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Review: Indestructibles Social Studies

Are your kids a bit rough with books? When my oldest daughter was younger she was. Indestructibles are just as described. They are rip and chew proof. Since our newest addition to the family is 2 month old I decided to test the rip with our older daughter (4 years old). She was unable to rip them apart.


These books are apart of Timberdoodle’s Tiny Tots kit. They feature bright colors and cute illustrations to keep your kiddos engaged. Even though our baby is to little to know what she’s being read I strongly believe it’s never to early to read to your child. All 3 of us can read these books together. Oldest daughter and I can have discussions about these books, I can answer any questions she may have about them or even ask her questions that expand on what we’re reading.


I’d definitely recommend these; especially if your child is a bit rough on books. They are great for younger kids who are just learning about things and an awesome tool for kids a bit older to expand on what they know by having a conversation about the topics. That’s one thing I love about reading to my kids is having a discussion about what we read. I feel it helps with reading comprehension which is something I struggled with a lot as a kid due to being dyslexic. 



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