Shopping for a birthday this month? Check out these fun finds…
Have you heard about Tiggly Shapes? Little kids love to play with iPads, but finding interactive games that teach at the same time they entertain is always a challenge, especially if you’re looking for a physical element that allows them to look up from their digital realms. This fun game is just the ticket: it lets kids play with shapes that they hold in their hands that combine with an iPad app where they learn and explore new concepts. Portable, this would be the perfect toy/game for long car rides and other travel.
Lottie Robot Girl with Busy Lizzie Robot Accessories – I love that the Lottie dolls are modeled on what an average little girl looks like! Robot Girl Lottie introduces robots in a fun and engaging way to a younger age-group. If you are considering purchasing Lottie Robot Girl, you should consider adding on the Busy Lizzie robot, this is the accessory playset that goes with Lottie Robot.
Robot Turtles – Are your children interested in coding…or more importantly, are you interested in your children learning coding? If the answer is yes, then you need to have a look at Robot Turtles, a new game that is available for pre-ordering now. Robot Turtles is a board game for kids inspired by the Logo programming language. It provides crucial brain development and computer programming skills to children as young as 4 years old in the context of family fun. Players dictate the movements of their Robot Turtle tokens on a game board by playing Code Cards: Forward, Left and Right. When a player’s Robot Turtle reaches a jewel they win! If they make a mistake, they can use a Bug Card to undo a move.
Goose Grease started by painting custom families and wooden dolls for children, when a couple of brides requested custom doll portraits for their wedding cakes. Now you can purchase through their Etsy Shop a set of six dolls in a family – mother, father, and four children – and you can, or your child can custom paint them.
Do you have a Rainbow Loom in your home yet? If not…you may want to get one. This simple craft kit has been a huge hit, with the only complaints coming from parents being keep them organized and get ready to be the owner of lots of new bracelets…it could be worse, right? But just in cas you think Rainbow Loom might be just for girls…check out this Ninja charm and other cool patterns that you can make.
Did you play with paper dolls when you were growing up? Now, thanks to modern technology your little one can have a personalized paper doll with all the trimmings! Have a look at SandyFordDesign on Etsy.