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StudyPod Book Holder {Review}

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There are times during our school day when our kids need to share a book and it becomes difficult for them to see what we are studying. I’ve tried to find ways to prop and hold the book up for them, but it’s always been unsuccessful. When I received the StudyPod book holder in the mail to review for the Homeschool Crew, I was ready to use it immediately!

The StudyPod book holder was developed to help students improve their study skills by organizing their study space and keep their hands free to use the computer or take notes. It holds both small and large textbooks and notes and it also has a space inside to store study tools.

Only a few quick steps are necessary to open and begin using the StudyPod since it folds up and stores as the size of a small book {closed it measures 6.75″ x 9″ x 1.33″}. We’re able to store it easily on our shelves along with our books and school materials.

While I can try to explain it, this one minute video clip sums it up so much better than I can:

The StudyPod {$19.95} is available in black, pink and blue and is also sold as the BookPod {for those who aren’t in school} is available in black, grey, and beige. You can purchase one for $19.95 or two for $16.95 each through the StudyPod Bookholder site. And as a bonus for all of you, there is a $5 off coupon code for orders from the website. Just enter the code TOSBLOG5 when you place your order and the $5 will be taken off your total.

I am going to love using this during our school time!

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As a member of the Homeschool Crew, I was given this product to review,
and I do not have to return the product to the vendor. I was not paid for this post.
All opinions expressed in this post are mine.

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