Check out these helpful reviews of a variety of products from members of our fabulous Blog Team!
One Luckey Wife
Daisy says, "Our baby really seems to enjoy this teether. What is very unique about this one is that it is stretchy. She can pull it, squish it, throw it, catch it and chew it. I’ve never seen a teether like this one."
Gakken Play Smart Workbooks
Holly says, "The Play Smart Workbooks are a great supplement to a preschool program. They are fun for growing learners and a great resource for building basic reasoning skills and fine motor growth."
Exploring Creation with Astronomy
Renee says, "I really love the Exploring Creation series. The textbooks are beautiful and give me a solid foundation for digging deep into our favorite subjects. I personally recommend buying both the notebooking journal (one for each child) and the science kit."
Kathryn says, "This is a fun game and we are thrilled to have it among our homeschool games and resources!"
Robbie says, "This game has been a lot of fun for myself and my 4th grader so if you want to see what the game is about, just watch the video!"
Kindergarten Kit Unboxing
Making Everyday Magic
Shanna says, "It's that magical time of year when the Box Of Awesome arrives on our doorstep!"
Flanders Family Home Life
Jennifer says, "We’ve all enjoyed this book. It provides a good overview of foundational truths, drawn straight from God’s Word. Yet they’re presented in an accessible, bite-sized way that holds everyone’s attention and never feels heavy or overwhelming."
Life in the Mundane
Katie says, "Today I am sharing with you how my son did with the Cognifit program and if I think it was really worth it."
A Whole Bunch of Feelings
Homeschool and Humor
Richie says, "This book for toddlers about feelings is a book you’ll enjoy for years to come. As kids develop and mature, so will their emotions. Not only will this book help them understand their emotions and how they’re feeling, but it also shows kids what to do about these big feelings in a positive way."
Extreme Dot-to-Dot: Woodland
Cosmic Montessori School
Jeni says, "...dot to dots aren’t just fun. They’re for handwriting, visual processing, thinking about place value, developing concentration, and even an easy, peezy grab and go material you can bring to a doctor’s office or place on your math shelf as an alternative to more traditional work."