There's no way we could keep this secret: our award-winning game Brain Freeze is now available at all Marbles Brain Stores!!! Woo-hoo! If you're not familiar with the awesome Marbles stores, here's a quick overview.
The mission of Marbles is simple: to build better brains. They do so by offering games, toys, gadgets, and gifts that are "hand-selected, expert-tested and certifiably fun ways to build better brains." Fun ways to make you smarter and keep your mind sharp? You gotta like that. Being a fun strategy game that teaches kids logic and deduction, Brain Freeze is a perfect fit! We really are proud that Brain Freeze passed the smart selection process as it further confirms the brain-boosting fun it brings to the table for kids and families. But it gets better...
At a Marbles store, you can test out the products you're interested in so you can try before you buy. That's so cool. You can feel 100% confident in whatever it is you're buying for yourself or as a gift and that's a great feeling. And if you're stumped, they have friendly and knowledgable "brain coaches" on hand to help you out. By now you're ready to head out to find the closest Marbles store right? Good, here's how to find a store near you:
Just punch in your zip code on their store finder and cross your fingers that there's one close to you. You're lucky if there is as Marbles could easily become your favorite store! And with 38 locations around the country, we of course love that so many more people can now easily try and buy Brain Freeze!
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Summer and slides go together like peanut butter and jelly. Slides at the Water Park. Slip’n Slides in the backyard. The trusty ol’ slide at the local park. Kids love slides!
But did you know there’s a different kind of slide that your kids need to avoid?
It’s known as the Summer Slide and it refers to kids losing academic skills and knowledge over the summer break when they are out of school and not engaged in educational activities. I just heard about this for this time recently as my 5 year old's kindergarten class was winding down and it makes sense. I had just never had to consider it!