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Recent Reviews from Our Blog Team

Step-by-Step Drawing Book

One Luckey Wife

Daisy says, "What is so nice about this book is that the drawings are very simple to follow. Something complicated would easily make a young student frustrated if their drawing doesn’t resemble the picture in the book." Read the review.


Math-U-See Primer

Coulter Coop

Morgan says, "This is a curriculum review video for Timberdoodle Co! I wanted to do a first impressions type of review of Math-U-See Primer." Watch the video.


Code Rocket

Just a Mom Trying to Make It Happen

Hilary says, "Overall, it is truly a very neat concept that can really prepare your child for real world coding and work on several computer skills they will need in our technology driven world." Read the review.



Clumsy Thief Junior

A Mom's Quest to Teach

Kristen says, "What a fun game to help our daughter practice adding numbers that make ten!" Read the review.

 

Apple Twist

Mrs. Mom's Homeschool

Check out Vanessa's video review of Apple Twist.


IQ Circuit

Educational Roots

Check out Natasha's video review of IQ Circuit.


Battle Sheep

Mombrite

Betty says, "Battle Sheep is a fun and challenging strategy game that the whole family can enjoy. It’s easy to set up and learn and with high-quality components, Battle Sheep will endure through lots of play!" Read the review.


ThinkPlay STEM Jr Xtra

Cummins Life

Kathryn says, "This set is great for fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, cognitive/creative thinking, problem solving, spatial skills, and so much more!  The possibilities of what they can build and create are truly endless." Read the review.

Dr. Livingston Set of 7 Anatomy Puzzles

Homeschool Happenings

Jennifer says, "The puzzles are not only fun to put together but are a great way for students to learn anatomy." Read the review.

 

Cognitive Drawing

Little Earthling

Renee says, "The Cognitive Drawing Workbook takes the student through each step of the drawing process. You aren’t just picking up tips and tricks, but training your brain to see and recreate an object." Read the review.



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