BOSEbuild lets your children build their own Bluetooth speaker

by Edwin

When it comes to high end and high quality speakers, it is rather difficult to move away from brand names such as Bose. After all, they have come up with their fair share of quality products for years, and now we have something that might just pique the interest of your little ones without compromising on quality. Enter the BOSEbuild, which is a hands-on exploration project that falls under Bose’s …

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Airvue and Groovies keep kids entertained on long road trips

by Edwin

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Are you about to bring your family for a holiday trip this summer, building and creating new memories for them to bring with them well into their adult years? A road trip should always be part of the bucket list, although it can be rather difficult or challenging if your little ones start to exhibit their curious nature. Questions are sure to come in thick and fast, with “Are we …

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Gululu put a Tamagotchi in a water bottle so kids would drink H2O

by Caitlyn

Gululu

When you were a kid, how often do you remember going up to your parents and asking for a glass of water? Most of the time we wanted some sort of flavored beverage, Kool-Aid, juice, milk, sweet tea, or on special occasions, free refill hot chocolate at restaurants. Since we’re all reaching an age where we understand the importance of consuming H2O, it makes sense that kids would be healthier …

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Lazy Licker’s Spinning Ice Cream Cone makes life a snap

by Edwin

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So, you know that you have lined up a pretty fun time for you and your family this coming summer holidays, and would like to make sure that it will be yet another memorable year for everyone. Other than the vacation spot of choice, you might want to figure out that feasting on the likes of summer delights such as ice cream is a must, so why not make the …

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Child’s Self Casting Fishing Rod makes things easy peasy

by Edwin

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You know, there are times when you will actually need to pry your young one away from the TV or computer screen simply to enjoy the great outdoors, especially when the weather is real fine and dandy. After all, staring for too long a period of time at a blank screen is definitely not recommended at all, so why not take your little one for a spot of fishing? It …

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These Kick Mat Organizers make being a parent a fraction less terrible

by Caitlyn

Kick Mats

When you get into a car, you’re oftentimes worried about having enough leg room so your knees aren’t in your chest. For kids, they have the opposite problem of having so much room that they kick around, putting their dirty little shoes on everything nearby. If you’ve got nice leather or upholstered seats, it’s not going to be a fun time cleaning mud off of either, so you can either …

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The Codeybot is a robot that makes coding fun for everyone

by Caitlyn

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Learning how to code is not for the faint of mind. It’s logic-based and just about anything can ruin your work, driving you nearly insane for putting a space or bracket in the wrong place. If you didn’t start thinking in these patterns as a kid, it’s hard to start without much prior knowledge and can seem more overwhelming than it actually is. It’s the same as learning to knit …

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The Cubetto teaches kids ages 3 and up how to code without a computer

by Caitlyn

Cubetto

If you were asked to learn how to code without any prior knowledge of the concepts, how panicked would you be? Now imagine how terrifying learning to code would be for a kid. The world is run on electronics that they seem to think is powered by magic. They only know how to navigate apps, but don’t know anything about how to create something new.

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