Dantoy baking set review

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) This past Christmas we replaced Erin’s plastic toy kitchen with a lovely wooden one from IKEA and it has been the most played with toy since then. Additional accessories really help the longevity of a toy like this and I knew she would love the Dantoy baking set.* This set comes with 12 fantastic pieces including a bowl, whisk, rolling pin and various cookie cutters. The colours of the pieces are quite subdued compared with some other children’s toys but that’s not something either me or Erin mind.

Geomag Confetti Review

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) Most of us are stuck in the middle of teaching our kids ourselves at home and it can be hard work. Although the set school work is very important, there are also other ways to help your children learn at home. Erin loves to build things so the Geomag Confetti 88 piece set* was an immediate hit. You may not have heard of Geomag sets before, but there are various kinds that you can get. The basic idea is that you use different magnetic pieces to create shapes,

Frozen Love Bijoux Review

Like a lot of other children her age, Erin is a huge fan of the Frozen films and now the merchandise too. Now that we’re in lock down again, it can be hard to keep Erin busy and entertained but with the help of the Frozen Love Bijoux set from Toys and Bears she’s had something fun to do. The set comes with 2 sheets of stickers to decorate the pieces, a big bag of pink and blue beads, a length of string and various pieces of jewellery to decorate. Instructions are also included but they are quite basic and

Pokémon Carry Case Playset Review

Towards the end of 2020 Erin discovered Pokémon and ever since then she’s been a bit obsessed. Although we had already finished shopping for her Christmas and birthday presents we knew that we had to add a couple more, Pokémon themed of course. While we bought her a few sets of figures, my sister got Erin the Pokémon Carry Case Playset* Ash, main character from the Pokémon television series, has a pretty iconic green backpack and that is what the Pokémon Carry Case Playset is based on. As soon as Erin opened her present she was excited because she had a backpack

Asmodee Blogger Board Game Club Review – Hint

This month, as part of the Asmodee Blogger Board Game Club we have been playing Hint*. This one is a bit different from some of the other games we have been playing recently as this one is a four player game, and needs to be played in teams. What I immediately liked about Hint was that you don’t need a huge playing board, lots of pieces that could easily get lost or something that takes up a lot go space. The wheel is already housed in the box and setting up the wheel only takes a few seconds. Inside the

Asmodee Blogger Board Game Club Review – Taco, Cat, Goat, Cheese, Pizza

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *)  This month, as part of the Asmodee Blogger Board Game Club we have been playing Taco, Cat, Goat, Cheese, Pizza*. As much as we love big board games that take quite a while to play we sometimes want something we can play when we only have a little bit of time free. Taco, Cat, Goat, Cheese, Pizza is a great game that is both quick and fun. The game is basically a pack of cards, each of which has a different picture on it. These pictures are Taco,

Asmodee Blogger Board Game Club Review – Confident?

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *)  This month, as part of the Asmodee Blogger Board Game Club we have been playing Confident?*, a quiz game with a bit of a difference. What’s inside the box: 200 question cards 6 answer boards Score card Pens Scribble board Confident? can be played either as single players or you can team up if you want to. This means that you can play with anywhere from 2 people right up to however many you want really. You might want to play at home with family or as a

5 Second Rule: Spintensity Review

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *)  We love playing games at home and since March we have been playing them quite a lot more. We’re always looking for something fun and different to play so when we were sent 5 Second Rule: Spintensity* we couldn’t wait to get going. 5 Second Rule: Spintensity is quite quick and easy to set up. You do need to add 3x AAA batteries into the spinner before you can get playing so this is the part that might take the longest. Luckily for us we have a box