Here's the latest batch of product reviews from members of our awesome Blog Team!
Making Everyday Magic
Shanna says, "My 4-year-old is so proud that she can work this curriculum piece entirely on her own. BambinoLUK fosters an independent learning environment." Watch the video.
Roads to Everywhere
Karla says, "Marble Circuit would make a unique gift for older kids, teens, or even adults. It would be a fun gift for an older person who likes to keep their mind sharp. Anyone who enjoys jigsaw puzzles or logic puzzles such as sudoku would probably enjoy the challenge of Marble Circuit." Read more.
Just a Mom Trying to Make It Happen
Hilary says, "Filled with puny dad jokes and pneumonic devices it will keep your kids laughing while everyone learns (including mom and dad) something." Read more.
Aquarellum Mini Cats
One Luckey Wife
Daisy says, "This is a really cool art project. You get to mix the colors yourself. They give you a sheet to know how much of each color to use to get certain colors." Read more.
Stephany says, "The imagination play with these are endless. We loved that they came with cards that have design ideas, this is so helpful! They have so many option, some harder than others, but the more you do them the more you learn." Read more.
How to Draw Almost Every Day
Jeni says, "What I appreciate most about How to Draw Almost Every Day is that the lessons are short, simple and step by step. This book would work for a wide range of budding artists, I’d say, beginning with lower elementary yet still a great resource for adults even." Read more.
World Scrunch Map
Kathryn says, "Our one sided map is super convenient because it is extremely portable and easy to put away. You can literally bring it with you anywhere, unlike a traditional wall map, where you have to be in the room to utilize it. And instead of having to fold the map in the correct orientation, you simply scrunch it up into a ball and stuff it into its drawstring carrying bag, also making it easy to store." Read more.
Kindergarten History and Geography
Laura says, "Young children are fascinated by the great big world around them and often amazed at the idea that so much of the world out there is different than what they see every day. Introducing the concept of history and geography give an age-appropriate glimpse into life beyond our homes." Read more.