Michele says, “Let’s face it, no matter how much great information is in a book, it will do your child no good if they do not read it. You will not have that problem with Dr. Bonyfide. These are such fun books and my son, age 10, devoured them.” Read the rest of her review at Family, Faith, and Fridays.
Heather says, “…So much easier than the way we did it back in the 70s with wood, velvet, nails and a hammer! This is MUCH easier on the fingers! 🙂 The best part is you can sit down and with just a bit of time complete this project in just one sitting. The way we did string art long ago was much more time consuming.” Read the rest of her review at Timeless and Treasured.
Karla says, “All in all, it’s a fun set, great for keeping a little one safely engaged for a long time. Ella, of course, just thought it was fun. She didn’t realize we were working on her fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, sorting, visual discrimination, and color recognition.” Read the rest of her review at Roads to Everywhere.
Love says, “I love watching my baby girl using Wikki Stix and her hands to shape alphabet letters. Not only she learns her ABC letters but also she uses her imagination when creating things that starts with the letter “A”. It is a perfect ABC activity for preschoolers.” Read the rest of her review at Munchkin Time.
Megan says, “This bright little box is filled with 66 cards and instructions for 16 different games! All of which are geared toward mathematical development. One of my favorite things about the game is that it includes a “Guide for Grownups” which had some really helpful tips.” Read the rest of her review at Leeping Artistry.
Heather says, “We have been a long time fan of the Dr. Bonyfide books. They are so entertaining while at the same time wonderfully educational (like most Timberdoodle products are). These books are full of kid friendly rhymes, games and puzzles all while learning about the bones of the body.” Read the rest of her review at Timeless and Treasured.
Lauren says, “My boys, 4th grade and 6th grade, were both very interested in checking this book out. The Beautiful Coloring book covers everything from the color wheel, primary colors, complimentary colors, and different coloring techniques.” Read more of her review at Lawteedah.
Laura says, “One of the best things about open-ended toys is that they can be used at multiple levels in different ways. A great example is the Haba Palette of Pegs set. It can be used to practice fine motor skills, color identification, color matching, counting, grouping, and more.” Read the rest of her review at Homeschooling Five.
Emily says, “Alexis is a hands-on learner. However she doesn’t necessarily like when I try to teach her how to write her letters. With Wikki Stix, she looks at it as something she cam do independently. As she uses her fine motor skills to bend the slightly tacky stix, she is learning how to shape letters without the frustration of having to have mommy help her with a pen/pencil.” Read more of her review at Mommyhood Moments.