School Zone Peekaboo Preschool Flash Cards Review and Giveaway

School Zone is a well known company that has workbooks, flash cards, and software for children of all ages.
I love colorful and fun flashcards like this for my children to learn. They tend to keep their attention more than boring plain ones. I’m reviewing the Peekaboo Preschool Flash Cards today!
My 4 year old loved these and we went through all of them. These have numbers, colors, and all kinds of shapes. These flash cards open up as well and have you do a small/short activity inside, like find groups of 2 or something similar.
The back of the cards have a color, number, shape and are very easy to read. I really liked these and will continue using them with my 4 year old and save them for my little 16 month old for when she gets older.
You can purchase these online at School Zone HERE for $12.99. Also make sure and check out all the other products they have available for teaching at home.
If you would like a chance to win your own set, enter on the Rafflecopter form below!
Giveaway ends 3/12/13 at 11:59pm ET.
Disclosure: I received these flashcards in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any way. School Zone is responsible for prize shipment.


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