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The holidays are around the corner, and have we got a treat for you! Reyne Rice is here with a list of today’s must have gifts for kids!
Available in four adorable animal characters, Digipals are mobile device companions for kids that feature a microfiber compartment fitted for most Smartphones, MP3 players and small point-and-shoot cameras. The unique microfiber allows kids to clean their screens without the use of any chemicals, and the material does not leave behind dust, lint or scratches. Your kids can easily cuddle and clean their screens. They come with a zippered compartment to carry ID’s, money, earbuds or lip balm making them the ideal accessory for protecting children’s devices.
Bring home your child’s favorite Despicable Me character, Talking Dave! This cute little guy comes with 55 Minion sayings and sound effects in the original voice. To get him to talk simply press his pocket or move his head! Wanna have a silly Minion moment? Switch to banana mode to feed him and hear him fart! Kids (and let’s face it, us adults as well) will laugh and have a lot of fun with adorable Minion! Learn more here.
Speaking of cute gifts for your kids, check out these adorable dolls! Pinkie Cooper and the Jet Set Pets is a fun new fashion doll line that combines high-style, world travel, hair play … and pet affinity! Your little fashionista will love to share Pinkie’s fashion adventures with her jet-setting BFF’s as they travel the world and report back about their fashion finds on Pinkie’s blog, Pinkie Post. Each doll has trendy mix and match hairstyles to create endless combinations that complement every possible outfit! Learn more about Pinkie Cooper here.
With Crayola’s Melt N Mold Factory, kids can create customized multicolored swirled crayons, rings and more! The fun begins by adding colorful crayon bits to the melting tray and start the timer. Watch the crayons melt together, once melted simply pour the wax into molds to create custom crayons and other fun shapes that leave colorful marks when used. Get more shapes to create with by getting one of Crayola’s expansion packs, sold separately. A great gift for the artistic kid! Learn more here.
Rainbow Loom is a kit used for making super fun rubber band link bracelets. The colorful rubber bands can make different patterned bracelets, rings and more! Because this is such a new product, new patterns are still being discovered! The creative process is endless! Learn more about Rainbow Loom here.
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It’s that time of year again, time to get the kids ready for school! Where to start?! What do kids want and need?! No worries, below are some of our favorite Back To School must haves!
With school emphasizing STEM concepts in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, most teachers recommend the Texas Instruments graphing calculators. Students can use these in math and science courses from Middle School all the way to College! Plus, they’re approved to use during college entrance exams like the SAT or ACT. Explore their website to learn more!
Kids can have their very own tablet with the VTech InnoTab 3S. There is a world of interactive gameplay and learning, perfect to get kids ready for back to school. Plus, kids can stay connected with friends and family with tablet-to-mobile or tablet-to-tablet communication. One of the features we love is the kid-safe web browser and parent-approved websites. Learn more here!
Kids today are all about smart phones, but the prices can be over the top! Check out MyCricket, they offer a variety of phones kids want at the prices parents love! They have the Samsung Galaxy line including Discover, Admire 2 and the Galaxy S4! There is no contract for unlimited plans, AND they have flexible payment plans. Might be time to send your kids off to school in style, without breaking the bank!
How’s this for hands-on learning!? K’NEX has this neat new set from their Education Line called Intro to Simple Machines, and it’s exactly what it sounds like. With nearly 200 pieces, kids (and adults) can discover how different gear sizes affect speed and output. Build a replica of real world machines, I mean, watch your kids build a replica of real world machines! It’s designed to give students the skills and knowledge needed to solve problems, think critically, work together and adapt to change in today’s tech world.