Easter can be a time when even the air ends up smelling of chocolate. Do you know what I mean? When you almost have a headache from breathing in the scent of the overwhelming amount of chocolate that is in the house.
STEM toys are a wonderful educational resource and something I have used a lot with my younger two children this year in particular, with so much time home schooling.
Educational games and puzzles have been an absolute lifesaver as a parent this year. I used to get so frustrated with big box games and puzzles, flapping about how much space they took up, but I’ve been so grateful I kept them all this year. In fact, I’ve added to our collection this year and they’ve been hugely beneficial.
On October 10th the new Ben 10 Movie launched on Cartoon Network. If your children haven’t seen it yet and they are fans of all things Ben 10 be sure to check it out. My children are on half term this week and we’ve also begun a two week lockdown here in Wales, so they kicked it off by watching the movie whilst checking out some of the new Ben 10 toys.
You might have seen my article recently containing a review of Botley the Coding Robot. If not you can read it here. Read on for details about how to win your very own Botley.
It was National Coding Week last week and to celebrate, we’ve partnered with Learning Resources, a brilliant company specialising in educational toys, helping children to develop a love for learning. Have you heard of them?
The Boom City Racers bring Moose Toys into the vehicle category for the first time. This kid-powered car collection is a vibrant, collectable range of race cars that tear out of firework-themed packaging with the pull of a rip cord.
So who are the EverDreamerez? Welcome to the world of dreams – welcome to the realm of EverDreamerz! Rosalee, Viona, Edwina, Clare and Starleen are five friends with big dreams.