Before you decided to use Timberdoodle, what was your biggest obstacle or concern about using a Timberdoodle Curriculum Kit? Before using Timberdoodle I was most concerned with making sure all my bases were covered on all subjects. That there would be an easy-to-follow schedule and that all the materials would be fun and educational. Upon the arrival of our first ever order I found all my concerns were in vain. Timberdoodle greatly surpassed expectations. What did you discover that helped you overcome that? Timberdoodle curriculum is thorough and complete. The work is engaging, fun and very educational. And, I love […]
Jennifer says, “Studies show that the vast majority of children who use this program have significantly improved their learning abilities. What better reason do I need for keeping the Developing the Early Learner series on my shelf and reaching for them regularly when our grandkids come to call?” Read the rest of her review at the Flanders Family website.
Love says, “Brain Builder Peg Set is incredibly fun and educational wooden building blocks. Every wooden block made of bright and happy colors and different shapes. The size of each block is not too big and not too small, it is perfect for little builder’s hands.” Read the rest of her review at Munchkin Time.
Before you decided to use Timberdoodle, what was your biggest obstacle or concern about using a Timberdoodle Curriculum Kit? Did it include everything our child needed to move into the next grade level? What did you discover that helped you overcome that? We were so impressed with the hands-on items and STEM items in addition to the other activities to help our child learn. Being an engineer myself, STEM has become so important for the future, and I want to give my children the opportunity to be excited about learning. I felt Timberdoodle’s kit would give my children the best […]
Alicia says, “I loved that when I pulled out our bag of Simbrix, all three of my big kids descended upon the table and drove right in. It’s been very quiet at the table when the Simbrix are out–what mom wouldn’t love that!?” Read the rest of her review at Learning Well.
Karla says, “It is aptly named Economics for Everybody because we all got something out of it without having to have an in-depth understanding of math or government. I would definitely recommend this if you’re looking for a high school economics elective, or even if you would just like to have a better understanding of economics principles.” Read the rest of her review at Roads to Everywhere.
Before you decided to use Timberdoodle, what was your biggest obstacle or concern about using a Timberdoodle Curriculum Kit? Before my family decided to use Timberdoodle, we were concerned about the pricing options. We wanted to get the first 4 Elite kits and $2300 is a scary number. In the end we couldn’t find a better curriculum to suit our growing families needs. All in all we are very glad we stuck with our guts and bought the kits. Our little ones have enjoyed school so much we do it almost every single day. They just can’t get enough of […]
Before you decided to use Timberdoodle, what was your biggest obstacle or concern about using a Timberdoodle Curriculum Kit? Price. What did you discover that helped you overcome that? They were actually very reasonable priced when compared to other choices. Which Timberdoodle Curriculum Kits and editions are part of your story? Kindergarten, First Grade, Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade – Basic, Complete, Elite, Custom. What is the very best thing about your Timberdoodle experience so far? I love the customizable schedules for the kids. I know what my kids need to do each day and it helps me stay on […]
Love says, “Me and my little munchkins had the opportunity to learn from the preschool workbooks, Developing the Early Learner. I have to say they are very engaging. If you have little ones you would know that this an important factor, because most little ones have a very short attention span. While being fun and creative these activity books teach children ages 2 and up, how to think and how to reason. ” Read more of her review at Munchkin Time.
Alicia says, “Editor in Chief is a workbook that’s basically comprised of a series of essays, bulletins, letters, and more. There’s a catch though. There’s loads of grammatical mistakes and your kid needs to find them. There’s clues for each assignment, “Find the 13 errors in this passage.” This is great so your student isn’t going off on a wild goose chase but they know the number of mistakes they are needing to find.” Read the rest of her review at Learning Well.