But wait, we know what you’re thinking.
To answer these questions, here are FEW WORDS FROM parents who already experienced Easy Busy Boards. Find out more in their busy board reviews:
My son has been playing with the board for over a year now, and every time he would come up with something new and cool. It’s genius! The spring door stopper is our favorite!
– Alona – mom of David
We love our busy board, it keeps my son exploring and experimenting, develops his fine motor skills, and has endless possible ways of play. Moreover, it is safe and I am impressed with the quality and the choice of objects on the board.
– Anastacia – mom of Matt
Easy Busy Board was a birthday present. It was fantastic! The makers definitely are parents themselves. They do know what toddlers like. The birthday boy was swept away, just as were the other guests.
– Anna – aunt of Orest
Unlike with toys, kids never get bored with the real stuff on Easy Busy Board. It is a Montessori-aligned developmental toy, which also looks good! Finally, toys that cater to adults’ tastes.
– Gladys – mom of Kage & Early Years Teacher
The busy board is the best toy. It’s all fun in one place, no need to clean up the mess. And it has no age limit! I mean – it grows with kids and their imagination.
– Ann – mom of Zac
It’s the first thing everyone notices when they visit us. It’s handmade and full of positive energy, which is really different from plastic toys.
– Marie – mom of Marta
As a Kindergarten teacher, I can highly recommend the busy boards! These are an awesome tool to help promote young children’s fine motor, hand/eye coordination, and simple problem-solving skills while having lots of fun! It also allows children to experience sensory play as they manipulate different textures and listen to the different noises the objects make.
– Shelley – Early Years Teacher & mom of Liliana
Being a mum and an early years teacher I saw the huge benefits of using a busy board at home. So much learning all conveniently put on one board. I could really see these working for one-to-one support in schools as well. They are so child friendly and promote hand-eye coordination, problem-solving, and imaginative play greatly.
– Alice – Early Years Teacher & mom of Slava
You can find a lot of apps for boys and girls in the App Store. Lots of good and not so good ones. But do you really want to grow a screen-addicted child? Me not. That’s why I decided to buy a busy board for my 18 months girl. And you know what? She loves it!
– Gleb – dad of Tilda