Who Did It? #BoardGameClub (sent for review)

Who Did It?

We’ve been having fun with a new game recently, and as my son loves anything that relates to bodily functions (he’s a boy what can I say!) it’d been a big hit.  We were sent Who Did It? by Asmodee UK as part of the Blogger Board Game Club and… Continue reading »

Dinosaur – A Photicular Book (review and giveaway)

Dinosaur - A Photicular Book

My son may be turning nine in December, but he’s still as interested in dinosaurs as he ever has been.  He is a walking encyclopedia of dino facts, so when I saw Dinosaur – A Photicular Book recently I knew he’d love the its unique appeal. Published through Workman Publishing last… Continue reading »

Power Tracks from John Adams – review and giveaway (sent for review)

Power Tracks from John Adams

I’m very keen on STEM toys, especially as my son isn’t so keen on the reading and writing side of school life.  Anything that helps with his education in a fun way is a big bonus as far as I’m concerned.  Power Tracks from John Adams fits the bill perfectly and… Continue reading »

Eye Spy – book review and giveaway

Eye Spy

I do love to introduce my son to books that are a little bit different.  Eye Spy by Guillaume Duprat is just one of those books.  Published through What On Earth? books earlier this month, Eye Spy introduces children to the world through the eyes of different animals and it’s… Continue reading »

Kane Bale Trailer Play Set (sent for review)

Kane Bale Trailer Play Set

My son has quite a collection of tractors now as you’ll be well aware.  As much as he loves them, it’s always nice to surprise him with a handy accessory.  We were recently sent the Kane Bale Trailer Play Set from Britains Farm Toys to test out and it was very… Continue reading »

Having fun with RoboMaker from Clementoni #ClementoniSTEM (sentforreview)

Having fun with RoboMaker from Clementoni

I’m always keen to introduce my son to toys that help with his education at the same time as providing lots of entertainment.  We’ve been having fun with RoboMaker from Clementoni recently, which is perfect for bringing science to life.  This set is aimed at children aged ten years and over,… Continue reading »