Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Product Review: Galt Cotton Reel and Fun Buttons Play and Learn Value Bundle

Teaching my daughter new things and having her learn and have fun at the same time is very important to me as a parent.  Galt create and sell a wonderful selection of educational toys for children that are suitable from birth right through to the age of 10 and are designed to encourage learning through play.


The Galt Play and Learn Value Bundle is just one of the many products in the toddler age group.  It consists of two fabulous boxes; one containing Cotton Reels and the other, Fun Buttons.

Brightly coloured and perfect for little fingers, my daughter has had hours of fun with both of these sets.  They are excellent for developing hand/eye co-ordination and manual dexterity skills.  With a bit of imagination the number of games you can dream up with your little one is nearly endless.

Here are a few games that we made up:-
  1. Create your own button or cotton reel necklaces.
  2. Sort your buttons and reels into the four colour groups.
  3. Sort the buttons/thread them by hole pattern.
  4. Stack the buttons into piles of 10, counting from 1 to 10 as you do so.  Serrated rims mean that they stack neatly and easily.
  5. Use the buttons as 'play money'.  You could buy cotton reels with them!

The Cotton Reel and Fun Button Play and Learn Value Bundle retails on the Galt website at their fantastic web exclusive price of £7.95.  Why not start your Christmas shopping early this year?

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Note: The Blogger was sent these items to play with, test and review.  All views are her own, completely honest and unbiased.

2 comments:

  1. My little man would live this. What a great Xmas pressure and very reasonably priced. Going on the list now. X

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    1. They really are fantastic and come highly recommended. I am sure he will love them!

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