Jeni says, “I thought the Engino Inventor Builder Set offered as part of the 2nd grade Timberdoodle Curriculum kit was exceedingly cool. It functions very much like Legos — which is the quintessential building toy, right? So I will say, if your child loves Legos, they will likely be in love with this toy.” Read the rest of her review at Cosmic Montessori School.
Roxanne says, “My children absolutely loved the Bloco Birds of Prey Construction Set. As soon as we were done building they asked me to research if there were other sets available. I highly recommended this product, and will be purchasing other Bloco constructions kits for Christmas gifts this year.” Read the rest of her review at Homework and Horseplay.
Kathryn says, “We have spent hours with our Ozobot and it is super fun for all! What is an Ozobot? It is basically a small robot that teaches kids programming. The thick, clear plastic shell lets you see the circuitry inside.” Read the rest of her review at Cummins Life.
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.
Missica says, “Mr. B has been loving the Edison Robot 2.0, part of the 4th grade curriculum kitfrom Timberdoodle. Mr. B is beyond 4th grade, but that doesn’t matter when it comes to this fun and educational robot that is also Lego compatible.” Read the rest of her review at Through the Open Window.
MaryAnne says, “Finally, a robot kids can program that families can afford! It’s an impressively versatile little robot, too!” Read her review at Mama Smiles.