Think Fun Roll and Play Game for Toddlers – Your Child’s First Game! Award Winning and Fun for Parents and Kids

Roll and Play is one of ThinkFun’s most popular toddler games, and has won several awards including an Oppenheim Platinum Award. It’s a game designed to be played by parents and their toddlers together, comes with a large plush cube and a set of cards, and makes a great gift for your toddler. Roll and Play 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 it. Roll & Play strengthens bonds and builds confidence while encouraging creativity, active play and gross motor skills.

Product Features

  • WHAT YOU GET – Roll and Play is made with a WHAT YOU GET plush cube, and comes with 48 game cards which provide endless learning opportunities and lots of fun. Also includes a storage pocket for cards, and a parent’s guide.
  • CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS – Easy to learn with a clear, high quality instruction manual. You can start playing immediately!
  • DEVELOPS CRITICAL SKILLS – Encourages creativity, active play and gross motor skills, and provides a perfect stealth learning experience for your toddler.
  • AWARD WINNER – Winner of many awards including the Play Advances Language Award, Oppenheim Platinum Award, and more. Also a Toy of the Year Finalist.

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3 Responses to Think Fun Roll and Play Game for Toddlers – Your Child’s First Game! Award Winning and Fun for Parents and Kids

  1. Sara Capasso says:

    Great 1st toddler game This was a gift to my 2 year old son from his grandparents. It is a simple little game with bright colors and a fun block ball to throw. The cards come in six categories-emotions, counting, body parts, colors, animal sounds and actions. My son enjoys all of them except the colors category-I think he finds it boring.To play, the child throws the block and then you find a card with the corresponding color and do what the card says. For example, “Make a surprised face.” “Pat…

  2. CJRex says:

    Family Fun With a Toddler! We tried this when my son was 19 or 20 months, and he was SO EXCITED. A little TOO excited, it turned out, because he couldn’t keep his hands off of ALL the cards. We did our best and then put it up, deciding we’d try again later. A few weeks later, he saw the cube in the closet and started asking to play. “Game? Game? Please?” So we got it out and had a BLAST as a family. We played by taking turns rolling the die and then handing our son the appropriate card to ‘read’ for us…

  3. M&MsMom says:

    PERFECT first game for my autistic 3 year old I can’t say enough about this game. Santa brought it for my autistic 3 year old son, in the hopes that it would be simple enough for him to attend to. It’s PERFECT. He’s extremely smart, but doesn’t really play appropriately…until now! It’s the first game that he could understand, follow the instructions, and tolerate turn-taking. The commands are simple enough for him to do (he needed some guidance the first time through a few of the cards, like “make a silly face”, which doesn’t…

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