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BumbleFly N ButterBees Wooden Coin Memory Game Review

Over the last couple weeks, Henry has become very interested in letters. 

Every letter, he points, "dat?" {That's "what that?" for those of you that don't speak Henry}

Me: "A" 

Hen: "Yeah!"

If Henry guesses, letters are either A, L, or Y. I know, random. We're working on it -- or at least we will be at tot school soon. So, I've been looking for great toys we can use to help with his learning. And, luckily I've found one -- BumbleFly~N~ButterBees Wooden Coin Memory Game!



The game comes with 52, 1.5" handmade wooden coins. Each is stamped with an upper and lower case of a letter with two of each letter. They are impeccable and beautiful. And, yet, awesomely educational. They offer so many possibilities -- memory game, letter identification, stacking, and so much more.



Henry really loves these. He's not ready for the memory game. But he loves to stack these, place them in a cup through a slit, and have me identify the letters. I can't wait for him to know more letters so we can expand our play and learning. They are the perfect size for his little hands. Plus, I love that they are wooden, natural looking and sturdy! You know, there's nothing I love more than a quiet game that actually keeps Hen entertained!





If you've never seen BumbleFly~N~ButterBees, you have to check it out! Besides the coins, there is an array of beautiful, unique, colorful, hilarious children's toys and household goods. Mustache yo-yo anyone? Wooden ninjas? Sangria flavored lipbalm? BumbleFly~N~ButterBees has it! And its awesome!



If you're looking for a Christmas gift, or just to add to your educational toys, you have to check out BumbleFly~N~ButterBees!

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*I was not compensated for this post, I did receive this product free of charge. All opinions are my own.

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Lindsay said…
That looks AWESOME! Thanks for sharing!

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