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Thinkfun Zingo Sight Words

$22.99
Status: In Stock

Although a child’s first stabs at reading usually involve sounding out words based on what letters sound like, eventually they progress to sight reading: recognizing full words at a quick glance by their shape. The most commonly used sight words aren’t always straightforward in pronunciation or spelling, either (think “here,” “like,” “said,” etc.), and these important vocabulary words account for as much as 75% of written material, so knowing sight words is a must for quick and fluent reading.

 

The best way to learn sight words is to practice reading them, and the Thinkfun Zingo Sight Words learning game makes reading practice fun. This educational variation on Bingo requires kids to fill their Zingo card with tiles from the “Zingo Zinger” device, competing against each other to get it filled fastest. The words in this game were selected by educators as the most fundamental for reading development, so playing Zingo Sight Words gives your child a fantastic reading boost!

 

The Thinkfun Zingo Sight Words educational game comes with:

 

  • 72 Zingo Sight Words tiles;
  • A Zingo Zinger;
  • 6 double-sided Zingo cards,
  • Instructions;
  • A learning guide.

 

This game is suggested for ages 4-7, for 2-6 players.

 

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Although a child’s first stabs at reading usually involve sounding out words based on what letters sound like, eventually they progress to sight reading: recognizing full words at a quick glance by their shape. The most commonly used sight words aren’t always straightforward in pronunciation or spelling, either (think “here,” “like,” “said,” etc.), and these important vocabulary words account for as much as 75% of written material, so knowing sight words is a must for quick and fluent read... Read More