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Sunday, November 11, 2012

Scavenger Hunt Riddles For Kids

Scavenger Hunt Riddles For Kids


Children tend to get bored easily so clues and riddles for your party need to be easy. Look around your house and examine your most common possessions or household items. Think how you can make funny quips or jokes about these ordinary stuff that are in your home. Here's an example of a one liner: "What did one potato chip say to another potato chip? Answer: Let's go for a dip. Or, can giraffes have babies? Answer: no, they only have giraffes". These funny witticisms may seem corny to older kids but for young children this will certainly send laughs all around. A question and answer clue is also easier to make than the usual riddle. This style is also easy for inexperienced clue makers or for novices who are about to host their first ever scavenger hunt. If you are still having a hard time making a question and answer type of riddle, try doing it backward. Think of an item and make a funny joke about it or just say something about it. Example: "I am smooth and sweet and fun to put in your cocoa drink" Answer: Marshmallows. It is important to note that your clues and riddles need to be appropriate for your kid's age group. As kids get older more difficult and crafty clues might be needed to stimulate the players and make the game more exciting.



Scavenger Hunt Riddles For Kids


Another good idea might be to host a photo scavenger hunt for kids. But unlike most photo scavenger hunt, make the game more challenging by taking a close-up photo of the items to make the hunt more tricky and entertaining. You can add clues or a general location of the certain thing in the photo and watch them hunt around matching the pattern of your photos. For pre school children who can't read yet, drawings or photos of toys and other knickknacks would be suitable for them


Kids Toy

Scavenger Hunt Riddles For Kids


Most scavenger hunts end with having to award a prize to the winner who found the most items. So it might also be a good idea to make some of the clues harder to solve to make sure that the kids won't end up with the same number of items.



Scavenger Hunt Riddles For Kids

Scavenger Hunt Riddles For Kids


Making clues and riddles for scavenger hunt parties will get easier as time goes by. It may seem daunting at first but with practice and experience the task won't seem as overwhelming as it once did. Imagination and patience will always help. And practice may not always make perfect but it will take you as close to it!

Scavenger Hunt Riddles For Kids






Kids Toy

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Walking Activities for Kids

Walking Activities for Kids


As any parent will tell you, kids are moving all the time. Nature has programmed kids to move, but many of them are not moving because they are stuck in front of the television, the Computer, and Computer games. This is where parenting comes in, because you, the parent or grandparent, can foster children's exercise.

Walking Activities for Kids

Walking Activities for Kids

Walking Activities for Kids


Walking Activities for Kids



Walking Activities for Kids

Kids should wear sturdy shoes and comfy socks without holes. (Leave the flip-flops at home.) They should also wear caps or hats to protect them from the sun and sunscreen. Do some stretching exercises with your kids beforehand. Give each child his or her own water bottle and pedoMeter. Measure each child's stride before you start these walking activities.

Some activities are appropriate for backyard fun, while others get your kids out into the community. Fitness is a family affAir, so walk with your kids. You will be amazed at the discoveries you make and the things you learn about each other. Now tie those shoelaces, tie a sweater around your waist, and get going!

COUNT THE BIRDS. Young kids count the number of birds they see during the walk. Older kids and adults identify the birds by name. Read about the birds in a bird book when you get home.

COLOR SEARCH. During the walk kids look for one color, such as red. Anything they see that is that is this color, such as a car, stop sign, and a red jacket, counts as one point. Who saw the most things?

BABY STEPS. Place two plastic ice cream buckets on the sidewalk or in the yard. Using baby steps - touching the heel of one foot to the toes of the other - kids walk between the buckets.

LONGEST STRIDE. Place two plastic ice cream buckets on the sidewalk or in the yard. Using their longest stride, kids walk from the first bucket to the second.

BACKWARD BOUNCE. Place two plastic ice cream buckets on the sidewalk or in the yard. One bucket is the starting "line" and the other bucket is the finish "line." Kids walk backwards from start to finish.

