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Review: Djeco Bugs

This art kit by Djeco is a great way to entertain your kiddo for a long time. Djeco Bugs has 4 cards and the scratching stick. All your child needs to do is scratch the blue parts of the card and it reveals a picture. We’ve had some other kits like this but you had to scratch so hard that my daughter wasn’t able to complete it. Djeco’s kit is very easy to scratch you really don’t need that much pressure to make the picture appear.


The kit does come with an instruction manual but let’s be honest it’s really self explanatory. What was great for me was that doing just one card kept my daughter busy for almost an hour. We did end up taking turns to complete it because she said her hand was starting to hurt. Which I get because it is a lot of scratching for an almost 4 year old to be doing and she didn’t want to take a break and finish at later time. 


My daughter really enjoyed this kit and asked if we could do more cards together but I told her we have space them out for the year with our Timberdoodle curriculum. It was a great bonding time for us. She kept telling me how much fun it was to do the kit together and gave me lots of hugs which was so sweet. 


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