Boulder, CO, May 27, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Think-a-lot Toys has just released another themed Think-ets game in its growing collection of games that stimulate imagination and creativity—the Think-ets Beach Collection. Along with the existing Think-ets Fairy Collection and Sports Collection, the Beach Collection has fifteen adorable, tiny trinkets—this time with a beach theme. The beach "tiny treasures" include a dolphin, beach pail, boat, sun charm and watermelon. The game is adorable and portable and breaks open your imagination rather than the bank.
Parents love new ways to get their kids away from the computer and engaged in open-ended play—something all child development specialists and play researchers say is good for social and cognitive development. The allure of the miniature trinkets gets kids talking, sharing, laughing—even working together. Some of the games kids can play with their Think-ets include the classic memory game, “What’s Missing?” “What’s Your Story?” and the simple but challenging logic game, “Who’s Last?” The tiny trinkets, imported from around the world, come with instructions for ten different games to play so kids rarely get bored.
Think-ets combines fun with education and can be used on summer travels, at pool sides or in restaurants. Says one Mom, “We love this game and highly recommend it for families. I love the small size of the pouch—it can easily fit into a purse or diaper bag. The games are Brain-Boosters to enhance memory and critical thinking skills, and a great activity to play while waiting for a doctor’s appointment, food at a restaurant, or an anytime challenge.” All Think-ets games are assembled in the United States by people with developmental disabilities. Think-ets are not only good for kids; they are good for our community.
Think-ets Beach Collection will be available in June. Think-ets are carried nationally at specialty toy retailers, book, gift, museum, and general stores all across the country including large outlets such as: Learning Express, AreYouGame, Amazon.com, ToysRUs, Sears.com, and Geppetto’s.