LeapFrog Enterprises announced the Leapster Explorer Learning Experience. Leapster Explorer, delivering more than 40 different learning and play experiences by year-end, offers an unprecedented combination of handheld and online play for four- to nine-year-old kids. ...
Celebrar Dora! Fisher-Price joins with Nickelodeon to celebrate Dora the Explorer’s 10th anniversary on August 14 with the debut of the new and innovative “We Did It!” Dora doll, now available at major retailers ...
Build-A-Bear Workshop introduced the exclusive Star Wars products including the new Star Wars Bear ($22), bear-sized character costumes, and a Star Wars theme song sound chip that can be added to any furry friend.
Designed for kids ages 8 and up (it means also suitable for adult), the OLLO Action Kit is ideal for getting young minds interested in mechanics and building. See the video to know how this kit is unique. Available from thinkgeek.com, the OLLO Action Kit priced at about $30.
By Al Hilal on Thursday, October 15, 2009 :: 1,711 views Filed Under: Games
It’s just two weeks away to join the the most favorite celebration of the year, the Halloween party. Have you prepared all the things to make the upcoming celebration as the most “terrorable”, the most “de-frightful” and the most “extrava-grunt” Halloween of all? I don’t want to say that you need to learn the History of Halloween as a part of the preparation, not at all. What you need for the “skull”-liberation is finding the “be(a)st” costumes. Your goal is of course to scare people with your costume. It will be very exciting to make people in the party fearful because of the character you play. And for your kids you can do the same, just dress up them with their ‘cute-iffying’ costumes that seems so real and scary. It sounds funny, but that’s the way we celebrate the party, as usual.
Designed for children, the Barbie B-Smart learning laptop offers various games that encourage its users to enhance their skills in language, numbers, counting, shapes, colors, music, memory and logical reasoning.