Posts tagged "age: 3+"
Review: Sticky Mosaics

Review: Sticky Mosaics

Is your kid bored? Are you out of awesome craft ideas? Well, Sticky Mosaics are here to help!
DinoMixer

DinoMixer

DinoMixer is a fun game that allows kids to make their own unique dinosaurs as well as learn facts about their favorite dinos.
Montessorium's Intro to Math

Montessorium’s Intro to Math

We touched on Montessorium's beautiful iPhone and iPad apps on our podcast last week; but each of their products deserves an in-depth look. Today, we start with Montessorium's initial offering: Intro to Math.
The Field Museum, Chicago

The Field Museum, Chicago

If you live close to Chicago, or have any reason to travel there with your kids, you owe it to your family to visit the amazing Field Museum. The Field Museum is bar-none the best natural history museum I have ever seen. I’m a stickler for the “museum experience.” I look for clear delineation between...
Playmobil Advent Calendars

Playmobil Advent Calendars

It’s Advent time again, and if you’re starting late on your calendar, Playmobil has you covered. These fun, three dimensional calendars and dioramas will have your kids begging to open multiple days at a time, so playing catch-up will be fun for everyone. Playmobil is known for their acute attention to detail and these sets...
Dinosaur Train InterAction Toys

Dinosaur Train InterAction Toys

My kid is a dinosaur-aholic. Nothing is more responsible for her love of every creature from Ankylosaurs to Pterosaurs than Jim Henson’s Dinosaur Train. Unfortunately, we always seem to be early adopters when it comes to kids’ television. When Yo Gabba Gabba first entered our lives, only the super-expensive Kid Robot toys were available. Of...
My Neighbor Totoro

My Neighbor Totoro

When my daughter was an infant, one of our world-traveler friends brought home a cute little stuffed toy from Japan. Not being up on our anime or Japanese pop culture, we named him Chi-Chi Rodriguez and he became a constant companion as our girl grew into a toddler. Eventually, my wife and I traveled to...