Congrats Winner Cynthia V.!!!! Loopeez Review & Giveaway!

Have you heard of Loopeez? Loopeez are “shoe tying aids” that help to teach Kids how to tie their shoes by accelerating the learning process and eliminating frustration. Loopeez easy grip is great for little fingers and the sleek design holds shoelaces in place making learning to tie shoes a breeze. With Loopeez shoe tying aids, shoes stay tied longer and shoelaces stay off the ground. It’s a cool way for kids to tie their shoelaces. Loopeez comes in a large variety of designs making learning how to tie shoes fun!

 

 

We have begun teaching our little guy Luke, who is 4, to tie his shoes without much interest from him. I believe he is used to most of his shoes having velcro and being able to get his shoes on easily by himself. He will attempt to tie his shoes with shoelaces but becomes frustrated quickly and gives up! The hardest part of tying for him is making and holding the loops. That was until we were able to test out Loopeez.

After we placed the Loopeez on Luke’s shoes and made the loops, it was possible for him to practice tying the “bunny ears” in a knot! He has not perfected the process yet but Loopeez has given him the interest in learning. He told us that they look cool too! Loopeez come in several colors for boys and girls!

Loopeez and not just for kids! They are also an ideal educational and therapeutic shoe tying aid. Their easy to use design is perfect for children and adults with autism, Stroke victims and for anyone in any type Therapy & Rehabilitation.

If you are interested in purchasing Loopeez, just head on over to their website where you can purchase them for $7.95 (2 sold in each package)! Also be sure to follow Loopeez on Facebook and Twitter.

Loopeez has also been kind enough to offer 1 lucky Frugal 4 Four reader the chance to win Loopeez for themselves! Choice of boys or girls camouflage! Just enter below! Good Luck! 🙂

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Disclosure: I was provided with the above mentioned products, at no cost to myself, in order to facilitate a review. The opinions expressed are entirely my own and always in the best interest of my readers.

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  1. Katie Knapp says:

    I would choose boy camo 🙂

  2. I would choose girl camo!

  3. I would love to try these because my 5 year old is learning how to tie her shoes 🙂

  4. Great product idea!! this is one of those that I wish I’d had many years ago. That was a hard task to teach!

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