Showing posts with label toys. Show all posts
Showing posts with label toys. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Meet The Moodsters!

Meet The Moodsters, a new line of toys and books designed to teach young children the fundamentals of feelings. The Moodsters, five lovable little detectives (Coz, Lolly, Snorf, Razzy and Quigly), come to the rescue whenever their friends, Zach and Zoey, have a feelings emergency. The stories and toys teach simple strategies to build social and emotional intelligence skills in young children. Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is defined as the ability to identify and manage one's own emotions as well as the emotions of others. Decades of scientific research has shown that children with EQ skills are better able to manage their thoughts, feelings and behavior. {Product provided for review/feature consideration}

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

The Only Way My Girls Will Go Near A Bug! (Prince Lionheart's wheelyBUGS Ride On Toys)

My Kenziekins having a blast on her Lady Bug wheelyBUG
Prince Lionheart's super popular wheelyBUGS (sent for review; $75 for small, $85 for large)  ride on toys are perfect for little legs desiring to explore the world around them. wheelyBUGS ride on toys encourage development of gross motor skills while having fun. They are entirely non toxic and contain no PVC.  Little booties will love the 1" layer of soft sponge while parents will appreciate the tough PU covering so little accidents are easy to clean. The bold, colorful wheelies come in a variety of designs including bumble bee, ladybug, pig, tiger, cow and mouse.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Loved By Kids of All Ages! (Well, At Least 3 Ages)-A Cut The Rope Toy Review

Cut the Rope is an uber popular mobile game app that apparently I was just not cool enough to be aware of . I say this because I was going to pass up on the opportunity to review the new line of toys based on the game, when Peyton saw the email over my shoulder {nosy girl!} and said something to the effect of "OMG! Om Nom! I LOVE him!!!!" So I agreed to review a few things... you know...for the girls...

Om Nom's Playground- Quick Set (Windmill): All 3 of the girls loved playing with this-we had peace and quiet for a good 30 minutes while they all played with it. Unfortunately, they scattered all the pieces around the house shortly after that, so this is the only picture I was able to get :(

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