My 5 year old daughter is definitely girly, she loves dressing up, jewellery and all things pink, so when we were sent the Interplay Craft Box – Mermaid Charm Jewellery Kit (RRP £9.99)* to review I knew instantly that it would capture her imagination.
This week it has been British Science Week and the Netflix show Project Mc2 was an official sponsor of the event. The Project Mc2 show helps inspire older children – particularly girls – to take an interest in S.T.E.A.M subjects – Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics.
Earlier this year I featured the Project Mc2 range of dolls, but Project MC2 have also launched some new products including the Crayon Makeup Science kit, A.D.I.S.N Journal Secret Agent Notebook set, and the Ultimate Spy Bag, all of which are available from all leading toy retailers priced at £24.99.
If you are a parent you probably know too well the battles that can ensue at mealtimes as you try to get your little darlings to eat something other than their favourite foods, and if you are anything like me you’ve probably tried all the tricks – hiding vegetables in sauces, convincing them that that their favourite cartoon character loves broccoli – to no avail!
Luckily Gotrovo have developed a lovely dinner set that is both functional and fun, doubling up as a game that helps make mealtimes interesting and rewarding.
Project Mc2 is a Netflix Original series following six smart and sassy teenage girls who are on a secret mission to defeat bad guys using science and technology, and to accompany the series you can now get Project Mc2 Dolls.
Project Mc2 Dolls aim to encourage girls to have an interest in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (S.T.E.A.M), and each doll has their own experiments which explore the different subjects.
L.O.L Surprise! Dolls are colourful babies with attitude and they’ve just landed here in the UK!
It can be hard work entertaining children when the weather is awful and with the February Half Term rapidly approaching you may be wondering how to keep your little darlings happy and preserve the peace between siblings.
We like to have a lot of games handy for when the weather isn’t playing ball, especially as we spend a lot of weekends and holidays travelling around the UK in our motorhome, and these two games I’m featuring today from University Games have proved to be huge hits with our 5 year old.
Late last year I featured Gel-A-Peel, a great range of craft kits that enable children to design their own accessories using air-drying silicon gel.
Gel-A-Peel sticks to a range of surfaces, including fabric and card, making it fantastic for a variety of home crafting, from decorating t-shirts and bags, to designing your very own phonecase. You can really channel your inner fashion designer and stand out from the crowd.
I am super excited today to finally be able to share with you the brand new Num Noms Series 3 and Light Series 1, which fans of these cute, Kawaii inspired squishy collectables have been eagerly awaiting.
Series 3 introduces a whole host of brand new Num Noms characters including Marshmallows, Donuts, Candy, Fruits and Veggies, as well as new sets. In typical Num Nom fashion they are super cute and lots of fun!
It wouldn’t be Christmas Day without the traditional stocking opening first thing in the morning, and shopping for stocking fillers is one of my favourite tasks in the run up to Christmas.
If you’re stumped for ideas of what to get your little ones and are searching for a little inspiration look no further than my guide to stocking stuffer must-haves for kids!