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Wee Believers Toys & Gifts Review

Wee Believers Toys & Gifts Review

Wee Believers, a family owned Catholic company, believes that Faith can be fun!  And they’ve created a line of toys and gifts to prove it.  Several of their faith-based products have won awards recently, including Creative Child and Mom’s Choice Awards.  They have a boatload of new games, gifts, and toys designed for those looking for high-quality, inspiring choices.  This line includes, Boo+Boo Blessings Adhesive Bandages, Noah’s Ark Matching Game, and Noah’s Ark Sticker Set.

Wee Believers Toys & Gifts Review

We received the Wee Believers Noah’s Ark Matching Game + Kaleidoscope, the Noah’s Ark Sticker Set, and the Noah’s Ark Foam Tub Toys.  We set out to have a fun little Noah’s Ark themed lesson, and it was a hit!  I started out by telling my son the story of Noah while he placed the adorable stickers on the fold out scene.  This, of course, helps to keep a toddler’s attention!  🙂  Then we played with the Matching Game.  He’s a little young to understand the concept of this, but we just flipped over the tiles and looked at the animals and talked some more about Noah.  Then, we concluded the lesson with bath time – we colored the bath water blue and handed over the Foam Tub Toys.  My son loved it!  This cute line of toys is perfect for promoting play and teaching lessons and classic Bible stories.  And they are so high-quality and durable!  We loved our Noah-themed lesson, with fun activities included!

You can buy Wee Believers toys and gifts from their site.  The Matching Game retails for $17.99, the Sticker Set for $4.99, and the Foam Tub Toys for $14.99.

Disclosure: I received a Wee Believers Noah’s Ark Matching Game, Sticker Set, & Tub Toys in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.

Laura Grace Andry

Monday 12th of November 2012

I love bible themed gifts. They are a great way to bring God BACK into the holidays and to teach children about Jesus.

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