Begin Again Toys – Inventor Puzzles Review

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Begin Again Toys is an imaginative toy company that is located in Fort Collins, Colorado. Back in the 20th century, Benjamin Barlowe, would tell fantastic tales and astute observations of his grandchildren, which became the inspiration to the products at Begin Again Toys. Toy makers David Bowen and Chris Clemmer, who are also co-founders of Sprig Toys, created Begin Again Toys. They are focused on thoughtful product design and imaginative storytelling for kids.

100_2537I had the opportunity to work with Begin Again Toys and I was super excited. I received 2 products from the Inventor Line. I received the Number Snail (RV $14) and a Dino Skeleton Triceratops Puzzle (RV $30). My oldest is really creative and has a huge imagination, and while I loved all of the lines from Begin Again Toys, I really thought the Inventor line would suit her best. She is a dinosaur fanatic. She is only 4 years old and is set on being a paleontologist so I know the Dino Skeleton Triceratops Puzzle was going to be perfect for her. On one side of the puzzle is the bone structure and the other side is a friendly dino. This puzzle ia 19 pieces and made out of eco-friendly rubber wood with child safe stains. It also helps kids develop fine motor and problem solving skills. Aubreigh loves doing this puzzle and loves learning about one of her favorite dinos. I love this puzzle because it teachers her so many skills while being fun for her. We also received the Number Snail. This pizzle has the numbers 1-10 that connect to make a snail. This one is perfect for preschoolers. It helps little kids learn their basic numbers and colors. It is hand crafter from plantation grown rubberwood and an environmentally friendly hardwood. Kaylee, my 3-year-old, really loved this puzzle. She wants to go to school like her bigger sister does. I love that she can learn her numbers and colors in a really neat and fun way.

Photo Credit: Begin Again Toys

Photo Credit: Begin Again Toys

Begin Again Toys offers many different lines which include the Inventor, artist, writer, sportster, and hero. They also carry beginner toys, which are perfect for really little kids to start developing their motor skills. Head on over here to see their whole collection of toys which your child is sure to love.

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