eeboo games for my toddler on amazon and stumbled across this patchwork design tiles game. well, it's more like a creativity activity than a game because you just design with it rather than compete to complete anything. i ordered it and have to say i think this is the coolest game for any quilter's child, or quilter of any age, for that matter.
ever since it came out of the shipping package, my littlest girls have been dying to get their hands on it, but i told them mom needed to photograph it first. oh, the agony of suspense! (yes, i did enjoy that a little bit. there is way too much instant gratification in the world today.)
with 64 tiles, each doublesided, that means there are quite a lot, almost endless, possiblities for design here. it's rather dizzying to consider.
to keep it interesting, i'm only letting them use these tiles when i'm actually quilting. that should help the value of the game stay high and give me some uninterrupted time to quilt as well. win-win!
and then it'll be my turn to play.
for the record, we own several eeboo games and highly recommend them all.
i never forget a face," an international memory game, the good manners flashcards, and united states bingo. but then again, they're all good!
matching games, both regular and toddle-sized. all products are high quality, very durable, and beautifully illustrated, often by well-known children's illustrators such as melissa sweet and dan yaccarino. they are wonderful for encouraging critical thinking and/or creativity.
and for the further record, this is not a sponsored post or affiliate link. although it probably should be because i'm pretty sure every quilter i know is going to want those patchwork design tiles!