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...testimonials about KiddiesGames
“This is great. Quintin loved playing the face game and pointing to his own features. He also loves to hear the children's voices in all of the games. He has been asking me to play it constantly. I loved all of the color. Thanks.”
Lisa, Mother of Quintin, 2 years old
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If there is one series of toys that my son uses on a daily basis it's Mega Blocks. He plays with them all the time and never gets bored! The Blocks and Tiny 'n Tuff Vehicles are easy to put together and just the right size for toddler hands. It's amazing to watch him developing his motor skills while expressing his imagination with Mega Bloks.
The Peekaboo books are sure to make your little one giggle! My son loves to give “kisses” to the furry animals found within the books. There is even a squeaking mouse! Ian has never been bored with this book and we look forward to purchasing more in the series on our next visit to kiddiegames.com!
Here's to the kids who are different, Kids who don't always get A's, Kids who have ear Twice the size of their peers, And noses that go on for days, Here's to the kids who are different, Kids who bloom later than some, Kids who don't fit, But who never say quit, Who dance to a different drum, Here's to the kids who are different, Kids with the mischievous streak, For when they have grown, As history has shown, It's their difference that makes them unique.
quoted from Digby Wolfe as quoted in "Right-Brained Children in a Left-Brained World: Unlocking the Potential of your ADD Child" by Jeffrey Freed and Laurie Parsons, page 158
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