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Birdcage Press Art Ditto Game Review

You are in for a treat! Not only are we offering a giveaway but you have nine more chances to win at the sites we are teaming up with…
We are all about adding in the joy of art in our homeschool. And what a fun way to view beautiful pieces of art – holding copies of them right in your hand. Playing a game? Even better! As a parent, I am very impressed with the quality of Art Ditto by Birdcage Press. The children are very impressed with the fun factor.

For ages 4 and up (all my children enjoyed it – from age 4 up to 14):

  • Brilliantly-colored cards. Glossy and thick – will stand the test of my rough and tumble household.
  • Simple memory game with benefit of learning famous pieces of art.
  • Includes 48 tiles – so younger ones can play with just a few and older children can be challenged by using the whole set.
  • Easy enough for children to play independently.

For a more advanced way of playing – pretend your are an art collector:

  • Eight (8) art collecting cards that show details on one side and full paintings on the other.
  • Cards include names of famous artists (hooray! A supplement to our homeschool studies).
  • Find the matching tiles and collect them on the cards.
  • The cards give a visual of how different artists depict birds, boats, cats, flowers, horses and more.

Need even more of a challenge? Learn words in 4 languages.

You might be interested to know:

  • Art Ditto won the Creative Child Game of the Year Award as well as the Parents’ Choice Recommended Award.
  • Art Ditto is also available in an American Art version. (Which Rachel at at Finding Joy is reviewing)
  • You can browse all the Birdcage Press art products here.

Conclusion: Playing Art Ditto over and over makes us interested in all the other products from Bird Cage press. Click over to their site for more detail and to browse other games in the art category. We loved Art Ditto so much that we ordered Go Fish for Renaissance Artists to compliment our Tapestry of Grace studies.

Happy faces! Play memory games! Collect your favorite art! And as a homeschool parent, enjoy a high-quality, educational resource for your homeschool.

Find Art Ditto and many more wonderful educational products via the Birdcage Press website.

*Special shipping discount code on all orders: IN12 is good until 3/31/12

Please note: I received this Art Ditto game in exchange for a review. I always give my honest opinion and love to share our family’s experiences when reviewing a product.

Now for the giveaway! The giveaway will only run through Sunday, February 26th. The winner will be announced Monday, the 27th. Birdcage Press is kindly offering one (1) Art Ditto game to our readers.

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More Chances to Win! The Curriculum Choice is joining with these wonderful sites in reviewing Birdcage Press products. Be sure to visit each blog to find out about more of these great resources. Plus enter to win a different game or product at each site!

Spell Outloud — Choice of Egyptian Art Cards or Battle Cards-Military Jets

Finding Joy — Choice of Wild Cards – North American Birds or Art Ditto Game.

Jimmie’s Collage –Choice of Impressionist or Renaissance Art Game

Mama’s Learning Corner — Renaissance Art Game

Handbook of Nature Study — Wild Cards-Backyard Birds

Harmony Art Mom — Choice of Go Fish for Art or Art Close-Up Cards

Hodgepodge — Go Fish for Wildlife – Sea Creatures

The Traveling Praters — Choice of Go Fish for Van Gogh and Friends or 52 Amazing Places-National Parks
Get Along Home — Choice of Wild Cards, Backyard Birds or Renaissance Art Game

Tricia has been homeschooling for over a decade now. She faces a daily dose of chaos balancing the needs of five children from preschool to middle school (and playing educational games) at Hodgepodge.

Tricia (130 Posts)

Now in her 15th year of homeschooling, Tricia faces a daily dose of chaos with five children. She is author of art curriculum for all ages, a cookbook series and helpful homeschool habits at Hodgepodge. She and her husband, Steve, are owners of The Curriculum Choice.

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  • Jennifer S. February 23, 2012, 10:14 am

    My daughter is an art lover! This would be wonderful for her! Thanks!

  • sarah in the woods February 23, 2012, 11:57 am

    Wonderful giveaway!
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  • Sally February 23, 2012, 12:57 pm

    we haven’t used many game in our homeschool, other than a few thematic sort of games that are cooperative. I love the idea of combining art and games!!
    Sally´s last blog post ..Our Week, 13-17 February

  • Nichole February 23, 2012, 1:26 pm

    My son loves when I switch it up and use numerous methods to study and learn. This would be a great addition to our homeschool!

  • Spring Ross February 23, 2012, 2:02 pm

    I love using games as a way of getting the older children to teach the younger ones. Plus they have a lot of fun playing them.

  • crafty_cristy February 23, 2012, 2:42 pm

    I frequently use math games for incorporating math concepts into my homeschool in a fun way, and am always on the look out for other new math games. I also use the pictures from an art game called “Masterpiece” (a very old game that is currently out of print, but you can find it at yard sales and on ebay.)

    I love games, so we incorporate them wherever we can.
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  • Kristins M February 23, 2012, 4:54 pm

    Most games I use are for math. An art game would be a great addition. Thanks!

  • Alisa February 23, 2012, 5:02 pm

    We use games as a supplement and try to do a couple each week {at the very least}. I think the kids really retain information this way.
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  • Rachel February 23, 2012, 11:03 pm

    I’m always looking for more games to play for school. We mostly do math games now so this would be a wonderful change!

  • Martha February 24, 2012, 12:24 am

    We have many games for math so this would be a great addition.
    Martha´s last blog post ..Learning from Projects

  • Dawn February 24, 2012, 12:26 am

    We play games all the time they are an intergral part of our learning. Thanks for the opportunity to win these cards.

  • vicki February 24, 2012, 7:19 am

    thanks for the opportunity to win. we do art a lot here, usually daily. we love to draw and make homemade books, etc. vicki

  • Nancy @Real Food Allergy Free February 24, 2012, 8:15 am

    I would love to win this!
    Nancy @Real Food Allergy Free´s last blog post ..Amazon Deals (2/24): Annie’s GF Bunnies, Organic Popcorn, Stretch Island, Enjoy Life Choc Chips

  • Phyllis February 24, 2012, 9:33 am

    I would love to play with this set!
    Phyllis´s last blog post ..This Moment and Snapshot Summary, February 20-24. week 18

  • Jamie February 24, 2012, 9:58 am

    My kids play some educational games on the computer and ipod. We have kids who work at WAY DIFFERENT paces, so playing games together has been a challenge. Now that they are bigger, it will probably work better.

  • Vicky H. February 24, 2012, 10:21 am

    My kids would love the Hodepodge set :-)

  • shirley February 25, 2012, 11:48 am

    games are great to for review and also to introduce new concepts in a fun way.

  • Scarlett February 25, 2012, 9:49 pm

    We would love to use these beautiful cards in our homeschool.

  • Holly February 25, 2012, 10:57 pm

    I mainly use math and language games in our home school. I would love to use be able to use this in our studies!

  • Amanda February 26, 2012, 1:05 am

    We actually need to incorporate more games, but we really enjoy doing Friday night family game nights!

  • Hillary M February 26, 2012, 10:21 pm

    Honestly? Some days the games are school. Other days they occupy siblings while someone else is getting some extended one-on-one time with mama.
    Hillary M´s last blog post ..Apologia’s Who Am I? (Biblical Worldview) a TOS Crew Review

  • Sally February 27, 2012, 2:00 pm

    Thank you!!!!
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