The Flip 'n Check line also includes a Mad Libs edition. Each is sold separately.
This line was created by the not-for-profit Teen Entrepreneur Boot Camp (TEBC). It is a program that creates a real-working business model to teach entrepreneurship to high school students. Kids in New York City's famed Stuyvesant High School are the latest to participate in this authentic business experience. This group of kids is learning to run a toy company. Dr. Howard Wexler, inventor of the game Connect 4, donated the toy idea for this project. He is working with the students to further develop and launch it into the marketplace. The result is the Flip 'n Check line. There is the Mad Libs and Classic Games editions. All proceeds go back to teaching entrepreneurship.
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