Looking for an useful and inexpensive last-minute gift or stocking stuffer for a kid in your life? Here’s a great idea for you: Brain Quest cards.
My husband and I tend to keep things pretty simple when it comes to toys for our kids, ages 2 and 4. We prefer toys like books, Legos, and puzzles. Brain Quest cards are right down our alley.
We started using Brain Quest cards when our daughter turned two. Each card has a different question matched with fun drawings that encourage logical reasoning and interactive learning. They teach some great skills without feeling like an educational tool. Just a fun, relaxed game that we can do together; our 4-year old has even started asking the questions to our 2-year old which is so cool to watch.
I carry the cards in my purse anytime I know I will be waiting with kids. I used to dread that down time in doctor’s offices or restaurants. Now it’s no problem. My daughter still asks to do her first set on a regular basis, even though she has most of the answers memorized.
I just bought the next level of Brain Quest cards (pictured below) as a stocking stuffer for our daughter. I know it is money well spent because it will get tons of use with both of our kids for the next 3-4 years. Amazon offers both Brain Quest workbooks and cards for kids 2-12 years old, with prices starting under $10.
The reviews are great (reading these are helpful in determining which level to buy for your child), consistently giving these products 4.6-5 stars!
Amazon has dozens of different Brain Quest products for all ages in stock and ready to ship!
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