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08-21-2016 05:26 AM
Unregistered I love it!!! I wouldn't be without them. My kids are 2, 3, & 4's. I've had toddlers (18 mo.) love them too. I think they are a great deal. I love the giant teacher version. Think big book style.

They cover so many social and science areas...family's, feelings, bugs, holidays, seasons, animals, health, etc.

They really help round out my curriculum! So easy and age appropriate.
08-04-2016 08:49 AM
MrsSteinel'sHouse oh and the is it worth it- it depends on the kids you have. I have used it previously when I had more 3/4 yr olds. It was a nice "addition". Right now I am running younger- I will only have one 3 yr and one 4 yr and the rest are little so I am not ordering this year. I just don't have the time in my day to do it. But, since I ordered the 5 even though I didn't have 5 I have some extras and pull them out and use them (I always save the teacher one and can use it multiple years)
It does give parents something to talk about with their kids....
08-04-2016 08:36 AM
MrsSteinel'sHouse $5.99 per child per "year" minimum of 5 kids I believe.
08-04-2016 03:03 AM
Zuckadoo Does anyone use the Let's Find Out or My Big World magazines in their room? Is it worth the $5.99 an issue? Are there codes for a different price?

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