Think-ets rhyme with trinkets. And that’s what they are — and more!
Each Think-ets bag fits in the palm of your hand. A bag holds 15 miniature toys. My green bag contains: a book, a milk jug, a ring, an alphabet block, a Guatemalan doll, a shell, a hammer, a rose, a pig, a hammer, a pitcher, a burrito, a silver wish charm, a peace symbol and a magic want. All of these are smaller than my pen cap. Small. Cute. And my kids LOVE that which is small. Then, there are the thinking applications . . .
What games can you play? (Besides the obvious make-believe fun?!) Here are a few suggestions:
- What’s missing?
- What’s your story?
- What’s moved?
- What’s similar?
- What’s new?
- What is the rarest, your favorite, the fastest, etc.?
I found Think-ets at a toy store in Colorado and immediately contacted the owners to rave about their product. They happily offered an Imagination Soup reader a chance to win the blue bag!!
So, now for the good part and the reminder — these are not for young kids & are a choking hazard. If you’re an Imagination Soup subscriber, comment to win. I’ll choose a winner at random February 13, 2010. Good luck! If you don’t win, you’re going to want to order these — www.think-a-lots.com.
Congratulations, Heidi Farmer! Random.org picked you as the winner!!
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