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January 2007 | Vol. VI - No. 1


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Homeschooling Roundtable

Crafts and Books Keep Brains Busy


The homeschoolers got their hands into Kits for Crafts “cookie” batter that winds up in the bathtub, and had their first experience with last year’s Toy Fair sensation, PlayFoam by Educational Insights (ToyDirectory).

They also learned more than they expected with books from innovativeKids.  “The Case of the Missing Cat,” for instance, was called,  “both brain on and hands on.”

To find out what other products the homeschoolers and their moms evaluated, see the February issue of TDmonthly Magazine.



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Susan LedfordWriter's Bio: Susan Ledford is the writer, editor and publisher of the "Homeschool Resources Directory for S.C."  She has been evaluating toys and games for TDmonthly's Roundtable reviews since 2005. She also is a homeschool veteran of seven years. Read more articles by this author

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