Roll & Play by Thinkfun (Giveaway)

April 4, 2012 by  
Filed under children, giveaways, toys

Sometimes I feel bad for Kaila. There aren’t very many games our there that are aimed for her age group (2-3 years). Yes, there are lots of other toys like blocks, puzzles, dolls but I’m talking about games that include rules that require specific actions. That’s why we were so interested in learning more about Roll & Play ($19.99) by Thinkfun.

Roll & Play is the first game ever designed specifically for toddlers! The activities supported by Roll & Play are designed to help your child shine, supporting healthy development and celebrating success! Roll & Play is the ideal way to gently introduce play patterns and rules through a loving, joyful play experience!

courtesy of Thinkfun

Game play is very simple. Just roll the over-sized fabric die and see what color it lands on. Each side the of the die corresponds to the same colored card – yellow (emotions), purple (body parts), green (animal sounds), orange (counting), red (actions), blue (colors). Whatever color is showing on the die that’s the colored card you pick. On the other side of the card is some kind of action.

Since these are all things that Kaila is able to do by herself she was able to play along nicely. Of course, someone had to read the cards for her but after that she was on her own.

Kaila had so much fun playing with her sisters and I could tell that she was so  happy to be included in something that they were doing. Normally, they’re telling her to just sit and watch. Thanks to Roll & Play she can be a part of the fun, too!

And when we’re done, we can store the cards in a pocket located on the side of the fabric dice. This makes taking Roll & Play along with us wherever we go.

We found Roll & Play to be a lot of fun and very educational for Kaila. She’s at the age where she’s just beginning to learn her colors and body parts and this game helped reinforce what I’ve been teaching her. We loved the bright colors of the cards and illustrations. This way even though Kaila can’t read yet she had an idea of what she was supposed to do by looking at the pictures. The only thing I would suggest is to make the cards a little thicker. Kaila bent a couple of them during our first round of play.

Other than that, Roll & Play is a big hit in our home!

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About the Author: Kailani:
Owner of An Island Life. A flight attendant and mother to 3 beautiful girls. . . living a blessed life in Hawaii.
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74 Responses to “Roll & Play by Thinkfun (Giveaway)”
  1. 1
    ColleenMarie82 says:

    I also like Bug Trails

  2. 2
    angie says:

    yackety smack looks like lots of fun

  3. 3
    Amy W. says:


  4. 4
    jen says:

    Zingo looks like fun too

  5. 5
    Jenny says:

    Distraction looks like a fun game.

  6. 6
    Jess K says:

    Wow. That looks like a great game. I think I need to find this for my little guy.

  7. 7
    Jess K says:

    What’s Gnu looks fantastic for my four-year-old who is learning to read and write.

  8. 8
    Heather H says:

    I like bug tails

  9. 9
    nickie says:

    my son would love the bug tails

  10. 10
    Vicki Wurgler says:

    Snack Attack!

  11. 11
    EMMA L HORTON says:

    I LIKE THE Bingo with a Zing

  12. 12
    Maryann says:

    The Flip Over game looks fun!

  13. 13
    sarah rainwater says:


  14. 14
    Kathlyne says:

    Pathwords looks fun.

  15. 15
    Kathlyne says:

    Pathwords looks fun.

  16. 16
    Linda says:


  17. 17
    Jan Messali says:

    Bug Trails looks like a great game!

  18. 18
    sandra says:

    i like smart mouth

  19. 19
    Beth C says:


  20. 20
    Karen Gonyea says:

    ADORE Bug Trails :)

  21. 21
    Kelly L says:


  22. 22
    Tara O. says:

    Bug Trails is my favorite!

  23. 23
    Terra Heck says:

    I like Chocolate Fix game. Thanks.

  24. 24
    Wendy R says:

    I like Zig-Zag knot!

  25. 25
    Erin F. says:

    I would love to get Rush Hour for my older ones it looks very interesting. and Snack Attack looks fun for the younger ones!
    Thanks for opening my eyes to these games :-)

  26. 26
    Rosanne says:


  27. 27
    Jessica Hays says:

    Bug trails looks really fun!

    jessicaahays at hotmail dot com

  28. 28
    tess says:

    i like the 36 cube
    tcogbill at live dot com

  29. 29

    Hyperswipe looks fun!

  30. 30
    susan varney says:

    i like pathwords

  31. 31
    Anne N. says:

    Snack attack looks fun!

  32. 32
    david basile says:

    Yackety Smack

  33. 33
    LaTanya says:

    hyper swipe

  34. 34
    YvonneJ says:

    ThinkFun is my favorite game company so it’s difficult to pick a favorite. I really like Chocolate Fix, RushHour and Tipover and the IPad apps are great My next purchase will probably be Turnstile. Don’t forget to check out the ThinkFun Outlet for really great special deals and discounts.

  35. 35
    MrsVeeVee says:

    Roll&play or zingo

  36. 36
    Angela Winesburg says:


  37. 37
    Hoa Le says:

    I also like the Rush Hour® Deluxe Edition.

  38. 38
    Michelle Hall says:

    Zig Zag Knot – thanks!

  39. 39
    Michele says:


  40. 40
    corrie says:

    we wanna try zingo.

  41. 41
    tamar says:

    36 cube looks so fun.

  42. 42
    amy deeter says:

    snack attack

  43. 43
    Tiffini Lance says:

    zingo looks fun

  44. 44
    Paula Tavernie says:

    I like Bug Trails!
    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

  45. 45
    Molly K says:

    FlipOver! looks like a lot a fun.

  46. 46
    Autumn says:

    Zingo looks fun!

  47. 47
    tamra childers says:

    Snack Attack

  48. 48
    shawna says:

    I would like to try S’match.

  49. 49
    Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    36 Cube®
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  50. 50
    JoAnn F. says:

    The Knot Tying Race Game looks like fun
    jofo120 at yahoo dot com

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