ThinkFun Zingo Sight Words Early Reading Game – Toy of the Year Finalist, Developed by Educators for Pre-K to 2nd Graders

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Zingo Sight Words is one of ThinkFun’s most popular and bestselling games, and is the winner of an ASTRA Best Toys for Kids Award, among others. It’s a fun pre-reading game for ages 4 and up that teaches children to recognize sight words, and is one of the best gifts you can buy for kids. Zingo Sight Words is made with high quality components, and comes with a very clear and easy to understand instruction manual – you’ll be able to play within minutes of opening the box. Like all of ThinkFun’s games, Zingo Sight Words is built to develop critical thinking skills. Playing will improve language skills through fun and fast placed play.

Product Features

  • DEVELOPED BY EDUCATORS – Zingo Sight Words is a bingo style game that was developed by educators to create a great play and stealth learning experience for Pre-K to 2nd graders and help with reading skills.
  • CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS – Easy to learn with a clear, high quality instruction manual. You can start playing immediately!
  • DEVELOPS CRITICAL SKILLS – Perfect for pre-readers and early readers, teaches recognition of essential words.
  • AWARD WINNER – Winner of ASTRA Best Toys for Kids Award and others, and was a 2013 Toy of the Year Finalist.

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|| Comments

    By Anonymous on December 06, 2018

    Only 24 different words.

    By Anonymous on December 06, 2018

    Game received NOT as described!

    By Anonymous on December 06, 2018

    Fun for small kids, mechanism works well, beware of missing tiles My kids love this. We got our first set as a gift. I bought this one as a spare because it was quickly clear that my 4-year-old twins were going to destroy the original set. That’s OK. The game held up well, and the tiles are easy for kids to lose. The “Zinger” mechanism works very well; we have rarely had problems with it, and it works for the kids playing independently. But the new set came with a couple surprises. It’s 7-player, 78-tiles instead of 6-player 72-tiles. So the cards are…

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