Nichole says, “When my son picks up a building toy and can form bridges, houses, and monsters, that shows me he has an imagination. Showing me his world is open to endless possibilities. Remember, without imagination, no invention would ever have happened. The world would not be what it is today. I embrace toys that not only provide a play outlet but provide the opportunity to also have education value. This is why I am obsessed with the Tegu Oceans Deluxe Magnetic Wooden Blocks.” Read the rest of her review at Mommy Needs a Bottle.
Alicia says, “…you can literally use these anywhere: in church, on car rides, waiting for dinner to arrive at a restaurant, and of course, during school time!” Read the rest of her review at Learning Well Community.
Emily says, “I don’t usually put this in my reviews, but my first impression differs from how I feel now, so I think it’s important for those who have the same first impression. Upon opening the box and taking out the cards, I was overwhelmed. Maybe seeing so many cards cued a small anxiety attack by the thought of having to sort through them and figure out how to utilize them for Alexis. My first impression was to message them and ask them what the heck they were thinking packing so many cards into a tiny box. Glad I didn’t!” […]
Amanda says, “This was one of those items that I never thought we needed until we had it. Baby Girl has not stopped playing with it and loves to use it in many different ways. There is no right or wrong way to have fun when it comes to the Haba Palette of Pegs!” Read the rest of her review at Hopkins Homeschool.
Melissa says, “I’m planning on leaving this out for my kids to work with. I do better with instructions; however, I appreciate open ended toys for my kids to encourage their creativity. I also appreciate that it feels like a lot of care went into designing and making this.” Read the rest of her review at Life, Love, and Dirty Diapers.
Nicole asks: “How should I dual teach a 2- and 4-year-old?” Our answer: Fantastic question! Our family has twin 2-year-olds, a 3-year-old and a 4-year-old so I completely understand the difficulties! We’ve done a few things to make life easier. Teach Independent Learning Little ones don’t know how to learn on their own, but if you can help them gain this skill you’ll find you gain a lot of freedom. Our twins have learned to put together Plus-Plus Midi so they can be handed a stack of pieces to put together and that will give you a few minutes to […]