I am not convinced
this LEGO Lunch box is all that practical but it sure would make a my little boy’s head explode!
Want to see your kids giggle their heads off? Download
Face Swap Live and swap your face with your kid. I haven’t laughed this much in a while.
Totally want to make some of these
giant paper snow flakes with my kids this weekend!
I am a grown woman and I want a pair of
Iceland Baggy Leggins in my size.
Boo Who and Happy Halloween everyone! May your candy collecting be successful!
The makers of the wonderful
lost my name books are at it again: The Incredible Intergalactic Journey Home. My kids will eat this up!
With Halloween just around the corner, this
Guide to Candy Trading made me laugh out loud.
Tinybop just launched The Everything Machine. It reminds me a bit of IFTTT but for your iPhone or iPad. By using a visual programming language The Everything Machine lets you connect the camera, microphone, speakers, light, gyro- scope, and display on your devices.
I don’t think I have been this excited over an iOS app since
Monument Valley. Tinybop really experimented with this one. I love experiments.
Slinky Machine just made my kids heads explode. FUN!
Got lots of kids art, photos or posters sitting around the home? This oversized
Gallery Wall Clip by Land of Nod will help!
cloud nightlight is all kinds of adorable.
I was just browsing the
NEW section on the MoMA Store site and noticed this colored pencil set by Caran D’Ache. These are the coloring pencils I grew up with. Who knew they are MoMA Store worthy! Made me smile!
I didn’t grow up with Mister Rogers, but
his advice rings true even as a grown-up. Better late than never.
Slow-motion footage of “exploding plants” compiled by the Smithsonian Channel. Mind blown!
(via Laughing Squid)
Grant Thompson shares a tutorial on how to make completely edible gummy LEGO bricks and figures using a mixture of corn syrup, Jello, and gelatin.
How incredibly cool is this oversized, glow-in-the-dark
moon wall sticker?
Synchrony made me look. It is a music therapy platform that helps parents and children with autism develop intimacy and promote understanding with each other through improvised music play.
I want to touch it.
Simple Machines is the latest app by Brooklyn based Tinybop. The app allows you to explore the playful side of physics. Just like all their earlier apps, Simple Machines is *beautifully* illustrated and thoughtfully executed. Team Tinybop continues to create apps that I *want* my kids to play with; Educational, fun, and well-designed. Two swissmiss thumbs up!
How can you not fall in love with this
“Here’s your crayon-helmet and your crayon-rollers-skates”, now go draw. What a fun project by
A spider’s heART is a kid’s artbook for adults. And vice versa.
I have been anticipating the
Tinybop’s Robot Factory release for months! The day is finally here! Build a robot and then see them walk, or not, depending on how your construction skills hold up. So much fun! Who doesn’t love to build robots? Exactly.
Only a concept at this point but seriously brilliant:
Påhoj is a bike seat and stroller in one.
I totally want this
Spaceship Canopy in my new office. So much fun!