AROUND THE TOWN. Using poster board or grocery store boxes, make location signs for your community: city hall, library, school, recreation center, movie theater, baseball field, and similar locations. Number the signs and arrange them in a circle. Kids start at number one and walk round the town. How many steps did each child take?

SPEED WALKING. Each child wears a pedoMeter as his or her waist. At the sound of go, kids walk as Fast as they can across the playground or a field. Who took the most steps? Who took the least?

RUN-WALK RACE. Repeat the speed walking activity, only this time the kids run 10 steps and walk 10 steps.

STEP AND SLIDE. Repeat the speed walking activity, only this time the kids step with their feet, slide their right feet up to the left, and continue walking this way until they have crossed the playground or field.

Don't let your kids become couch potatoes. Get them off the couch and keep them moving. Keep yourself moving, too. Everyone in the family can walk the fitness trail to better health and a better life.

Copyright 2006 by Harriet Hodgson

Walking Activities for Kids

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Outdoor Toy Box Shed Organizing - Tips & Ideas to Help You Organize Your Sheds Used For Storing Toys

Outdoor Toy Box Shed Organizing - Tips & Ideas to Help You Organize Your Sheds Used For Storing Toys


Whether your kids are young or already entering their teenage years, you know full well just how much "stuff" can accumulate outside in the yard. Using a storage shed as an outdoor toy box though, is a wonderful way to help keep your yard clean and clutter free, and it also teaches the children from young ages to pick up after themselves.

Outdoor Toy Box Shed Organizing - Tips & Ideas to Help You Organize Your Sheds Used For Storing Toys

Outdoor Toy Box Shed Organizing - Tips & Ideas to Help You Organize Your Sheds Used For Storing Toys

Outdoor Toy Box Shed Organizing - Tips & Ideas to Help You Organize Your Sheds Used For Storing Toys


Outdoor Toy Box Shed Organizing - Tips & Ideas to Help You Organize Your Sheds Used For Storing Toys



Outdoor Toy Box Shed Organizing - Tips & Ideas to Help You Organize Your Sheds Used For Storing Toys

Using your outdoor storage shed as a toybox is not overly difficult either, but you will want to organize it a bit so you can make the most of the room you have, and so the kids will know where their outdoor toys properly go.

Now the first thing you'll want to do when organizing your toy shed, is to designate various zones inside. One zone for instance, should be reserved for Bicycles and riding toys. This area should have things "parked" in a logical manner, so it will be easier for the kids to get their toys out when they want them, but put them away when they're done too. Be sure not to pile things on or around the wheeled toys, otherwise someone could get hurt when trying to navigate the area.

Use large plastic bins, buckets or trash cans for storing and organizing smaller toys. You could separate these by child if you'd like, and put a name on each one so everyone has their own space. Alternatively, you could have one bin marked "pool" to use for pool toys, another marked "balls" to store all the various playing balls in, and so on.

Put pool safety equipMent in locations of their own though, and make them easily reachable. Arm floats and safety vests for smaller children for instance, can be hung on the wall right by the door, or put into an easily reachable container all their own.

Putting up shelves in your shed is another excellent way to help organize smaller items, or those toys reserved for adults or the larger children. Yard and lawn games and Supplies can go on these shelves for instance, such as golf tees and balls, ping pong equipMent, and badminton Supplies.

Nets, clubs and rackets can be organized easily by hanging them either on the wall, or from the ceiling in the corners.

Outdoor Toy Box Shed Organizing - Tips & Ideas to Help You Organize Your Sheds Used For Storing Toys

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Kids & Toys

Kids & Toys


I think the word toys is among one of the first words our children learn. This is their currency and what their world is all about!. Shopping for toys can be a very interesting experience. No matter if you are shopping for groceries or your in the local home improveMent store you are going to find some kind of toy! And experience has taught me that if the kids are with you in the store, they will zero in on that toy from 2 aisles away.

