In exchange for my honest opinions, the Twins were gifted a subscription to Hopster, a preschool learning and entertainment app. All opinions are 100% our own, as always.
Admittedly, when I first downloaded Hopster onto our iPad, I did so without the kids around and definitely spent some time diving into the games, shows, and songs. It was for research purposes, but it was also oh so fun! I felt comfortable adding this app to our home screen, a place where the Twins know to go for fun learning activities.
Our family has some pretty strong thoughts on the importance of pre-school learning. Both of school-age kids attended pre-k programs, and we’re hoping the twins will start in April. Until then, we’re working on some learning activities at home and in the region. (This post contains affiliate links.)
Evan received the GeoSafari Jr. My First Telescope in exchange for this review.
My little scientist Evan loves the outdoors. Between gardening, playing soccer, checking on his ant farm…I’m honestly not sure how he has time for any of the things he likes to do inside! When I heard about the GeoSafari Jr. My First Telescope from Educational Insights, I knew that it was something perfect for him.
This post, Jungle Crew Lab Set, is one such post.
We’re kind of a family of dorks, so it’s no surprise that Evan loves the GeoSafari® Jr. Jungle Crew Lab Set™ from Educational Insights. The Jungle Crew Lab Set allows him to explore science concepts (with mom and dad’s help) without realizing he’s learning STEM lessons.
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