Baby girl and I love to build things with her toys. We build towers, play with her stacking cups and even love to pile up her teddies! So when we were asked to review Geomag’s Magicubes it was an offer we couldn’t refuse. I’ve always had more of a scientific than an arty brain. In fact my whole family is inclined that way, with my sister being an engineer as well.
We love to find out how things work and this has been passed down to baby girl. I believe that they are never too young to begin STEM learning and these Magicube’s are perfect to support this.
The first set of Magicube’s we tried out were the Polar Animals set.
We have been testing out the great little Toddlebike2 for about a month now. Baby girl loves it! When the opportunity arose to try it out, it came at the perfect moment I was trawling around the internet for a little ride on toy for her. At 19 months old now, she is the perfect age to get on it and give it a go.
Baby girl is obsessed with PJ Masks, the title music has her jumping around the room! I was over the moon when we were asked to have a peek at the PJ Masks Deluxe 16 Figure Pack Playset brand new for Autumn 2017.
PJ Masks is a hit preschool series, I do have a tendency to watch it myself on occasion and find myself humming along to the theme tune. Full of action, good versus evil, music, singing and much more.
Netflix is really popular at the moment with all the family, least of all baby girl who has become attached to Luna Petunia. If you don’t know who Luna Petunia is she is a fun loving girl who enters a dreamland called Amazia through her magic toy chest to a world where adventures, learning and friendships await her. She makes the impossible possible with the help of her friends in the toy chest.
Luna Petunia is a Netflix original show created by Saban and Crique Du Soliel Jr. The master toy range has been created by Funrise who also do soft toys, collectables, playsets and role play items, and we were very lucky to be sent the Luna Petunia talking doll to review. It retails at £24.99 and currently exclusive at Smyths Stores.
I loved Lego as a kid, building houses of Lego was my thing. Baby girl is still a little too small for Lego, she’s into Duplo, but my nephew adores Lego. He has many of the different figures and gadgets that come with it nowadays. His craze at the moment is the Batman Lego! When I was small Lego was just Lego.
Anyway now you can get this fabulous Lego compatible sticky brick tape, which is great for using on shelf edges, edges of bookcases, vertical on walls, anywhere really. Then you can stick all your figures in one place. The tape is available in blue, red, grey and green in 1m length rolls.
Don’t these new MOKURU fidget toys look cool? They are the latest craze from Japan.
This handheld wooden toy was originally designed to test an individual’s balance and focus – now this simple design is testing the dexterity of fast fingered flippers everywhere.