Kids & Toys

Kids & Toys

Kids & Toys


Kids & Toys



Kids & Toys

The options for buying kids toys are endless. There are a few rules you should follow that will save you money and enrich your child's life at the same time. It is important when choosing toys for your child that they be good quality, safe and affordable. There is a vast difference in the quality of  toys on the market today. You can still find metal Tonka toys made 25 to 30 years ago. How many of today's plastic toys do you think we will see 25 to 30 years from now?  Now you are not going to find very many of the metal variety of years ago but there are some very good quality plastic and wood toys available. The difference in price between quality toys and those of lesser quality is not that much when you consider the cheaper toy will be lucky to survive 6 months.

Another very important consideration is to buy toys that are age appropriate. You don't want to give a small child a toy that has small pieces or parts that could be broken off and swallowed. Always be aware of sharp edges and parts that could cause injury. It is important to evaluate the toy you are considering, review the manufacturers age recomMendations. The decision however must be based on your child's skill and maturity level.

You should also consider toys that will stimulate their imagination. There are many educational toys to choose from but remember that a simple Doll or toy car can open up a wonderful world of learning and fantasy. Purchase something that will stimulate their minds and get them away from the endless hours wasted in front of the television.

Kids & Toys

Monday, August 6, 2012

Teacup Pig Toys

Teacup Pig Toys


Last years toy pet substitute was the Zhu zhu Pets hamsters without the mess. This year sees the release of new Teacup Piggy Toys as substitutes for the controversial Teacup Pig pets. Teacup Pigs off course being mini pot belly pigs bred for the purpose of serving as household pets. Despite their cute factor and obvious popularity real pet pigs do require more care than the average pet. This is however good news for parents who are looking for toys substitutes this holiday season. The new toy teacup pigs may just be the mess free alternative you have been looking for.

Teacup Pig Toys

Teacup Pig Toys

Teacup Pig Toys


Teacup Pig Toys



Teacup Pig Toys

Made by Toyeck, the teacup pig toys are articulated with movable feet and head. Teacup Piggies also come with a vocabulary of 25 words making them nearly more interactive than real piggies. There are a total of fifteen Pig Toys to collect. Each pig, with its unique personality and matching accessories. The toys come in three litters the first batch being born on Christmas Day, 25 December 2009. These include Snowflake, High Tips Locket, Goldie, and Copper and Princess.

The second Litter of Teacup Piggies was born on New Year's Day, 1 January 2010. This litter is made up of Carat, Jade, Glitter, Ivory, Denim, and Bling. The last Litter is born 1 February 2010 and is made up of three little piggies Emmie, Oscar and Jade. Each Piggy has a cup and matching accessories. Kids can create also play Dress up with their piggies from the range of outfits available. Play sets including a Teacup Piggies Electronic Lights & Sounds Showtime Limo, Lights & Sounds Beauty Spa Play Set And a Fashion Runway Play Set- all sure to have kids entertained for hours.

Teacup Pig Toys

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Activities for Autistic Children

Activities for Autistic Children


Q. Please can you offer some activity-based suggestions and PE/games options for autistic children that they can do at home or at school. Looking at two age groups here 7-10 and 11-16.

Activities for Autistic Children

Activities for Autistic Children

Activities for Autistic Children


Activities for Autistic Children



Activities for Autistic Children

A. Parents, teachers, and other caregivers often get so caught up in educating and providing structure to the lives of autistic children that they forget that, above all, he or she is a child. Like any other child in his or her age group, your autistic child wants to have fun. While some activities may not be suitable for those suffering from autism, there are a number of fun games to play with autistic children, many of which can get them involved with others or help them further develop motor or social skills while just focusing on having a good time.

