Word Dice Game

By Show Me The Kwan

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Show Me The Kwan is a mind teaser game, which is ideal for those who love word games and for those who aren't very good at them.

  • Includes minute timer, 12 letter dice, 1 order die, instructions, and carrying case
  • Features 30 cards with 300 categories
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 7.75" x 4" x 1.5"
  • Weight: 1 lb.

11 Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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Fun, fast and brainy.


Instructions good, so fun, we loved when the dice landed on first letter, and last letter was 2nd best. We would groan and scream when the dice landed on last letter. No matter our thinking caps had to be on for all.More > < Less




This game is going back to college--I am sure the kids are going to have lots of fun with it. Thanks for a nice product!!


Fun Game for All Ages


I gave this game to my 10 yr. old granddaughter for Christmas. We all played it, ranging in age from 76 to 10. It was a lot of fun and I think educational too cause u have to know your spelling!
We are great game lovers so I am sure we will be playing this a lot as time goes by.
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Excellent Game


Bought 2 of this as Christmas gifts for grandkids and when they opened them we all had a blast playing the game.




Bought this for my son & daughter in law.
They love all games and found KWAN to be a great addition to their word game collection.

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Show Me The Kwan - Word Game

About Show me the Kwan!

Roll & Spell

From a company called Griddly Games comes a fast-paced word game you don’t have to be a spelling bee champion to enjoy. It’s called Show Me the Kwan and it’s as easy to learn as it is fun to play for people of all ages from 8 year olds to grown ups. In fact, it’s simple enough to sum it up in just a paragraph. Here goes…

As long as you can sound out the first letter, the second letter, or the last letter of a word, you Kwan play this game (no, that is not a typo). Simply pick a category from one of two levels of playing cards (for example, “in the park”), roll the special die to see if the goal of the round is to find the first, second, or last letter of something you might find in the park, then flip the timer and let the word play begin. Blurt out words and grab letters until all the dice are scooped up. At the end of each round, tally up the points on the dice you’ve collected. There are two ways to win. Either be the first to earn 25 points or achieve the ultimate Kwan by using just one letter to make three different words each time using the letter in a different place.

Look up Kwan in the dictionary and you’ll find several definitions for it. But to Griddly Games, Kwan is just another way of saying awesome which is exactly the word our testers used to describe Show Me The Kwan. Family game night, anyone?