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Review: Djeco Beadazzled Dough

Y’all know I love Djeco and this kit is no different. Beadazzled Dough is a super fun art kit that comes with 3 designs; fish, cat and chicken. The dough is like air clay so after about a day it completely dries and your able to hang up the board. The kit comes with the exact number of beads you need for each design. I sorted the beads into bags for each design so they’d be ready to go when go to use them.


I love that everything you need comes in the kit. No mess was made when we did the kit which was a great plus. The instructions are simple to follow and done all in pictures so even my 3 year old daughter knew what she needed to do without me explaining it to her. Since the dough is air clay it was soft and easy for her move to fill in the cutout. 

The instructions do show where to put the beads but I just let her put them anywhere she wanted. Djeco is about creativity so why not let your kids get creative in where the beads go. When we finished the chicken design she wanted to do t…

Review: Story Volcano Island

This is such a great way to get your kiddos story telling abilities up. Story Volcano Island has a bunch of cards with colorful pictures. There is a card that has instructions for different ages on games you can play. We play by taking turns picking a card from the pile and making up a part of the story.


So far, our daughter just explains what is happening on the card but her vocabulary and story telling skills have increased. She’s able to remember the whole story from start to finish which I think is remarkable. What is really great is that she loves the game. It’s easy to play and the story is always different because you never know what card you’re going to get. 

Review: Dimpl Duo

This year in Timberdoodle’s Tiny Tots Kit is an awesome interactive item called Dimpl Duo. One side has colors and the other is shapes. What is really cool is above the names the words are in Braille. The size of the game is perfect for tiny hands and is a great educational item to use at home, in the car or at places where your little ones would get bored like the doctors. The colors are the same on the front and back so with colors you can ask for both; find the red circle.



My daughter thinks is super fun and told me it’s like a tablet. Then she proceeded to go around saying it was her table; “I’m going to watch yellow!”. Since they have to push in the bubbles it works your kiddos muscles which is nice. Another great plus is that it is easy to clean if your child decides to spills things on it.