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Recent Reviews from our Blog Team

Here is this week's batch of product reviews from our hard-working Blog Team!

Math-U-See Primer

Making Everyday Magic

Shanna says, " If you are on the fence about using Math U See, I hope this lesson gives you more insight." Watch the video...


5th Grade Science

Stars of Jewels

Julie says, "Sharing a wonderful science curriculum with you guys if you have 5th graders or want a curriculum you can use with your entire family at once." Watch the video...


Brain Fitness Knot So Fast 

Little Earthling

Renee says, "Knot So Fast is a single-player game (according to their description). I think is less of a game than a personal knot-tying challenge. It is an idea so simple, it makes you wonder why you didn’t come up with it yourself." Read more...


Wooden Lacing Zoo Animals

Flanders Family

Jennifer says, "The holes in the wooden figures are big enough to let the laces pass through easily, but small enough to build fine motor skills and encourage hand-eye coordination." Read more...


Robotis Play Pets

Laura Noelle

Laura says, "Have your kids ever wanted to build a robot? Now even young children can experience the hands-on wonder of creating a robotic pet!" Read more...


World Scrunch Map

Mama Bean AZ

Tracey says, "What is so unique about this map is that you don’t need to worry about little hands folding, creasing or otherwise destroying a beautifully made map. This map is made out of water and tear resistant material and is designed to be scrunched into its very own portable pouch, no need to fold!" Read more...


Smart Farmer


Betty says, "At first glance, the Smart Farmer game seems like a simple game with cute animal game pieces. However, once you start tackling the challenges, you will realize soon that this game will help your kids build important spatial insight and problem-solving skills that will last a lifetime." Read more...


Starry Night Pixel Puzzle

Homeschool Happenings

Jennifer says, "This puzzle was definitely a winner! Both of my daughters said that they would love to do more puzzles." Read more...



Roads to Everywhere

Karla says, "Kulami is very easy to learn and involves strategic thinking, not just random chance. I would say that it’s more of a challenge than checkers but not as complicated as chess, which hits a sweet spot for us." Read more...

Mind Benders

One Luckey Wife

Daisy says, "Doing her own thought process, building her critical thinking skills, [my daughter] gains a ton of confidence and pride knowing she was able to get the answers on her own." Read more...