This fun kit from Ridleys is £10 and comes with two bubble wands, one to make gigantic bubbles and the other to make a flurry of smaller bubbles to add to the entertainment. Just dip one of your two bubble wands in the tray full of the included bubble fluid, drip off the excess and simply wave the wands for some bubble magic! Bring delight to outdoor play – with practice, how big will your bubbles go?
I love smaller outlets online, who sell gifts that can be personalised. One of the places I have discovered recently is BookBlock and their range of personalised puzzles.
As a parent it can be hard sometimes to find the balance between allowing your children to try a range of things and spending money on things they don’t stick at. Of course we all want them to try new things, and trying things is how they come to find hobbies that they really enjoy and want to stick at. However, there is equally nothing more frustrating than buying some expensive kit that never sees the light of day. Hands up if you’ve been there!
One of the children has always liked the idea of counting steps and when I first got my smartwatch used to ask to wear it all of the time. During the Easter holidays we have been trying out the new Xplora XGO2 Android smartwatch for kids is now available in the UK.
Throughout 2020 and into 2021 we’ve seen a greater focus on hygiene than ever before, children have been encouraged in school, at home and when they are out, to regularly wash their hands and also hand sanitise. Now there is slime that can help!
We have teamed up with the wonderful Luna & Cash to offer one lucky Mummy Fever reader the chance to win this stunning Ocamora Red 9 Piece Rainbow Arch Stacker.
As a parent I love toys that are built to last. I love opening a toy for my children and feeling that it will stand the test of time and some enthusiastic play. TONKA toys absolutely meet this criteria.
I love wooden toys. My dad used to call wooden toys ‘proper toys’. I never really understood that until I became a parent myself.