Thursday, April 18, 2013

Savannah is Loving Her Number Snail Wooden Puzze from BeginAgain Toys (Review and #Giveaway)


Disclosure:  I was sent a sample from the vendor, in order to write up an honest review.  The views I share are mine and mine alone.


Savannah is at the age where she could sit for hours either coloring or doing puzzles, with a preference for wooden puzzles.  I have lost count on the number of puzzles we have picked up for her, and that my parents have gotten for her.  But, I do know that the one puzzle we were missing was one that helped teach her numbers.  Thanks to the folks at BeginAgain toys, however, I can say that she has one now, as they recently sent us their popular Number Snail puzzle to review.  Look how cute this colorful wooden puzzle, which only cost $13.00:

Inventor Toys: Number Snail

"A challenging 1 to 10 number puzzle for preschoolers. This inventive puzzle teaches some valuable basics: counting 1 to 10 and colors. Hand-crafted from plantation-grown rubberwood, an environmentally-friendly hardwood. Our best selling numbers puzzle!"

Not only does this puzzle help a toddler/preschooler learn to count from 1-10 and in what order, but it also a great learning tool to teach colors as well.  Since receiving this puzzle last week, Savannah has already become a whiz at it, and can recognize and tell me all the numbers and colors she sees, and knows the correct chronological order of the 1-10 number blocks.  I love how this wooden puzzle can be stored in the wooden box that it comes in, so I don't have to worry about missing pieces.  And, since receiving, Savannah has taken this number puzzle practically everywhere -- from the doctor's office, in the car, and even to Nana and Papa's house.  She can either put the puzzle together while in the box it comes in, or she can dump out the puzzle pieces on the table to solve it.  Either way, she can spend hours alone just on this one puzzle.  Based on how excited she gets about solving this colorful numbers puzzle from BeginAgain Toys, I can see why so many other children and their parents love this popular puzzle.




And, with Savannah's 3rd birthday right around the corner in July, I plan to surprise her with this other popular wooden puzzle from BeginAgain -- the Dinosaur A to Z puzzle, which costs only $30.00, and is also handcrafted, and comes in an easy clean up storage box made from Beech wood.


Inventor Toys: Alphabet Dinosaur



Does your toddler or preschooler loves puzzles, just as much as my Savannah does?  Then, why not check out these and other products from BeginAgain?  You will not be disappointed in the quality of their products.  We own a few of their bath toys, and love them!  And, know I can say that we love their handcrafted puzzles, too! :-)


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Inventor Toys: Butterfly Alphabet

The Number Snail wooden puzzle is available directly from the BeginAgain Toys website for only $13.00, in addition to other wonderful toys for children.  Click here to visit the BeginAgain website now -- http://www.beginagaintoys.com/.  In addition, you can find BeginAgain toys online at Amazon.com, as well as your local Whole Foods stores.

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One lucky reader will win a Number Snail Puzzle, thanks to the folks at BeginAgain Toys.  To enter this giveaway, please complete the entries on the Rafflecopter form below.  Good luck!

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About BeginAgain Toys:

Created by toy makers David Bowen and Chris Clemmer, BeginAgain is focused on thoughtful product design and imaginative storytelling for today's kids. It is our goal to inspire children with stories of invention, adventure, and good old-fashioned fun. BeginAgain toys teach through play and nurture the development of the whole child. 

Disclosure:  I was sent a sample from the vendor, in order to write up an honest review.  The views I share are mine and mine alone.

15 comments :

  1. I would pick one out for a Toddler, one with car;s or truck's for a boy.

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  2. My daughter would enjoy the Scented Scoops Ice Cream Set as well.

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  3. the Butterfy puzzle is adorable!

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  4. the green ring would be perfect for my grandson!

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  5. Christine BeasleyApril 18, 2013 at 4:04 PM

    Butterfl y A to Z Puzzle

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  6. I like the animal parade puzzle

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  7. love the animal parade but also the name puzzles
    pin as jacksondeb


    Rod Jackson
    mrsrodjac at hotmail dot com

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  8. I also like the Treasure Hunt - Objects and Shapes Game.

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  9. I have to say the puzzle is fun to play with and Savannah cant get enough.

    Savannah's dad

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  10. My son would like the bathtub ball!

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  11. I love the puzzles!! My little man loves puzzles and would love any of them!

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  12. My daughter loves the butterfly puzzle!

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  13. I think my daughter would love the Dunk & Dive bathtub characters or the Elephant Family Puzzle.

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