Think Fun Review & Giveaway Ends (6/18)

I received products in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.

Very rarely do I find a company that perfectly blends fun and educational activities into one seamlessly. is a company that embodies this idea. I have reviewed some of their products before and was very excited to be able to check out some of their newest games.

We received , which is a twist on their Roll & Play. We loved Roll & Play so much that we could not wait to try out Move & Groove. It is a perfect game for toddlers. They take turns throwing the plush cube and then turn over the card that is the same color as the side of the cube that is facing up when it lands. The categories are focused on movement. Move & Groove is wonderful for developing balance, coordination, imagination and flexibility. Recently I had a chance to go into my son’s preschool class and teach them a game. I brought this one and they had a wonderful time! His teacher loved it so much she wanted to get one for the class. Then, the next time I went in, she had one. The Move & Groove game is the perfect way to teach taking turns while having fun and moving.

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I also received . This game is a twist on their classic Zingo Game. It is basically a word bingo where you use letter tiles to create three letter words. I love that you can choose to have one or two letters missing. I used this as a tool when working with one of my tutoring students. She loved the dispenser that the letter tiles come through. It was very sturdy and fun to use. Zingo Word Builder is a fun, tactile twist on building words. ThinkFun focuses on every last detail! I really appreciate that they made the dispenser so interactive, gave two options for the number of letters missing and were sure to make the vowels a different color. While Zingo Word Builder is a little above my son I have been working with him on letter recognition. He loves sliding the top and seeing which letters will come out. With him we use Zingo Word Builder to develop letter identification and letter sounds. This is a wonderful educational tool!

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ThinkFun is on a mission to create learning games that are fun and educationally effective. They have a fun variety of Think Fun games available to on their website. I really love that they offer such a similar experience as the actual games. As a parent I appreciate that there aren’t pop up adds like there are in many apps.

In addition to their online games the ThinkFun website is full of resources for and parents. With summer here ThinkFun is the perfect place to find games and resources to keep your child’s skills fresh over the summer break while having wonderful family time together!


FOLLOW: You can connect with ThinkFun on , , , and .

BUY: You can purchase ThinkFun games directly from their . Teachers can save 20% off with the code TEACHERS at checkout!

WIN: One lucky YGTB reader will win their choice of Move & Groove or Zingo Word Builder. Enter below for your chance to win!

Good luck! Thank you for entering our giveaways!


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Special thanks to ThinkFun for the products to review and for sponsoring this great giveaway!

All of my opinions are my own and are 100% honest.

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  1. Patricia says:

    Zingo World Builder.

  2. Cyndie Miller says:

    Zingo Word Builder!

  3. I like the Zingo game.

  4. Amanda Temple says:

    Move and groove sounds great for us. My little guy loves to dance!

  5. Julie Lynn Bickham says:

    Would like to get the Move and Groove game.

  6. Dandi D says:

    I’d really like to win the Zingo word builder for my son.

  7. Kortney Picker says:

    I would love to win the Move and Groove game because I think my daughter would love this! She loves to dance, so this is perfect for her!

  8. latanya says:

    the move and groove

  9. courtney hennagir says:

    I would love the move and groove game for my daughter.She would have a blast!

  10. Christina Dutra says:

    if i won, i would choose Zingo Word Builder.

  11. Zingo

  12. Zingo World Builder.

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  14. Dawn Monroe says:

    Move and groove.

  15. Cassandra Eastman says:

    I’d love the Zingo Word Builder for my son who’s starting kindergarten!

  16. Linda H. says:

    I would love to win Zingo.

  17. Janice Dean says:

    They both look interesting, but the Zingo Word Builder would really help my grandsons! Thanks

  18. Move and groove!!

  19. Natalie Brown says:

    Hello! I would like to win the Move & Groove game. My grandson is the perfect age for this game! Thank-you!!

  20. I think the word builder for my daughter. She’s probably a bit too old for the move and groove game.

  21. Stephanie Shipley says:

    I would love to win the Zingo Word Builder game to play with my son!

  22. Julie Lee says:

    I’d love to win the word builder since we are working on reading with my kiddo!

  23. Amber Broussard says:

    Word builder my little boy starts prek si it will be useful

  24. christine jessamine says:

    I would love the word builder

  25. heather says:

    I want the zingo game.

  26. Chrissy Malave says:

    I would like to win the Zingo Word Builder since my kids are just starting out with their spelling words and I bet this will make it fun!

  27. leslie roberts says:

    I would like the Zingo Word Builder!

  28. Jessica Medina says:

    The Zingo word builder game sounds awesome!

  29. Zingo Word Builder.

  30. Debby Chandler says:

    I would like to win the Word Builder.

  31. lissa crane says:

    I would love to win the Zingo Word Builder for my four children! This is something I could pass on to the younger ones when the older have improved with their words!

  32. Diana Hatch says:

    I would like Zingo

  33. jeremy mclaughlin says:

    The Zingo game

  34. the Move and Groove game

  35. Darlene Owen says:

    i would love the Move and Groove game.

  36. Nice

  37. If I won, I’d get the Zingo World Builder.

  38. susie king says:

    I would love Zingo Word Builder. Thanks for the opportunity.

  39. Kelley Maki says:

    move and groove

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