Guess who got a festive makeover?! Introducing… holiday Rush Hour!
ThinkFun's Rush Hour: Holiday Edition app puts a seasonal spin on the award-winning Rush Hour game
We are so excited to share the Rush Hour: Holiday Edition app, available for a limited time for both Apple and Android devices!
Rush Hour: Holiday Edition gives ThinkFun’s classic brain [...]
Sometimes it’s hard to give a quick, concise answer when I try and explain why I do what I do… which is why I’m grateful to little Joey R. at Pelican Elementary, whose letter I opened today.
What do our games actually DO?! I couldn’t have said it better myself!
Our company is [...]
Another great note from the ThinkFun mailbag – this one from a school that received a donation from our company and is using games to inspire and motivate!
Thank you for donating your educational games to our classrooms!
Our students love your hands on and interactive games… Our teachers do, too! Since receiving the [...]
I am thrilled to feature the following guest post written by Amy, a missionary and homeschooling mom of 3 who uses games to enhance her curriculum. Amy is the fantastic mom behind the Missional Mama blog which I encourage you to check out – and you can follow her tweets here!
Here Amy shares the [...]
This recent report from Fransiskus Asisi Elementary School in Jakarta, Indonesia (where President Obama spent 3 years as a student!) shares the school’s Math Club initiative, using brain games like ThinkFun’s Rush Hour to encourage creative thinking and problem solving among students!
Math Club (Creative Laboratory)
Fransiskus Asisi Elementary School, Jakarta, Indonesia
Fransiskus Asisi Menteng Dalam Elementary [...]
This letter I received yesterday made me smile! A young Rush Hour fan lucked out when an enterprising brother decided to sell his copy of the game, and I love that he took the time to share his story!
This video made my day! A father teaching in Japan recently shared this fantastic video of his 5 year old daughter Nina working diligently through tough Rush Hour challenges. Her flushed cheeks and “tired brain” at the end are signs of a real mind workout!
I sent Nina’s dad a message congratulating Nina on her impressive [...]
Last summer I spent a fabulous day at camp – Puzzle Piazza camp that is! The MathTree Puzzle Piazza program is a super fun DC-area summer camp that uses ThinkFun puzzles and games like Rush Hour to teach problem solving strategies through play… a game lovers dream! In the following guest post, MathTree [...]
What a thrill to wake up this morning and see Stephanie Oppenheim on the Today Show in a segment featuring games that support learning through play! Even better? She shared two ThinkFun games that are very close to my heart – Zingo 1-2-3 and Rush Hour – both the physical game and the app!
Yesterday, New York Times technology columnist David Pogue shared this very funny, and very insightful post on the captivating hold his iPad has over his 6 year old son:
A Parent’s Struggle With a Child’s iPad Addiction
I think my 6-year-old is addicted to the iPad.
He asks for it constantly. He wants to use it in the [...]