We were kindly sent the new Super Colour Deluxe Aquadoodle from Tomy, for Miss Olivia (and her Brother) to try out! We’re no strangers to an aquadoodle-one of my favourite things to take for Olivia to do on holiday, or on long car journeys, is the portable, smaller one of these-they fold away neatly and make no mess!
IMC toys very kindly sent us two Minnie Mouse toys, for Miss Olivia to play with! Being a rather big fan of Minnie Mouse and her crew, Olivia was absolutely thrilled when she opened the box to find two minnie mouse toys, and couldn’t wait to get stuck in!
We were really kindly sent some personalised books from The Magic of My Name-a treat for both children with individual stories of their names.
I’m starting to think I’m a little addicted to the Learning Resources online shop at the moment-especially for home education learning activities and products for my children. I don’t home educate-they both attend nursery and school-but I like to co-educate I suppose you’d call it, by teaching them things they learn at school at home too!
One of the subjects I haven’t done much of yet, is coding-my Son who is 8, has done a fair bit, but my daughter had zero idea of what it even was.
We were super lucky to receive Botley-a coding robot from the lovelies at Learning Resources, which has enabled me to not only teach my son further coding tricks, but has also allowed him to teach his little sister how to do it!
We were kindly sent a new toy to try out and review from IMC! Even more exciting than just receiving a toy, it was made even better by being an underwater toy!
We were lucky enough to be sent some of these awesome Playfoam Pals from Learning Resources.
After the amount of children’s television we watch, I’m surprised I haven’t actually seen these advertised-I have a four year old who pretty much wants everything she sees, but she didn’t know what they were either! Continue reading
We were very kindly sent a rather cute play set to review from My Fairy Garden.
Olivia already owns two of the My Fairy Garden sets, but they’re the ones that you can plant seeds in, and they require soil (so they’re a little on the messy side!) Continue reading