The rare vintage Go Fish Sound Card Game was published by Marion Kingsbury and the Remedial Education Center of Washington, D.C. in 1941. The focus of this educational card game was to teach children the basic consonant sounds of the English language. It was one of a series of children’s games produced by the publisher throughout the 1940s.
There are 59 consonant plastic-coated cards in the deck, along with an instruction card and an advertisement card for other games. The cards are in mint condition. Though a bit dulled with age, the box top and bottom are also in excellent vintage condition. The box top has the remnant of a price tag in its upper left-hand corner. The box bottom is imprinted with the address for re-ordering the game, though the majority of the blue ink has been worn away from usage.
If you have a young child with whom you are teaching basic consonant sounds, then Go Fish Sound Card Game is an excellent educational tool for that purpose. This game also makes for a great gift for a pre- or elementary-school language arts teacher.