙂

  25. We love Stop The Bus at the moment. It’s great playing it with my son and seeing him enjoy it just as much as I did at his age 🙂

  26. I used to play Boggle with my sisters when we were at my grandparents house. We all used to love pushing the boggle and watching the dice spin 🙂

  27. I love all word games, Scrabble, Boggle, wordsearches, crosswords, everything and anything word related I do enjoy.

  28. i like scrabble as it brings the family together and also helps the younger members learning/improve their spelling

  29. I always loved word searches, having to really concentrate to find the words and great for filling boring waits at the doctors or bus stop.

  30. we play the alphabet game, its easy to play, no equipment required and it can change each time you play by choosing a different topic, great to play if you need to distract the kids on a long journey

  31. We love Bananagrams, my son isn’t old enough to play the whole game but he does love trying to make words with the letters in front of him.

  32. We like Scrabble. My Son has grown up (now ten) playing it, and I think this has really helped with his vocab and spelling

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