Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Fundanoodle {Sponsor Highlight}


Our third Back 2 School Event sponsor is Fundanoodle. Haven't heard of this company? If you have little ones from 3 years old to 1st grade take note of this unique system for teaching little ones handwriting.

Baby E will be four this coming January. I am certainly not worried about having formal 'schooling' with her yet, to us learning is just a fun part of every day. At this age it is important for us not to force learning or make it in any way mandatory. So far this approach is working well! She can recite the alphabet both in Russian and English. She is getting rather good with numbers and can do basic addition and subtraction with visual aids. Reading and writing will be a challenge for us because she is learning it in both languages at once. I am trying to keep things separate and when she asks me to write something for her I only do it in one language, then do it in the other language on a different day. She is ready for a little more challenge and asks me to teach her to write letters.


We are looking forward to receiving the Fundanoodle package in the mail this week! I love resources that are ready-to-use and keep learning fun for this age. With an infant I don't have the time to make something up myself, so this is handy. The skills that Fundanoodle teaches are motor coordination, eye-hand coordination, sensory (touch and visual exploration), and problem solving. It's so much more than just writing, it provides you with games and activities that will not only be fun for your child, but will give them the skills necessary to be confident writers in the future. It is great for homeschoolers, teachers and parents, and care providers. 

Don't forget to come back Tuesday, July 17th to enter the giveaway for age appropriate learning material for your child!




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Disclaimer: I did not receive payment for this review. I was provided a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are solely my own and your experience may differ. 

15 comments:

  1. I have never heard of Fundanoodle before. What great learning activities!

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  2. I love how everything is age appropriate! Would be perfect for my young grandson!

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  3. I would like to have this, my 4 year old always looking for an activity to do.

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  4. I will def check this out!

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  5. I love it when kids items are educational and fun. My grandkids love to learn and to do crafts or experiments. These will be perfect for them. I hadn't heard about Fundanoodle before. Thanks.

    savewish@yahoo.com

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  6. Lacing cards!!!! Loved those as a kid. The bead, trace, lace one would be so much fun....

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  7. It seems like a good mix of fun and learning

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  8. Fantastic products to teach school readiness skills. My children used to love lace-up cards.

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  9. Dd will be starting pre-K in the fall and is still having trouble writing some of her letters (Actually most of them!) This would help her tremendously!

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  10. This looks great for hand eye coordination.

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  11. I have never heard of this company before but what a fantastic idea! I love that it has everything you need together in one box!

    orangestar17@hotmail.com

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  12. this would be great for my almost 4 year old grandson...he loves writing his name

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  13. My son is in the early stages of reading and writing, and any tool that will help him along is more than welcome- especially one that is fun! I'm not interested in drill n' kill- I want my boy to have a love of learning, and this product looks like it would help to give him that.

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  14. I love that this is a great resource for teaching your children to write at home. I know my son doesn't like doing anything fine motor, but this might be a great motivator for him

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  15. Great learning tool. My roommate would love this she's starting her first teaching job this fall

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