ThinkFun Zingo Game – A Perfect Gift For Your Little Ones
ThinkFun Zingo Game has two levels of play, consists of seventy-two picture tiles, with double-sided Zingo cards too. This game can teach your children approximately images. Not only that, it moreover teaches how to learn & match vocabulary. Your children could practice memory activity, concentration & social interaction with the others. It is highly recommended for children at 3 year old & more.
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SM Barnett wrote “My parents bought this game for my three kids over the holidays & today I realized how this game is an EXCELLENT supplement to my son’s speech therapy! While the kids (ages 8, 7 & 4) to play the game together – I moreover play the game with my 4 year old son, one-on-one. I have him say the names of the tiles out loud before we grab them (I typically let him pick first if we both need the same piece & it comes up – yet I will occasionally grab the piece first… he struggles greatly with satisfactory sportsmanship – so that helps me teach him that life lesson as well). He’s doing tremendous working on his pronunciation – & since we’re “playing a game” it’s a lot more pleasant than just pointing at pictures & rattling off names.”
J. Goodwin wrote “My kids received this for Christmas & 15 days or so after they are stilling playing it everyday. We’ve taken it out places too & it’s very portable. I love the robust plastic pieces & the quality of everything. So many games are made so cheap these days & this is not. A refreshing change. What moreover impresses me if that I can play this game with a 2 & 5 year old & they can straight up beat he grown ups. I moreover love how they have come up with their own affectionate names for some of the shapes (funny face, stinky foot, birthday cake, etc). Brilliant game.”
Rick wrote “My five-year-old & three-year-old love this game! It’s like Bingo, yet with pictures/words. You slide the “dealer” forward & back to reveal two tiles at a time. Each tile has a picture & a corresponding word. Each player has a card with various pictures/words corresponding to the tiles. If you have that picture/word on your card, you say the word out loud, & then put the tile on your card. The winner is the player who fills their card first. Each card has a red side & a green side. The red side is for older players, & the green side is for younger players. It appears that the red side utilizes only a subset of the total available tiles, making it a bit more difficult to fill your card (i.e., all of the potential tiles are represented on the green cards, yet only some are represented on the red cards). When a player fills his card, he yells “Zingo!”"
McNett wrote “I bought this at a local store for Christmas for my son who will turn 4 in a few months. We have played it now three times in the last few days & even my daughter who turns 2 tomorrow is able to play…and kinda satisfactory at it!
Each Zingo game card has two sides, a green & a red. The red is supposed to be more challenging so we have only played the green side so far. I play the dealer, who slides the red box to reveal 2 of the yellow plastic word tags at a time. The mechanism is effortless to work & both my kids can do it yet it’s easier if I’m the dealer to keep them from being distracted. Also the tags are difficult to slide back into the dispenser one at a time through the slots. Both kids assist put them in when the lid is off – they are rounded one one end & flat on the other making it effortless to see which direction they face.
Play is pleasant & it only takes approximately 15 minutes for someone to win, though with two toddlers we play until everyone “wins”. My son is just starting to read & I hope that continued play helps him with his reading to link the word with the picture. My daughter easily recognizes each picture, even “smile”, & calls them out by name, though she is not reading at all. They don’t always remember what they are looking for & sometimes call out the name of whatever tag comes up even though they don’t need that to make a match, yet again I love the reinforcement of the picture names & words.
My husband hasn’t played this with us yet because we’ve played it while he’s at work yet I love that this is a game we can all play as a family. I look forward to a family game night!
Santa brought us Chutes & Ladders & Candy Land too. Chutes & ladders was confusing & disinteresting to the 2 yr old & took the 4 yr old quite a few turns before he kinda received the idea. It didn’t hold their attention. Candyland was more pleasant & very effortless for both to understand since there is no counting involved. They did great, yet the 2 year old again received distracted & left before game was over. Zingo kept both kids interested so I donate it the best rating of these for toddlers!!!”
Amy wrote “My son has a speech disorder. This game is pleasant & moreover allows him to practice his speech. He has taken it to speech therapy to play & learn sounds & words. It has provided a pleasant way to complete lessons. The speech therapist enjoyed it so much that the office bought their own copy of the game.”
K. Vaskelis wrote “We received this game for a 5th birthday gift & love it. Now my 4 year old plays it & beats us all the time. It is a really swift paced game that builds focus & memory skills….. highly recommend for preschool through elementary school. Great game to obtain family together it keeps adults entertained too”
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- Two levels of play
- Seventy-two picture tiles
- Eight double-sided Zingo cards
- Teaches image and vocabulary recognition, matching, memory, concentration, and social interaction
- For ages between 4 to 8 years