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Fall is on the way and I cannot wait to try some of these yummy scone recipes. So many of these recipes have apples, maple, and pumpkin. All of my favorites! Head to the links below to try some new recipes! Apple Scones – Chisel and Fork Apple Cranberry Scones – Tasha’s Artisan Foods[Read More…]
Maybe it is because I am a teacher that I gravitate towards the early conversations of getting ready to go back to school. It is almost a season and other savvy moms like me are searching for the best deals on clothes, backpacks, and supplies. There’s so much that goes into getting ready for back[Read More…]
Halloween is coming and I have a round up of some fun decor projects to help get your house creepy and spooky. DIY Halloween Glitter Witchs Broomstick – Anne’s Entitled Life DIY Halloween Tombstones – Craftivity Designs DIY Mix and Match Wooden Pumpkin Face Decoration – Drugstore Divas DIY Halloween Wreath for under[Read More…]
As a mom and a teacher, I know that it is extremely important to start the school year off right. Of course, you’ll want the right supplies, but there’s more than that to help your child get ready for back to school. How to Get Ready for Back to School Ensuring a healthy, safe, and[Read More…]
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Cynthia R says
I think it is so interesting that schools are teaching children coding as early as the 4th and 5th grade. I wish I knew something about coding.
My niece is almost three and she is very smart for her age, I think this would be awesome for her. With having her here most the days I think this will be something I will be looking into.
Tamra Phelps says
I sometimes feel clueless with computers, but my niece & nephews could intuitively work tech stuff from a very young age. They grew up with it. I think this type of ‘toy’ would be a big hit with kids.
This is such a great game idea! My husband is software engineer and would have loved to get something like this for our little ones. They are slightly older now and he is able to incorporate coding into things with them, but this game would have been great to have!
valmg @ Mom Knows It All says
I hadn’t heard of this toy before. I love to see toys that educate while entertaining a child.
Now this looks perfect for my twins! They try to get involved when older brother is working on code, and maybe this would keep them away from him and busy on their creations!
Love products that teach coding hidden inside a toy. Can never get them started too early!
Kristin C says
I love all these new coding toys.
Angela Hendricks says
I really like this toy because it seems like the child (along with the parent) could easily learn how to code. Another plus about this toy is it is made of wood, so it would last for many years of play.
Sarah Hayes says
this looks very fun and educational . i think my LO would enjoy playing with this