Review: BabyHug Wooden Number Puzzle for Kids

Review: BabyHug Wooden Number Puzzle for kids

This is my review of the Knob Number Board from Babyhug.

This number board is quite useful for children from the age of two and a half to three years old. It is super fun to use and helps kids not only recognise numbers but also associate quantities with the numbers. The product aids parents in teaching children numbers very easily and in a fun way, and the knobs help in improving a child’s pincer grip and fine motor skills.

The Babyhug number board is a new way to teach numbers to our children. It is made of wood and is very lightweight, so kids can easily carry it along, around the house. Moreover, this product can be used as an open-ended activity. Kids can explore the product and learn not only numbers but the names of colours and fruits as well.

I really liked the colourful pattern that is used to make this product more attractive for little ones to use. It is colourful, bright, lightweight and easy to use, The company has successfully managed to include two to three concepts in the same board, which is commendable. It is not only a number board but also a new method to teach quantity association, fruit names and colour names very easily.

The only suggestion I have would be to have wooden knobs, as they are stronger. However, the product is sturdy in itself and super easy for kids to use.

I would strongly recommend this product as it serves more than one purpose. It is not only educational but also fun and can be used by kids for a long time. Children get attracted with the colours of this board and learn new concepts. This product is all-in-one, that increases the bond between parents and kids and also helps kids learn important concepts!

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