BRIO Builder Starter Set – Review

BRIO Builder Starter Set

We are big fans of BRIO in out house and find that wooden toys really stand the test of time. BRIO are known for their wooden train sets and small world play toys, but now they have added building toys to their range with the BRIO Builder Starter Set. Kids are happiest when they are using their imaginations and the BRIO Builder Starter Set can be used to create any number of objects whether real or a made up creation.… Continue Reading “BRIO Builder Starter Set – Review”

Getting Sorted!!

If you have ever visited Warner Bros Studio Tour: The Making of Harry Potter, you will know that you can climb onboard the Hogwarts Express, push a trolley through Platform 9¾, learning how to cast spells and even fly on a Nimbus 2000 broomstick, but there is one thing missing…….. You don’t get sorted into a house! It has always been a dream to be sorted into a Hogwarts House and at BlogOn in September, I was introduced to the Harry… Continue Reading “Getting Sorted!!”

Floof – a light and fluffy mouldable material that sticks to itself, just like snow

Sensory toys are big business at the moment, with slime a firm favourite in my house, but with winter well on its way, I have been looking for something else to entertain the kids. Let me introduce you to Floof! Floof is a light and fluffy mouldable material that sticks to itself, just like snow – but without the freezing fingers, making it the perfect stocking filler for a child’s wish for snow over Christmas. Sensory Play activities are vital… Continue Reading “Floof – a light and fluffy mouldable material that sticks to itself, just like snow”

Rusty Rivets Botasaur Review

We were first introduced to Rusty Rivets back in 2017 and Sebastian still loves watching the show now. From the creators of PAW Patrol, Rusty Rivets follows Rusty, a 21st century kid hero who always saves the day by relying on his imagination and incredible resourcefulness. Rusty and his friends go on adventures to help solve problems for their friends: Ruby, a robotic tyrannosaurid named Botasaur and a group of smaller robots called The Bits and we were sent Botasaur to review. With… Continue Reading “Rusty Rivets Botasaur Review”

SmART Sketcher Projector Review

smART sketcher

Isaac, Eliza and Sebastian love to draw. In fact, they each have their own doodle pads which are filled with their sketches. Isaac loves to draw cartoon style characters, whereas Eliza tries her best to portray real life. Sebby on the other hand, is still at the stick people stage and we have to make our best guesses at what he has drawn. We were sent the SmART sketcher Projector to review and the kids couldn’t wait to try it.… Continue Reading “SmART Sketcher Projector Review”