Snow White review by The Art Kit

Dana says, “We are always on the lookout for fun and educational games and toys for our children, so when we were given the opportunity to review Smart Games’ Snow White game, we were thrilled! Snow White is perfect for children ages 4-7 (and even those younger and older) and packs in a lot of fun and learning. We instantly fell in love with the bright colors, high-quality pieces, and brain-boosting challenges.” Read the rest of her review at The Art Kit.

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Tegu Oceans Deluxe review by Mommy Needs a Bottle

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.  

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Dr. Bonyfide review by So Every Day

Lacey says, “The book gives the scientific names of the bones and the students are working on memorizing and identifying all the bones named properly and – let me tell you – that is hard.  Proximal, carpal, phalange, metacarpal, scaphoid, hamate and tricky words like that – for third and fourth graders.  Truthfully, I had my doubts as we waded through the words and read the rhymes together and I have been tempted to not have Piper and Otto memorize these bone names.  But each lesson I have been surprised at their desire to recite all the names to me, […]

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Tiny Polka Dot review by Mommyhood Moments

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!” […]

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