Check out these recent reviews from our awesome Blog Team members!
100 Things to Know about the Human Body
Renee says, "Very few kids will be able to resist this book. Full of easy-to-read facts about the body, there is no need to read cover to cover. Your kids can simply flip open a page and start reading." Read the review.
Aquarellum Animal Postcards
Jennifer says, "I appreciate the fact that there’s a practical use for the finished projects — jot a message on the reverse, add a stamp, and drop it in the mail. Who wouldn’t love to find one of these lovely treasures mixed in with all the bills and junk mail?" Read the review.
Berenstain Bears' Big Book of Science and Nature
The M Word
Melissa says, "This book is AMAZING! I have always said we don’t do morning basket, however, this book has kind of changed that, as we now do a daily read aloud from this book." Read the review.
Big Letter Bananagrams
Morgan says, "Here I’m showing some fun activities and games you can do with kiddos who haven’t learned to read yet!" Watch the video.
Dissection Kit for Exploring Creation with Biology
Kathryn says, "... this kit helps make dissections super convenient and easy to do at home! It's such a great way for students to explore and learn." Read the review.
Do Art Coloring with Clay
One Luckey Wife
Daisy says, "There is no right or wrong way to do this kit. Your child is able to be as creative as they want. They can use whatever clay or use the pictures on the box as a reference." Read the review.
Dr. Bonyfide Presents Bones
Mama Bean AZ
Tracey says, "This set is definitely a winner in our home. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning about the skeleton and the names of the bones." Read the review.
Kumon My Easy Book of Telling Time
Laura says, "Overall, I think My Book of Easy Telling Time is valuable. I wouldn’t necessarily call it “easy”, as that will depend on your child’s ability." Read the review.
So Every Day
Lacey says, "It’s a classic sort of matching game. You match the blocks to the patterns on the cards. The website calls it a game of visual agility." Read the review.
Show Me Science: Volcanoes, Magnets, and More
The Growing Creatives
Christine says, "If you’re looking for a fun way to add science to your kindergarten school year without an expensive full curriculum, I highly suggest Show Me Science! You can teach your kiddos so many fun concepts through these experiments. The concepts will stick easier as well since they’ll get their hands dirty while learning!" Read the review.