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.
Got lots of kids art, photos or posters sitting around the home? This oversized Gallery Wall Clip by Land of Nod will help!
I didn’t grow up with Mister Rogers, but his advice rings true even as a grown-up. Better late than never.
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!
“Here’s your crayon-helmet and your crayon-rollers-skates”, now go draw. What a fun project by Mathery Studio!
Only a concept at this point but seriously brilliant: Påhoj is a bike seat and stroller in one.
Today I brought home some Chatty Socks, socks with faces. Haven’t seen my kids this excited in a long time. (I think they’re pretty cool too!)
This customizable monster shirt by Creatures & Features put a smile on my face. What a great gift for little ones.
While his wife was out shopping, YouTube prankster Roman Atwood filled the entire bottom floor of their house with plastic balls. I love this.
Now you can draw with emojis. My daughter’s head will explode when I show her this later tonight.