The Take Your Pix® photo album is not only a wonderful toy for any child, but is also a great tool for parents, teachers, and therapists. This album can be used so many ways. Children will have fun looking at the pictures while developing speech and language skills, object recognition, eye-hand coordination, and fine motor skills. The album's smart design has sturdy pages that give developing children the independence they love as well as opportunities to develop motor skills. The pictures stay protected from harm, and can be interchanged as language skills progress. The Take Your Pix® photo album is a great product!
Amy Collins, MOT, OTR
I own a day care and recently ordered the Take Your Pix® albums. We love the albums! I filled with photos shortly after receiving the books and the kids enjoyed it all day. My sister who also runs a day care stopped by my house that afternoon, so I gave her the yellow album. She was so excited, as she is in the process of improving her program to accommodate pre-schoolers and finds the album to be a perfect teaching tool. I am most surprised by the durability of the books as a whole and the easy use for toddlers! AWESOME PRODUCT!
We received the photo album yesterday. And I love it!! It will be perfect for our trip across country. My little girl needs to start getting familiar with the family. We are currently in Alaska and will be heading back home to the east coast. All she really knows is us, so this is fabulous!! Thank you for creating such a great product.
Take Your Pix® board book albums are a perfect solution for putting photos or other visual symbols into young hands. The albums are strong and durable with easy to turn pages which make them perfect for children who are less than gentle with books. I can think of many ways to use these board book albums. Photos of the child’s experiences make them wonderful conversation starters. Fill them with pictures of food and they become traveling choice boards. Pictures of where we are going or what we are going to do turns them into schedule books. It is easy for adults to change the pictures in the pages, but the design makes it more difficult for children to do that. That helps to solve a problem encountered when trying to use more flimsy, less ‘child-proof’ varieties.