Project Play Smart – Snap Circuit Jr. Review – $25 Giveaway – CLOSED

I was introduced a month or so ago to Project Play Smart.  Project Play Smart is a FREE members-only website featuring weekly sales of high quality educational toys and parenting tools.

It is a very simple process to sign up and once you are a member, you will find several pages of products for ages birth to 12 years old.   Project Play Smart puts these toys to the test so we don’t have to.  I have bought my share of toys that fall to the bottom of the toy box within a few short weeks.

We were able to review the order process and a product from Project Play Smart.  I looked over each product and found one I knew Brad would like.  I ordered the Snap Circuit Jr., a set I had ever seen before.  After talking to some friends about his love for the set, they said their kids spent hours creating circuit after circuit.

Brad received his set along with an instruction book on how to make over 100 circuit creations.  The first night he played with it for 3 hours!  He woke up the next day and worked on it some more.  He loves creating sounds or watching the fan go around.  These pieces all snap together and are labeled extremely well.  It even comes with a template for putting everything back.

I would highly recommend this set.  Brad is 9 years old and can read the directions clearly and works independently.  Definitely a great tool for following directions.

How would you like to try out Project Play Smart?  I have a $25 Gift Certificate to give away to someone.  Most of the products I found were on sale…in fact, the Snap Circuit Jr. set was $40 and I received it for $20.

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Disclosure: I was sent the Snap Circuit Jr.  for review purposes. I was not compensated or paid to write a favorable review. This is my personal opinion of the product I received.

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Comments

  1. says

    Sammy has been using that same snap circuit kit borrowed from Orla recently! LOVE it! He is also using another kit called Wind Powered Machines… excellent educational toy/building kit… only if we could have a really windy day w/out rain… that would be fantastic!! =) I hope we win ~ Sammy would love to have a Snap Circuit kit of his own! =)

  2. Char W says

    Favorite educational toy for oldest child = Cars “laptop” that does learning activities
    Favorite educational toy for youngest child = Flashcards (we play games with them)

  3. Candice Hull says

    My oldest (4) son loves his little “laptop” that plays educational games. My youngest (19months) son loves some of the games I made for his busy box like shape boxes and threading big beads.
    Thank you for the chance to win!

  4. Anna says

    I hope lego counts as an educational toy – my son loves it and build all different things. We do alot of counting iwth the lego and also trying to read a map and build after it.