Simple, fast, fun, and purposeful, Tenzi is a perfect addition to your child’s curriculum.
In the original Tenzi game, players roll ten dice and reroll the ones that don’t match until all ten display identical numbers.
Too easy? Opt for one of the many variations like Splitzi, where instead of trying to get all ten dice of one number you must have five dice of one number and five dice of another number. In Target Tenzi, you have a numeric goal, for instance 56, and you race to be the first to attain it. Or assign each player a number that he must roll for. Or… well, the options are endless and so is the fun.
Tenzi requires fast hands, the ability to make accurate calculations, and the gift of laughter.
If you are looking to expand the ways you can play this game, you can pick up the TENZI Card Deck, which will give you 77 new ideas! You can find it here.
Color assortments vary.
Manufacturer: Carma Games, LLC
Awards and Endorsements:
ASTRA Best Toys for Kids 2012 Winner
Learning Express Best Game of the Year in 2013
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
review by Cummins Life
”This game is simple, fast and fun! All my kids enjoy it and it's a game we like to play as a family. ”Read the Review
Tenzi is great! Exciting and easy for everybody from around age six and up. Buy the extra book, there are many ways to play!
I was skeptical when we got our first Tenzi set last year, but the kids absolutely love it. It's a fun and easy way to train their brains, exercising their logic and math skills, all while having a great time. We all play together and the kids just laugh and laugh! Really neat way to learn!
My six and seven year olds both really love this game. It's a super fun way to have a good time and exercise their brains! They get a kick out of trying to see who can get all the same number first. I love these!
We love Tenzi! I especially like that my kids sometimes legitimately beat me.
This game made for some fun family times. It's super simple but fast enough to keep you laughing, rolling and counting. Our 5 year old played with us, with a little help. Her hands weren't big enough to hold all ten dice - so sometimes we played "fivesies". My second grader loved playing, and even my husband, too. Eventually, our toddler lost a few dice, so we haven't played in a while. To replace them I'd need to order dice in specific colors, so, keep your game parts together.