Bananagrams - Available in Spanish & English at ThinkFastToys.com

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ThinkFastToys is now offering two versions of the popular Bananagrams word game; English and Spanish, both of which are available for purchase from the website. Both educational and fun, this game is the ideal addition to the current offerings of the site.

ThinkFastToys has announced that the hot word game, Bananagrams, is now available on their website in both the English and Spanish versions. The striking popularity and consistent entertainment provided by this game made it a perfect fit as a new addition to the educational toys currently available on the ThinkFastToys site.

The Bananagrams game is one that is designed to be simple yet fun, using letter tiles in order to allow players to spell out different words. The game got its official start when its creator, a Rhode Island resident, Rena Nathanson, brought it out to the public at the London Toy Fair in January of 2006. The goal is to become the player who is first to arrange all of their tiles into words that are linked together. The name of the game stems from a combination of the words "banana" and "anagram" since the creator says that they're anagrams that will drive you bananas. The product is kept within a case that is in the shape of a banana with a peel that zippers shut to keep all of the tiles together.

Because of the type of game that it is, it travels well and can be played virtually anywhere. It can be practiced alone or in a group of players of up to eight people. It is a great game to work on vocabulary and spelling or can simply be enjoyed for the creativity of word play. The only thing that needs to be provided is a flat working surface. It can be a game that lasts for only a few minutes or that can go on for an evening, depending on how long you want to keep playing.

ThinkFastToys knows what it's looking for in a great toy and Bananagrams fits that bill very well. For over two decades, the company has been providing customers with a vast quality toy selection, having expanded its shopping options to the internet in 1997.

For more information about ThinkFastToys and its availability of English and Spanish Bananagrams games, visit the website at http://www.thinkfasttoys.com

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