Swoosh…the balls are rolling in all directions! Grab them as quickly as possible with the tweezers and put them in the same order as the zigzag cards. Try to get the dual-color balls first because they are worth more points. Are you the fastest or do you have the most points? Then you win a card. The first player to have 8 cards wins the game.
What our testers said
“Abby, this one is orange and this one is red” – Boy aged 6
“Ok I get it, we have to match the pattern. I’m going to be good at this” – Girl aged 7
What our experts think
ZigZag is a fast paced matching game where players race to grab the colours they need to complete their pattern on the wobble board. Our testers loved that the toy was wooden and found that while older children enjoyed playing the game as intended, younger children enjoyed simply picking up the balls and matching them or sorting them into the slots. ZigZag develops children’s fine motor skills and dexterity as they use the picker tweezers to collect their balls, it encourages colour recognition in younger players and promotes turn taking and concentration.
– Develops fine motor skills
– Encourages colour recognition
– Promotes turn taking