POP for Rhyming with Learning Resources

This is a sponsored post.  As with all the products I blog about, I use them personally and opinions are my own, I was not influenced in any way by the compensation I received.

I know I have said it tons of times education is very important. It’s also both parents and teachers jobs to ensure that children are learning. However it’s not always easy to do. It can be stressful for both parents and child. It no longer has to be. It can be fun! Learning Resources provides TONS of educational items that make it fun for your children. 

About Pop For Rhyming: (per site) 

Give foundational reading skills some POP! Develop phonological awareness with a text-free rhyming game young learners will love! Durable bubble-jar container includes guide printed on the outside, 80 bubble-shaped cards and spinner.

 

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Look at the fun! They are playing together with no fighting!

Bryson is 6 and Zoey is 4, because of the age difference it’s hard to find games that both of them can play together that are both educational and fun for them. My son has always struggled with rhyming. I had no clue on how to help him. It frustrated me because I wanted to. My son started learning about rhyming when he was my daughter’s age, so I figured it was something they both could learn together. The thing I loved about the “pop” series of educational games is that it’s easy and has a simple concept. The kids had a blast playing this game. So much so that they ask to play it again every day!! 

My overall opinion of the Pop for Rhyming  is that it’s  perfect. They are simple and easy for the kids to play. They are fun and educational! 

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17 comments

  1. I’d like to try the Primary Science Plant and Grow kit. It’s so important for kids to learn about growing things.

  2. I like the variety of toys they have and they all look fun while the child learns. I also like that they are for younger children, like my grandchildren.

  3. I like that these products help with kids self awareness and problem solving skills.

  4. the teaching cash register and the endangered animals
    Rod Jackson
    mrsrodjac at hotmail dot com

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