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Amazing press and parent and blogger reviews for our creative colouring toy...

Zena's Suitcase

March 2019

As Zena says, her blog is "one of the best travel blogs brimming with ideas to get you out and about with and without the kids"

Zena and family LOVE Carddies, and here is why: Here’s Why We Love Carddies Colouring Box Sets + Giveaway  

Zena's travel blog has mentioned Carddies several times before, for example in 40+ Essential Tips For Travelling With 2 Kids (or More)

Mummy and Me

Autumn 2018

Carddies in Mummy and Me Magazine Christmas Gift Guide: in their for Top Five Tips and Products for Christmas Preparations (Carddies Nativity featured as a perfect Christmas Crafts activity).

Families SE

Nov Dec 2018

Carddies listed in Christmas Gift Guide for 2018...Editor's picks for stocking fillers under £20.

Daily Mail

October 2018

Femail Magazine, Daily Mail, love the Carddies Wedding set, and think they are the perfect way to celebrate a Royal Wedding!

Benefits of In-Store Play

July/August 2018

Carddies were described as "very popular hands-on attraction" in this piece in Progressive Preschool Magazine by Fundamentally Children.

Top Ten for School

22 July 2018

Special Educational Needs (SEN) Resources Blog, which reviews & recommends activities and toys for all children, inlcuded Carddies School in its Top Ten products for preparing to start primary school. This is their full Review of the Carddies School set from June 2018.

Progressive Preschool

November/December 2017

Carddies featured in Progressive Preschool Magazine's Nov/Dec issue (p93 and 95) on educational toys and Making Learning Fun! Please see the comments by Raquel, co-creator of Carddies, as to what makes them special (see also her description of our new Carddies My Family colouring in and play set).

SEN Resources Blog

October 2017

 This reviewer thought “The Carddies Packs are fabulous for promoting imaginative play– which is important for helping children make sense of our world...Colouring the characters and back-drop as well as moving the people around all involves the development of fine motor skills which are imperative skills for learning to write, do up buttons, use a knife and fork etc. “

Special Educational Needs Resources Blog for full review)