One Luckey Wife
Daisy says, "I would absolutely recommend this to anyone who has a child that is ready to learn the basics and keep them occupied for quite some time. The pieces are nice and big and very well made. I love when we have items like this that can be used over and over as well as be passed down to use again with siblings."
Making Everyday Magic
Shanna says, "The team at Timberdoodle gathers curriculum pieces to put together kits but then goes the extra step to help you schedule it. The online scheduler is fully interactive and can be completely customized to include curriculum purchased from other sources, even chores and extra curriculars!"
Roads to Everywhere
Karla says, "I love how compact this game is. I can tuck it in my bag along with my Kindle and knitting. Just those 3 things give me a nice variety of activities to choose from on road trips or any time I’m sitting and waiting somewhere. I like keeping a small game like this in my bag to pull out at restaurants when we’re dining with kids."
Starry Night Pixel Puzzle
Kathryn says, " This is a fun project for one child or can by used as a group activity for many. If you choose to have a group activity, you can cut the color-coded Starry Night template into multiple sections so more people can work at the same time and then as sections are completed, simply join them together."
Tiny Tots Kit Unboxing
Morgan says, "Today I wanted to share my unboxing of the 2021-2022 Timberdoodle Tiny Tots curriculum kit! This is such a fun homeschool haul and I’ve been looking forward to this time of year since last year!"
Clumsy Thief Junior
Erin says, "Stop what you are doing and order this game right now if you have younger kids. We have had so much fun tonight with this card game! Clumsy Thief Junior was easy to learn and quick to play."
Exploring Creation with Astronomy
Anne Marie says, "Apologia’s textbooks are so well written, you might just find yourself or your other children picking them up to read and learn just for pleasure."
The M Word
Melissa says, "For the most part my 3-year-old son free builds with these blocks and loves them. I also noticed they tend to fall apart a less than Duplos when knocked over, which is great for a 3-year-old that loves to Godzilla away anyone’s creations."
Dr. Livingston's Anatomy: Right Arm Puzzle
Just a Mom Trying to Make It Happen
Hilary says, " In my experience when you get close to 500 pieces, the details on each piece is very lacking. That was not the case in this puzzle all the pieces are nice and large and very detailed. I mean you can see the grains of the muscles and the strands of the tendons. I liked that the puzzle pieces are nice and large so younger siblings or older relatives can join in the fun."