My kids look at this simple
tree swing and see happiness.
The Creature Garden App by Tinybop is delightful. It lets you create incredible, fantastical creatures with 100s of different hooves and horns, wings and beaks, paws and claws, and more. So much fun!
Toio, Sony’s new toy for kids is designed to inspire a future generation of robotics engineers.
pushable unicycle made me giggle!
13) Learn to overcome the uncomfortable feeling of striking up a conversation with those around you! Try not to use your phone as a means of avoiding others.
Love #13 in Cameron Moll’s
phone contract for his teenage sons. Grown ups should have to sign something similar.
Watermelon trick made me laugh!
Solar Do-Nothing Machine by Charles and Ray Eames is one of the first devices to convert solar energy to electricity.
15,524 dominoes fall for 5mins. Impressive.
My life is complete, I have found device that enables me to have
Confetti High Fives.
The fine folks over at Tinybop have been busy and launched a new app, called
Mammals. The app comes with a free handbook to play and learn with your kids. It entails interactivity tips, fun facts and questions you can ask the kids.
The idea of a
LEGO Tape gets my two thumbs up!
Next time someone wants to label you with something you’re not, just tell them you’re
Fuzzy Yellow. This made me and my kids laugh.
Balloon light made me look.
page from a 1969 children’s book on “how our government helps us”. Sigh.
Need to draw a circle but you don’t have a compass?
This video will help!
DIY Geoboard project looks like so much fun. Definitely something I’d love to try with my kids.
This made me cry-laugh just now.
My ten year old would approve of
How fun is this
globe bean bag for a kids room? They also have bean bags in the shope of ice cream, pianos, whales, busses… Check them all out here.
My daughter has recently discovered the joy of cooking. So I am going to gift her the
cook for yourself course by JAM for Christmas. JAM offers a variety of online courses for kids. So great!
Fascinating video explaining
why all world maps are wrong.
Zuni Fellehner and Kirsten Fabinski are the creators of
Kritzelbuch, German for Scribble Book. 80 lined pages to create designs in. I would love to have this during phone meetings as I am a notorious scribbler. You can buy the book (I unfortunately couldn’t find it on their website, it might be so new it’s not up yet.) here.