Fun Educational Puzzles For Kids! Be Warned: Highly Addictive!



My husband, son and I are seriously loving these books called Balance Benders.

Have you tried them?

I got Level 1 for my son.

The book is filled with a variety of logic puzzles.

My son likes to sit in front of the TV and work on the puzzles.

He calls it "a fun way to learn."

Well, one night, he left the book lying around, and my husband picked it up.

And, he really got into it.

So, curious, I went and sat down beside him.

And, before I knew it, the time had flown by, and we gone through the entire book.

It was a lot of fun!

Really.

I just bought another in the series, and it is just as good as the first one.

I like challenging my son and I find these books do the trick.

It really puts his deductive reasoning skills to the test.

I must caution you, thoough, that these puzzles are seriously addictive.

Not just for the kids, but the parents too!

I called the company and asked if I could post a couple of pages from the book, and they agreed.

Go to kids learn @ kiboomu daily and check it out!

It's Time To Learn, Laugh, Sing & Grow!
www.kiboomu.blogspot.com


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