Tenzi review by Acorns ~ Nuggets of Gold

Lis says, “TENZI  is a fast paced tactile dice game that can be played with most ages. One of the things that I, as a mother, really appreciate is that it really can be a quick game (10 minutes?), for when you feel the need to break things up a bit in the school day, redirect a child, or fill somebody’s love bucket with some fun attention, and my 9 year old enjoys playing and rolling all those dice!” Read the rest of her review at Acorns ~ Nuggets of Gold.

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Tenzi review by Ink Blots

Tifany says, “Tenzi is a fun, fast-paced dice game that is great for the whole family… Everyone can play and it is so much fun! Plus, with the tube packaging, Tenzi is very portable. Even if you choose not to play the Tenzi game, these colorful Tenzi dice sets are fabulous. Dice are great for a variety of educational games and the color variety makes these great to use for making patterns and more.” Read the rest of her review at Ink Blots by TRD.

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Tenzi review by Hopkins Homeschool

Amanda says, “When it comes to practicing math, there are some things that are more fun than others. Does your kid jump for joy when you say it is time for flash cards? Lucky you! If you are like me, it is a struggle. What if you can tell your kids, “Hey, it’s time to play TENZI!” and they come running? Yes, the TENZI Game is fun, and your kids will be learning as well! Add in the extra Card Deck and find 77 new ways to play TENZI!” Read the rest of her review at Hopkins Homeschool.

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Tenzi review by Mama Smiles

MaryAnne says, “My children tend to change the rules of the games they play, so Tenzi’s “there is no wrong way to play” approach is perfect for us! Here are some ways we enjoy playing. Some of these alternative games were inspired by77 Ways to Play Tenzi card deck, which we were also sent.” Read the rest of her review at Mama Smiles.

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Tenzi review by Mom’s Plans

Melissa says, “Now that our youngest is 6.5 years old, we’ve tried to get into a regular pattern of playing games as a family.  However, with children ranging from 12.5 to 6.5, finding a game that is fun for everyone can be a challenge.  Very few games seem to work for all of us–easy enough that the younger kids can play but challenging enough that our oldest enjoys them.  One that fit the bill perfectly was Tenzi game, especially when used in conjunction with the Tenzi card deck.” Read the rest of her review at Mom’s Plans.

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Tenzi review by Learning Curve

Joesette says, “The folks at Timberdoodle sent us a fun new product to review.   Behold, the Tenzi game ($13.95) and the 77 Ways to Play Tenzi Card Deck ($9.95).  The abbreviated review would be, LOVE IT!   However, I’m thinking I should probably expound a bit.” You can read more of her thoughts at Learning Curve.

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Tenzi review by Susan’s Spot

Susan says, “Over the two weeks that Tenzi Game and the Tenzi Card Deck have been living in our house, they have been in almost constant use.  In fact, at the time I am writing this post, my daughter has thirty minutes before her bed time to play.  And guess what she is playing with right now?  Yes–she has Tenzi out and is playing game after game even by herself!” Read the rest of her review at Susan’s Spot.

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Tenzi review by Adventures in Homeschooling

Tawnee says, “Do you love a good family game night? We do at our house. So we are always looking for a game the whole family can love. Enter TENZI! Have you ever heard of it? It’s a fun dice game where there is always a new way (or old favorite way) to play. The more dice you have, the more ways to play. And though you, by no means, need the 77 Ways to Play Tenzi card deck, I highly recommend them.” Read the rest of her review at Adventures in Homeschooling.

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