Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Flip 'N' Check Review and GIVEAWAY
Finding different activities for little ones to do now a days beyond electronics seems to be so tough. So when I was able to check out Flip 'N' Check dry erase books, I was so stoked. My kids are personally still a little young to do this on their own. But I have been using it as an activity that we can do together, and my almost five year old LOVES it.
Flip 'N' Check Mad Libs comes with multiple sheets of mad libs that help young minds create their own fun mad libs. And since these are targeted for the younger crowd, they even added a cheat sheet in a way of different adjectives, nouns, and other things to help them in case they get stuck.
I know as my kids grow, I will be able to just leave these in the car, so I don't have to worry about the lack of WIFI when we are out running our errands. It is great because everything stays together with these books. Everything is completely reusable, you just put it behind the plastic sleeve, answer the questions, then flip it over to read your newly created mad lib.
And since everything is right there with you, there is an eraser for the dry erase page right on the tip of the marker to make it so clean up is a breeze. Right inside the book has a little spot to hold all of your papers so they aren't falling out everywhere making a mess that no parent wants to clean up.
They have a few different varieties. I am sure older kids would appreciate brain games more then my kids right now. But I think that all of them are fun personally.
If you would like to check out or order one for your family member, please click here.
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