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ThinkFun S'Match

4.4 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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  • Memory Game
  • Find matching pairs by color, number or category
  • Includes fun game spinner
  • Every player gets to spin
  • Pictures and words for pre-readers
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

ThinkFun S'Match

From the Manufacturer

A new take on the classic memory game, S’Match challenges young players to find matching pairs by color, number or category. Only here, it’s the S’Match Spinner that decides which way to match and every player gets a spin. Pictures and words allow pre-readers and early readers to play together and enjoy hours of memory-building fun.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 8 x 3.5 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001VG4XFA
  • Item model number: 7911
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 - 8 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,260 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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My husband and I have been playing this nearly every night with our four-year-old and it's great - doesn't take forever to play, sometimes he wins, sometimes we do - the cards are durable and the spinner is fun. If you like this, you'll probably also enjoy Zingo and vice-versa.
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My kindergarten kids love this game. It is great bc/ they can play it by themselves as well/
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We purchased this game for our 3-year old daughter. Just played it for the first time with her and our 11-year old. It is not challenging at all, and I am convinced she will not ask to play this game very often. There are very few categories, few numbers and few colors; the 30 cards are very easy to memorize. My recommendation: stick with a traditional Memory game.
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This is a great game in strengthening the visual processing skills of any young child. Our son has a neurological condition, and we love how this game adapts to his needs and yet continues to challenge him as we use it in various ways to help strengthen his processing visually. He had a difficult time matching the cards when they were face down; so we started with them face up instead. The kids love the spinner. It's simple yet colorful and makes a neat clicking sound as it spins.
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By Jennifer on December 25, 2010
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My 3 and 5 year old LOVE this game. They play it with their friends and have such a great time. I highly recommend it!
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My 4 year old seems to have a photographic memory. He sees where things are once, and that's it. In traditional memory games, he beats us all. It's shameful for those of us who are older in the house. I decided to get S'match as a way to challenge him a little more, and maybe give the rest of us a chance. It worked. S'match has definitely leveled the playing field for the rest of us by requiring my 4 year old to find matches based on the spinner. We did have an issue with our spinner right after we got the game, but ThinkFun was very quick to respond through social media and we had a new spinner quickly. Very few companies and stores have good customer service these days, so when I find good customer service, I'm loyal.
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We got this toy for our 7 year old for her birthday. She loves it, and it is something she can play with her 5 year old sister. We all played together and had a great time. I love how it makes them think about more than JUST a color or JUST a number. Depending on the spinner, you have to find different things. We also have Zingo and love that as well. It looks like I like this ThinkFun company. We homeschool and their products are not only educational, but fun.
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The joy of having a four-year-old niece is getting to discover new games. When I was visiting for Thanksgiving, I played several rounds of S'Match. I’d never heard of this game before, but it turned out to be something the entire family enjoyed.

The game consists of 30 cardboard tiles and a spinner. To set it up, you mix up the 30 tiles and then place them face down on a table top (or floor, of course).

Now here’s where the spinner comes into play. When you take your turn, you start by pushing down on the spinner. When it stops, it tells you what you are supposed to match. The options are number, category, or color.

Confused? Actually, it is quite easy when you start playing. See, each cardboard tile has all three on it. It might be 1 purple cow or 2 green trumpets. There are only two numbers, so those are the easiest to match. There are three categories, animal, instruments, and transportation. And there are multiple colors. So if your mission is to match number, you could match 1 cow and 1 plane. Category? You can match a cow and a pig. And color would find you matching two purple tiles no matter what was on them.

As I said, it is very easy when you are actually playing it to get the hang of things. Of course, you still need to remember what has been turned up, but matches happen much more quickly. After all, instead of having one exact match from the entire field, there are multiple for every tile. Luck plays a much bigger role in creating matches than in the traditional match game. But as someone who can never quite remember where the tiles he wants is, I appreciated that. And this also means that my niece can play and do reasonably well if not win outright.
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