“Mommy” School

Now that E is a big Pre-Ker and is in “school” 3 days a week, Ben and I have more time together. Ben has reached the stage where he is busy, busy, busy! I decided to capitalize on this and start “mommy” school.

We’ve been:

  • coloring
  • stacking
  • making a mess…
  • …and cleaning it up!

Of course, educational toys come into play and they give Mommy some time to get other things done. Ben loves to go from one toy to the next and pull everything out of the toy box. But one of his go-to toys is the Kids II Baby Einstein Count & Discover Treasure Chest.

baby einstein treasure chest

The Baby Einstein Count & Discover Treasure Chest helps Ben work on his fine motor skills and hand eye coordination as he puts the coins in the slots. His favorite mode is the number mode. The treasure chest counts the coins as he puts them in. He loves hearing the numbers and claps for himself each time. Other modes include shapes and numbers. The Kids II Baby Einstein Count & Discover Treasure Chest also speaks in Spanish and French!

baby einstein treasure chest

While we have 3 toy boxes {yes, you read that right, 3} filled with every toy imaginable, Ben seems to drag the treasure chest out every chance he gets. I think it’s the ocean bubble sounds {which are not irritating to hear, you know what I mean!}.

What’s your child’s favorite educational toy?

baby einstein treasure chest

About the Kids II Baby Einstein Treasure Chest

Capture your little one’s imagination with the Count & Discover Treasure Chest from Baby Einstein. It introduces Baby to counting, shapes and colors in English, Spanish and French. The lid is easily opened to retrieve the coins, and it features classic melodies and Fun Ocean sounds.

Manufacturer’s Suggested Age: 6 Months and Up
Includes: Coins
Educational Focus: Shapes and Colors, Teaching Aid, Motor Skills, Letters and Numbers
Number of Pieces: 11
Dimensions: 6.0 ” H x 7.9 ” W x 6.3 ” L
Product Weight: 1.83 Lb.
Care and Cleaning: Hand Wash Only

Retail price of the Count & Discover Treasure Chest is $19.99.

Disclosure: This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Kids II, Inc. I was provided the featured product free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine.

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  1. I stopped by because we are both social media ambassadors for the upcoming Power Up Weekend. I am glad I stopped by. It is always nice to read about other moms and what they are doing with their little ones. My four are all older than your little guys but it is nice to be reminded about the “good old days.”

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