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Bill Ritchie & Andrea Barthello Interviewed by Global Toy News

My Interview with ThinkFun's Bill Ritchie and Andrea Barthello!

August 5, 2014

Richard Gottlieb, Global Toy Experts (Global Toy News, August 5, 2014)

 

Back to School, Back to Math Dice!

Back to School, Back to Math Dice!

Earlier this year, the 10th annual Math Dice Competition was held in Arlington County. This county-wide event brings together students who have been practicing and playing Thinkfun’s MathDice game for months in preparation, and the skill level, determination, and off-the-wall wacky team spirit is always inspiring!

 

BigLeap, with ThinkFun CEO Bill Ritchie & Neuroscientist Silvia Bunge, Launches 1st Crowd-Funding Challenge for Social Good

August 20, 2013 07:15 ET

BigLeap Launches First Crowd-Funding Challenge Platform for Social Good

First Challenge Aims to Give Children Everywhere Access to Free Games That Can Actually Make Them Smarter

 

Laser Maze and Zingo Sight Words win ASTRA Best Toys for Kids 2013!

We are so honored that BOTH Laser Maze and Zingo! Sight Words have been named Best Toys for Kids by ASTRA, the American Specialty Toy Retailing Association!

 

The Best Toys for Kids program was created by ASTRA to help its retailer members attract media coverage and customers to their stores during the fourth quarter. This year, winners were voted for by more than 550 independent and neighborhood toy retailers, and announced on June 19, the final day of the 2013 Marketplace & Academy in Nashville, TN.

 

Rush Hour Featured in Scientific American

Scientific American Mind Magazine is dedicated to innovations in brain science, and the 2013 May/June issue features a story on brain-training games that puts a spotlight on Rush Hour. This iconic ThinkFun logic puzzle was featured in a piece on brain training games that have a proven effect on improving the way children’s brains work.

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