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Smart Snacks Trail Mix & Match Review and Giveaway

This giveaway is over. The winner is Sherri B. Congrats!

prod7317_thThe Smart Snacks Trail Mix & Match is another great toy in our house.  It is for ages 2-6 and works on skills such as tactile exploration and discrimination, matching, patterning, and their fine motor skills.  There is just so many ways to play with this!  I love that everything (when they are done) ends up back in the bag (I love self containing toys.  We tend to not lose the piece then).  Since this packs into itself, it actually makes a great car toy too!  Will likes to take the food and pretend to eat it (though we have had to remind him it’s pretend a few times).  Madison takes it and makes different patterns on the laces.  We can also practice her counting too.  Since there are two laces, they can each have their own and work on their own, and there is less fighting.  This is a 25 piece set that includes 4 pretzels, 4 raisins, 4 peanuts, 4 crackers, 4 chocolate chips and 5 candies with numbers 1-5 printed on 1 side, and 2 laces.  All of this can be cleaned with a damp cloth.  Since there are no batteries involved, it really makes your kids use their imagination.  I can’t tell you how many games we’ve made up with this.

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This contest is for US and Canada residents and will end at June 7th at noon CST! Good Luck!!!

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244 thoughts on “Smart Snacks Trail Mix & Match Review and Giveaway”

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  2. The Smart Splash Memory Match Clams looks like a really cute game. We would have fun playing that. Thank you!

  3. ~Michelle @ Women Wh

    Neat toys! I love the Stack & Count Layer Cake. PERFECT!! –Michelle, blogattoday [-at|) gmaildotcom

  4. I was just talking about these.
    Smart Snacks® Counting Cookies™ Replacement Cookies.
    We Have the counting cookies and my son loves them, but he has managed to lose 3 of the cookies. Thanks, now I know how to order them.

  5. Finally I’ve bookmarked this to ask.com, blinklist.com, twitter (aftercancer), facebook, myspace, mixx.com, reddit.com, propeller.com, multiply.com, spurl.com, digg.com, delicious.com, yahoo bookmarks and furl.com. The Smart Snack Animal Crack ups looks like fun!

  6. I know my daughter would love the Smart Snacks Sorting Shapes Cupcakes, she loves anything to do with cupcakes! Thanks!

  7. I like the Smart Snacks® Sorting Shapes Cupcakes™! These are great! Educational and fun!

    sherri419 at gmail dot com

  8. Love the Magnetic Apple Fractions. Wow, they almost look real. This would make learning fractions so much easier for kids to visualize.

  9. Is it bad that all of the Smart Snack sets made me kinda hungry? haha I really like the Smart Snacks Piece-A-Pizza Fractions. Fractions can be very difficult and frustrating to learn, this will definitely make it more fun!

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