• Brand Awareness Among Children: How Can Parents Select Educational Toys

    What more would parents ask for if their child learns and develops good skills while playing? Learning through play is one of the most effective and popular means of teaching children important life skills. Unfortunately nowadays toy stores seemed to be more focused on seeding brand awareness among children instead of providing children a chance […]

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  • Project Mc2

    Project Mc2 Doll with Experiment

    With the Project Mc2 Experiments with Dolls, you can perform an experiment at home again and again – just using household ingredients. Make your own Lava Lipgloss with McKeyla McAlister, create your own Gummies with Adrienne Attoms, make your own Light Up Earrings with Bryden Bandweth, design amazing Tie Dye with Camryn Coyle, or create Glitter […]

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  • Funfest Summit

    #Funfest16 exceeded our expectations . . .

    Yesterday was a first for Little Bean and me, we went to FunFest blogger summit at Whittlebury Hall near Northampton for the first time. I wanted to attend last year but unfortunately it coincided with a family occasion. FunFest is the only bloggers conference where you are actively encouraged to take your children with you so I […]

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  • Schleich

    Educational Play the Schleich Way

    Free Educational Play and Development Brochure Schleich have been working closely with renowned Child Psychologist Dr Amanda Gummer to create a free to download 16 page brochure designed to be a guide to the best in imaginative play and development. Children can learn so much through play and the best part is they don’t even realise […]

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  • Project MC2

    Little Bean gets her ‘Geek On’ with Project Mc2

    These days being a bit of a ‘geek’ can actually be considered to be cool, oh how times have changed! Little Bean has been getting her geek on recently with fab new doll McKeyla McAllister from the cool range of Project MC2 dolls by MGA Entertainment. The range of dolls has been created to accompany […]

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  • Math Whiz

    Give the gift of Learning with Math Whiz Maths Challenge

    I remember when I was a child one of my favourite toys was the Little Professor, a handheld game toy which asked mathematical questions and kept score. It’s tag line was “Not a calculator and much more than a toy”, it was a ‘toy’ that I played with for years and I know without doubt […]

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