If they aren’t good readers then there are several possible options.
option 1) We can amend a game booklet to be in 1st person. This removes the need to digest and paraphrase quickly and means the youngster can simply read exactly what’s written in their booklet. This carries customisation costs, but if you prefer we can email you the booklet files in MSword so you can amend them yourself and keep the costs down.
Option 2) We can reduce the number of questions they need to ask and answer (often also re-writing them into first person, and simplifying the statements as well). Sometimes we need to draft in custom characters to make this work. And again you can ask us to do the work, or you can do it yourself using an MSword copy.
Option 3) You cast them in a supporting capacity only (no speaking role) where they work with their parent or cousin, just asking the questions, after the supervising adult has paraphrased for them e.g. “Jonny, ask Miss Jane Marbles what she was doing in the hall.” You can give them a “character” to dress up as, and even a “role” e.g. Youngest Cousin of Bruce Bugatti; son or nephew of Anne Maretto etc, it all depends on the plot picked.
Option 4) You create a “time filler” booklet for youngsters which has the same covers as the adult books but inside contains puzzles and dot to dot and other activities e.g. word searches that will keep them occupied over dinner. This works well for very young children who are unlikely to be interested for long in a plot. We do stock activity sheets for children in our accessories section.