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Recent Reviews from Our Blog Team

Sharing another round-up of product reviews from members of our Blog Team...

Starry Night Pixel Puzzle

Flanders Family Home Life

Jennifer says, "The pix brix were a bit bigger than I’d imagined. They snap together easily but securely — no need for a background “canvas” to build upon." Read more...

 

100 Things to Know about the Human Body

Oaxacaborn

Gina says, "100 Things to Know About the Human Body is a fun book. Each of the 128 pages is jam-packed with bold edge-to-edge matte color illustrations and tremendous trivia." Read more...

 

Kumon Cutting Skills

Thanks Mommy

Paula says, "My youngest (age 4) has been dying to learn how to use scissors and I simply haven’t had the time or patience but these books made it all so much easier for both of us. It was nice for me to sit back and just watch without having to worry much or prepare anything in advance. In just doing a few pages, she showed so much improvement!" Read more...

 

True Stories of War

Mama Bean AZ

Tracey says, "The recommended age range for True Stories of War is 3rd-9th grades. Mr. Man is at the end of 3rd grade. He’s a strong reader but does struggle with comprehension. I would recommend these books for children higher in the recommended age range." Read more...

 

Very First Book of Things to Spot at Home

One Luckey Wife

Daisy says, "In need of a fun vibrant activity for your kid? Then this is the book for you! Very First Book of Things to Spot at Home is a cute little book that has a bunch of things to find." Read more...

 

All About Spelling 1

Making Everyday Magic

Shanna says, "My goal is to use this program as a family unit to build a solid foundation for my Pre-K babe but also to reinforce some spelling concepts missed by using other programs with my 3rd grader. We love the All About Reading Program for language arts and are very excited to take a multi-sensory phonetic approach to spelling." Watch the video...

 

Cognifit

Purposeful Homeschool

Robbie says, "So what is CogniFit? It's a cognitive brain training program designed to improve cognitive skills in many different areas. It's for ages 7 and up and is really fun to do!" Watch the video...

 

Imagidice

Laura Noelle

Laura says, "My kindergartener and I really enjoy playing Imagidice together. I can see us using this game in our language arts and thinking skills lessons for years to come!" Read more...

 

Inchimals

Cummins Life

Kathryn says, "This is such a fun way to do math with young kids.  One frog plus one snake is equivalent to one ostrich.  I like that these blocks help children learn sequencing, shortest to longest.  They can also be used to guess measurements of household objects.  There are so many games you can use these for." Read more...

 

Tenzi

Mombrite

Betty says, "It turns out that playing Tenzi is not only a great way to motivate my kids to practice addition, but also learn different math terminologies as well, such as odd and even numbers." Read more...



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