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Saturday, February 27, 2010

Ebeanstalk Toy Review





Recently, ebeanstalk sent me a set of iPlay Stack and Nesting Buckets. I gave them to Dexter for his birthday and I kid you not, they are now his favorite toy. He is a stacker by nature. He loves to stack, sort and throw the buckets around. There are a few things, as a mother and elementary educator, that I love about this product.

What I love about it:
*That it reinforces the concept of colors and sizes
*Teaches order. Biggest to smallest and smallest to biggest
*Engages Dexter in creative and imaginative play
*Sturdy and Durable
*The bottoms of the buckets have corresponding numbers for numerical stacking
*All the stacking toys and sorting shapes fit nicely in the bucket and a cover for convenient carrying

Ebeanstalk is a toy website dedicated to selecting the best toys by age and kids toys. The in-home feedback of bloggers and moms like me around the country help to make sure ebeanstalk continues to provide the best educational toys for your child. Check it out for yourself!

**I was sent this toy from ebeanstalk for review purposes. The opinions expressed are truthful and I was under no obligation to write a positive review**

3 comments:

Annie said...

Glad to read your review!!! Very cute. we got a cool sassy bath toy for Little Miss Savanah to review. I am going to wait until after her birthday to review!!
Annie
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royaldixie said...

Glad you like it. Can't wait to see your review too! :)

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