Heads Talk Tails Walk Game
- Trusted by Families Worldwide - With over 50 million sold, ThinkFun is the world's leader in brain and logic games.
- Develops critical skills - Builds visual perception and reasoning skills through fun gameplay.
- What you get - Heads Talk Tails Walk comes with an instruction manual, 10 large body tiles, and 10 small head tiles depicting different animals. Perfect for ages 3 and up, 2 to 5 players.
- Clear instructions – Easy to learn with a clear, high quality instruction manual. You can start playing immediately!
- A matching game parents will enjoy - Finally, a matching game that is just as fun for parents as it is for kids! The hilarious sounds and movements you have to make to pay make this a great game to play together with your toddler, and a great gift for both parents and children.
Heads Talk Tails Walk is one of ThinkFun's most fun new toddler toys for boys and girls. It's a fun matching game with silly sounds and movement, and is one of the best gifts you can buy for kids and parents. Heads Talk Tails Walk is made with high quality components, and comes with a very clear and easy to understand instruction manual - you'll be able to play within minutes of opening the box. Like all of ThinkFun's games, Heads Talk Tails Walk is built to develop critical thinking skills. Playing will help you develop visual perception and reasoning skills, all through fun gameplay.
Heads Talk Tails Walk
A Game of Silly Sounds and Movement
Can you hop like a frog while clucking like a chicken? Have a blast trying with this delightfully silly game for ages 3+. Players try to match hidden head tiles to the correct body tiles. If the head and body don’t match, the real fun begins! Players walk and talk like the mismatched tiles—with hilarious results!
- 10 large body tiles.
- 10 small head tiles.
- Instruction manual.
Set the stack of Body Tiles face-up and the Head Tiles face-down.
The first player turns over a Head Tile looking for a match.
If the head doesn't match the body, all players walk around the circle moving like the animal body while making the noises of the animal head.
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