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The Hill Family Celebrates Family Game Night... with a Zing!

By Sarah Hill, mom of 3 and blogger at Raising Redheads

Usually, when our family plays games, our youngest child Gemma takes a relatively passive role, scooping up whatever discarded tiles/cards/miscellanea we aren’t using. At two and a half, that’s all we could really expect from her. Or so I thought.

Fun is a Family Tradition for the Jost Family!

Kimberlee Jost, whose blog Screaming, Running, Naked... Down the Driveway of Life chronicles the life of her wonderful family, shares how she works in "sneaky education" with games like Zingo!

A Family Uses Language Games to Build Speech Skills and Family Bonds!

Last year, Laura's family adopted three boys from Uganda, and she shares their remarkable journey in her blog. Here she describes how language games have been tremendous tools in helping her boys in speech therapy!

In the fall of 2008, our family embarked on a new journey: adoption.  We were matched with 2 little boys ages 3 and 4.  We were informed the youngest, Daniel, was hearing impaired and the oldest, Jeremiah, had some speech issues.  After much prayer, we decided these boys were to be our new sons--4 sons in all!

The Burk Family

Ever since we discovered Rush Hour, ThinkFun games have had a place in our home.  When we got the whole complement of the games, we started a group tradition with them.

These days, the games live in our entry hall, under the “telephone table.”  Several days a week, when I come home from work, my kids (Ezra, 11 and Emmet, 9) will run to greet me, followed by my incredible wife Rebekah.  We’ll usually throw down a few games and lie on the carpet right in front of the door, sometimes playing in parallel, sometimes working together. 

The Knutson Family

If you're a fan of ThinkFun, you know that they create their fantastic games with the belief that children learn best while at play. As a mom and a homeschooler, I completely agree, and I have seen the proof with my own eyes. I'm a mom of four children, ranging in age from 2 to 9 years of age. We just started our sixth year of homeschooling, and like every other year, unstructured playtime plays an important role in our weekly school schedule.


Meet the Wong Family!

Like most families, we seem to always be on the run from one activity to the next. Our house is filled with constant chatter and movement.  Well, what can you expect in a home with 3 busy kids ages 5, 8, and 10? We do have moments of quiet down time. This is the perfect chance to open up our arsenal of ThinkFun Games instead of turning on the TV or Xbox. Sure, I’m all for relaxing and having fun, but while my kids are enjoying their play time, I am content knowing that the benefits of ThinkFun games reach far beyond just having a good time! 

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