Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Noah's Ark from One2Believe: A TOS Homeschool Crew Review

I was introduced to One2Believe in the fall of last year, when I reviewed their Tales of Glory nativity set.

We were given a second opportunity to see this Tales of Glory line from One2Believe when we received the Noah's Ark ($29.99) set. This set is just as adorable as the nativity set, and my children oooo'd and ahhhhh'd over it as we unwrapped the box!

The set comes with an ark (top, bottom, ramp), Noah, and several pairs of cute animals:

The ark is the storage container for the animals.

This play set, like the others, is recommended for children at least 3 years old, as there are several small parts, and, according to the description on the One2Believe web site, the parts are made from PVC, which may be dangerous to chewers, mouthers, people who need a lot of oral motor sensory input. Please do your research and make your own decision in this regard. (A google search yields quite a bit of information about PVC in toys.)

Children with autism tend to like to line things up, and mine is no exception. I frequently see the animals lined up to climb onto the ark, or lined up around it in a decorative fashion. :)

Kids love these--you can't go wrong with 'em. They're tough and sturdy, they don't shatter when they're dropped or thrown. They'd be great for a Sunday School class or to have at grandma and grandpa's house, too, or to have around when little cousins come to play.

Other crew reviews are available here.

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