Another great round-up of product reviews from our hard-working Blog Team!
Kindergarten Kit Unboxing
Laura says, "For us, I love having the teacher’s materials all laid out for me to follow, and my daughter is extremely sensory and kinesthetic. Timberdoodle so far has been a wonderful fit." Read more...
1st Grade Curriculum Kit Unboxing
Kathryn says, "This kit is chock-full of amazing products. I want you to get a look inside at what's included and what specifically we will be using. And yes, our school year does not typically begin until August but I wanted to get this unboxing to you quickly as you might already be planning for your next school year." Read more...
2nd Grade Curriculum Kit Unboxing
Stars of Jewels
Julie says, "Today I'm going to share what our family is using for 2nd Grade for the 20/21 Homeschool Year!" Watch the video.
Making Everyday Magic
Shanna says, "Wondering how to schedule the overwhelming amount of amazing items that arrive in your 50-pound box of awesome? Follow along as I plan and schedule curriculum kits for both of our girls." Watch the video.
Haba Threading Animals
The Art Kit
Dana says, "HABA threading animals are not only colorful and fun but their large size makes them easy for little hands to hold." Read more...
The Coulter Coop
Morgan says, "In today’s video I’m sharing my quick review of BambinoLUK, and how we play! It’s been a really fun thing to add to our Pre-k homeschool curriculum, and I’m so happy it came in our Timberdoodle curriculum kit." Watch the video.
What Your Kindergartener Needs to Know
One Luckey Wife
Daisy says, "The kindergartener book goes over lots of things for your child. What I like about these books are that they incorporate a lot; from history to science to art and more." Read more...
The Genius Square
Roads to Everywhere
Karla says, "The Genius Square is a game I’ll be keeping handy this summer to play on the front porch of an evening. Each round takes less than 5 minutes usually, and you can play any number of rounds." Read more...
Erin says, "Laser Chess was actually really easy to learn, and is geared toward ages 8 and up. My husband and my 8th grader had the most fun with this game... We found this game much more fun to play in the evening when it was a little darker. When it’s darker you can see the laser better." Read more..
Betty says, "We are a big fan of gameschooling, and Camelot Jr is one of our favorite puzzle games to keep in our homeschool arsenal. It looks deceptively simple with only 8 wooden blocks, but when you try and beat the challenge, you quickly realize that less is more." Read more...
Just a Mom Trying to Make It Happen
Hilary says, "One of my kids' favorite games is tic-tac-toe and that's exactly what this game is but with a twist. Gobblet Gobblers combines the game of tic-tac-toe with the added challenge of nesting dolls. When we decided to homeschool we learned the importance of critical thinking skills and this game is perfect way to work on those skills and a fun and engaging way." Read more...