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Genetics... with a Zing!

The following guest post is shared by Allyson Zanetti, a biology teacher for at-risk students in a high school outside Detroit… the way she has taken Zingo!, a game originally designed for preschoolers, and transformed it into a tool to teach the principles of genetics is incredible!

Genetics with a Zing!

Teaching at-risk high school students can be [...]

Create your Own Family Zingo!

I love hearing from creative fans who take a game and make it their own!  The photo below comes from the Subity family, who, after hours of fun playing Zingo!, decided to personalize the game and create a family version called… SUBINGO!  Here Caleb’s dad Sam describes their creation…

 

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Build Early Reading Skills through Play!

The following post is shared by Malia, a former teacher and founder of the early literacy company Playdough to Plato!  Malia reached out to ThinkFun after finding our games to be fantastic language tools, and she was eager to share them with her readers!  In this post she shares her experience with Zingo! and What’s [...]

Must Love Dogs (And We Do!)

Last summer, ThinkFun received the following email from an inquisitive – and very perceptive – 4 1/2 year old fan:

Hello,

My name is Ariela. I am 4 1/2 years old. I was wondering why the dog on the Zingo box cover is sad? I would like the dog to be happy and [...]

ThinkFun Games Engage Every Type of Learner!

The following post is shared by Sarah Baumgarten, a 2nd grade teacher at Birchview Dunes Elementary School in Wasaga Beach, Ontario.

 

I was introduced to the ThinkFun games in September 2007, and I was “hooked” on the games the first time I played them! I found them challenging and fun. I was a little skeptical as to [...]

8 Nights of ThinkFun!

I recently connected with Hilary, one of ThinkFun’s fantastic Facebook fans, who shared a fun new approach she and her family were taking for the Hanukkah holiday!  This year, she and her husband decided to keep Hanukkah simple with a focus on family togetherness, and they gave a new ThinkFun game to their sons each [...]

A New Game for Rudolph!

Heading up social media for ThinkFun is most fun around the holidays, when the world has toys on the brain and our fans are eagerly waiting to give or unwrap our latest games!  This holiday tweet from a mom in Florida made me laugh out loud – and shows that even our youngest fans have [...]

Family Game Night... with a Zing!

The following guest post is shared by Sarah Hill, the mom behind the Raising Redheads blog which features her three adorable children.  Last year in a post called Zingo! Monday, Sarah featured video of her youngest daughter Gemma naming Zingo images rapid fire.  Here she shares more on how the Hill family continues to make [...]

A Speech Therapist Builds Language Skills Using Zingo!

I am thrilled to share the following guest post by Kelly Rholes.  Kelly is a fabulous Speech Therapist who integrates game play into her practice to engage young players and make learning fun and meaningful!  Here she shares creative ways to use ThinkFun’s Zingo! game to target a range of different learning needs:

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ThinkFun in Peru!

We love seeing photos of students all over the world playing ThinkFun games!
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Our fantastic Peruvian distributor recently shared photos from two local events.  First is a professional development training to help educators use games in the classroom, the rest are from a preschool that gave students Zingo! games as holiday gifts!

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