This post is sponsored by Moms Meet, but all opinions are my own.
While I’ve never homeschooled, I always believed that if I were to homeschool, I’d be a put together homeschool mom who practices slow living, outdoor school, and unschooling while baking bread, gardening, and instilling wise little life lessons in all aspects of my day . When pandemic hit, I just knew all my homeschool dreams would come true.
Enter reality. We are about to start week 2 of “virtual school”and I’ve quickly realized that I am not going to be the type of homeschool mom of my dreams. It is probably possible, but not actually plausible right now with 1 husband recovering from Covid pneumonia complications, 2 elementary kids on super slow district issued computers, and 1 preschooler. Thank goodness for Priddy Books!
My preschooler would not have any sort of home education these days without the help of Priddy Books.
I received these books for review the same week Tom entered the hospital for covid (I haven’t blogged a lot about his journey, but I’ve shared a ton of Instagram). I am so grateful for our new Priddy Books. Max (3) and Jackson (5) have both enjoyed the books. Not going to lie, even Robert (7) has enjoyed looking through them.
Here are some of the reason I’m loving the Priddy Books Early Learning Collection
First off, have you heard of Priddy Books? We’ve had these books in our house for years and have loved them!
Priddy Books publishes innovative titles for babies, toddlers, and young children, specially designed to spark a child’s creativity and encourage their development. From classic series like First 100 (love this one) that teaches babies their first 100 words, numbers, colors, to developing key motor skills through sensory play with the Alphaprints and See Touch Feel series, Priddy Books provide all the tools parents need to help curious little minds grow.
Here are some of my favorite facts about Priddy Books:
- The board pages are durable and perfect for little hands to play with for hours of learning and reading fun, and perfect for stuffing in diaper bags or strollers to take anywhere. In fact, several of ours have lasted through 3 kids!
- The books teach motor skills: See, Touch, Feel will stimulate curiosity through sensory play. With raised textures to feel, finger trails to follow, and a shiny mirror to look into, this book is perfect for building language recognition and motor skills.
- Introduce first numbers: With First 100 Numbers baby will love learning about their first 100 numbers with these fun, bright photographs that make for easy counting.
- Explore first colors: Read Alphaprints: Colors to explore baby’s first colors with your favorite animals. Made of fun photographs of everyday things, from fingerprints to fruits, little hands will love exploring the embossed features.
- Focus on speech and language: Meet and feel all of the cutest creatures in the animal kingdom, from furry to feathery, and big to small with Bright Baby: Touch and Feel Baby Animals. The rhyming text and touch and feel textures makes this the perfect book for baby to build motor and vocabulary skills.
- Discover matching and sorting: Take a trip to the farm with My First Play and Learn Farm and learn about key early learning topics such as colors, matching, and sorting. With 28 reusable play pieces, this adorable book is perfect for hours of play and learning.
- Typical retail price for each book is as follows: First 100 Numbers, $5.99; See, Touch, Feel, $12.99; Alphaprints: Colors, $9.99; Bright Baby: Touch and Feel Baby Animals, $4.95; and My First Play and Learn Farm, $9.99.
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