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Mother Goose Time Preschool {What’s In The Box? Review}

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Today, I wanted to give you a closer look at “What’s in the Box?” for Mother Goose Time Preschool. This is a program we have been using for years, and are just madly in love with. It’s easy to teach, it’s fun, and it makes me feel like the world’s coolest mom. How many homeschool curriculum do you use that can do THAT? Watch the video, and check out our Mother Goose Time archives to see more of how this program works!

We receive this program free in exchange for blogging about our experience.

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    • It is pricey, yes. For me, I find it worth it because it does come with manipulatives, and a book, and- most importantly, all the little crafty things I need to make it happen. When it’s up to me to get supplies, I have to buy a whole pack of (google eyes, pipe cleaners, paper plates… what have you) and that adds up SO fast. This keeps me out of the craft isle. We get a new book and some things to play with. And, it has thoughtful lessons, music… everything. When I look at it that way, it’s totally worth it.

      That being said- I do get it for free because I blog about it, and if it was my family’s budget, I would still purchase it, but I would need to order every other month, and spread it out over a longer period of time (which is totally do-able). That’s how I would need to do it to work it into the budget. And…. still avoid the craft aisle.

      I hope that helps!