EcoGreen Crafts {review}

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the review We recently had the opportunity to review craft supplies from EcoGreen Crafts. The kids know all about recycling and how important it is for the environment. In fact, that’s one of their regular chores – to help empty our cans, bottles and newspapers into the recycling bin. But they’ve only seen that side of recycling. So they were excited to see what that “stuff” can turn into — and I was excited to find ways to feed their {Read full article}

Tegu magnetic blocks {review}

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the review We recently had the opportunity to review the Pocket Pouch Prism – Jungle from Tegu. My kids have always been fans of the basic wooden block. Over the years, we’ve had a couple different sets and they’ve built everything from castles to towers to zoos for their animals. But their towers were only as tall as their ability to balance those blocks. And at ages 2 and 4? Well, that ability is sometimes a little limited. As soon as {Read full article}

Primary Science Mix & Measure Set {review and giveaway}

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Educational Games | Primary Science Mix & Measure Set the review We recently had the opportunity to review the Primary Science Mix & Measure Set from Learning Resources. And it comes as no surprise to me that it’s seen some heavy use in the last month. Luckily it’s as durable as it looks – and it’s stood up well so far to experiment after experiment. This set is great for all ages. As expected, my preschooler loves it, but the sizes {Read full article}

Organize toys quickly with the Toydozer {review, giveaway}

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Organize the playroom with Toydozer From the description: The Toydozer is simple and easy to use, and the results are dramatic. The “gatherer” is designed to work like the blade of a bulldozer and the “scoop” is modeled after a bulldozer scoop. Users hold on to the “gatherer” to collect small toys into the lightweight  “scoop” and then dump the toys into their respective toy bins or containers. With just a few scoops of the Toydozer, clean up time is {Read full article}