Here's the latest batch of reviews from our awesome Blog Team!
Kathryn says, "Smart Cookies is a perfect hands-on introduction to logic for younger players. I appreciate that it has a vast age range and that it can be played and enjoyed by everyone in our home (including me!)." Read more.
I Can Doodle Rhymes
One Luckey Wife
Daisy says, "What I love about this book is that it works on writing as well as rhyming. A hard thing when learning to read is being able to rhyme so anything to make it a fun experience while learning is a huge plus." Read more.
The Art Kit
Dana says, "Wimmelbooks are one-of-a-kind oversized board books that use few words but will invite your children into a world of curious discovery. Children will love searching the books for characters hidden in plain sight on each page." Read more.
A Mom's Quest to Teach
Kristen says, "I would highly recommend Tenzi and the Tenzi Card Deck! It was easy enough for our five-year-old to understand and play but exciting enough that our teen loved it." Read more.
Wile E. Coyote Physical Science
Stars of Jewels
Julie says, "Wile E Coyote is such a wonderful series on teaching Physical Science to young children." Watch the video.
Happy Homeschool Nest
Natasha says, "The game was an immediate hit with my 7-year-old. We played several times together, then our three year old came over to join in, and they laughed a lot together using the pieces as characters making up their own game (isn’t that the best when siblings play happily?)." Read more.
Usborne Baby Books Set
Homeschool and Humor
Richie says, "The Usborne set of baby books are board books designed for babies and toddlers to start off their reading adventures through simple rhymes." Read more.
Usborne Little Children's Drawing Book
Just a Secular Homeschooler
Ronda says, "The Little Children’s Drawing Book has fun activities that build your child’s fine-motor skills. Make spots on a giraffe, draw lines to show falling rain, jellyfish tentacles, and more." Read more.
Zephyr Hill Blog
Anne Marie says, "The objective of Laser Chess is the same as its predecessor – regicide! Be the first to eliminate your opponent’s king and you’re the victor. But the new spin is that you zap them with lasers!" Read more.