Autisticchildren in the eleMentary school age range can benefit greatly from song. Even children who do not communicate verbally with words can learn to hum along or play simple instruMents such as tambourines or whistles. Using sounds that are repetitive and with educational lyricshelps autistic children learn school lessons but also gives them an outlet for some of the sensory stimulation they need, such as yelling. Play follow the leader with the instruMents to help the children focus their attention and improve socialization skills.

Depending on how mature your child is, he or she may also not only be able to participate in regular childhood games, but greatly benefit from them as well. These activities, including TAG and other games, can be learned moreeasily than you think. Stick with games in which the autistic child is not forced to have close physical contact with other children, as this may be hurtful for autistic individuals. Also, remember to play to your child's strengths or what he or she wishes to learn. If he or she has a problem with yelling inappropriately, for example, encouraging him or her to be involved with a game of hide and seek may help curb this behavior.

Autistic children often wish to be included in games with non-autistic peers, and so this may help with the learning process. At home, focus on games that involve closer contact with trusted family members. For example, make it a game to get across the room without touching the floor. Perhaps the only route in some instances is to be carried.Remember that each child is different, developmentally so stay in tune with how challenging the activities should be.

As your child matures, he or she may want to be involved with organized sports. This should be encouraged, but choose your sport carefully. Golf, baseball, and other sports that do not involve strong personal sensory stimulation may be better for your child than something like tackle football. However, be open to all possibilities. Be sure the team's coach understands your child's disability and is willing to work with him or her.

At this later developmental sTAGe, encouraging continuous learning activities. Sensory games work well to further teach these children, and as they mature emphasize printing modes as well the importance of appropriate behavior as you are playingthese games. Using things like water balloons in games your child already enjoys is often as fun for children with autism. Also realize that an autistic individual has trouble seeing things from another's point of view. Therefore, they may be less likely to enjoy games in which something must be kept a secret from another person (like go-Fish).

Overall, you and your child need to grow together. Remember that although he or she has many special needs, sometimes your child needs to simply be a kid as well. Encourage play along with work, and realize that games and activities for autistic children may fulfil two key elements, socialization skills for life and learning to enjoy playing with their peers.

Activities for Autistic Children

Inexpensive Kids Birthday Party Locations

Inexpensive Kids Birthday Party Locations


While throwing your child a birthday Party is high on any parents list, most people don't want to spend a fortune for the celebration. Depending on the time of year and your budget, there are some great options for the location of the Party (other than your home).

Inexpensive Kids Birthday Party Locations

Inexpensive Kids Birthday Party Locations

Inexpensive Kids Birthday Party Locations


Inexpensive Kids Birthday Party Locations



Inexpensive Kids Birthday Party Locations

If you do decide to throw a party outside your home, be sure to include your child in the location decision. If the child is young, you may want to bring them to the location prior to the party so that they can get comfortable and excited about the upcoming event. Most kids look forwarding to opening their presents at the end of their party. So whatever option you choose, make sure you set aside a special place where all the party goers can place the birthday gifts.

1. Town ParkShelter. Many local communities offer rental shelters at the parks where they have picnic tables, grills and play equipMent for the kids. The older children can go play while the adults hang out. The Food doesn't have to be gourmet, instead keep it simple and easy like barbecue hot dogs or burgers or a couple baked lasagnas with salad. Follow up with a fun birthday cake from your local warehouse club, grocery store or your own kitchen.

2. Fast Food Restaurant. Both McDonald's and Hardees offer kids parties that include a party hostess, Food and cake at reasonable prices. The other great thing about these restaurants is that many have Playlands or plastic ball pits so that the kids can be entertained while the adultschit-chat and relax a bit.

3. Children's or Science Museum. If you have a larger budget, a local science or children's museum can be a great place to hold a birthday party. Some places have party hostesses and provide some Supplies, so just check what they provide in your city. You may only need to bring a birthday cake and presents.

4. Movie Theater. Many towns have inexpensive or Dollar show theaters that will rent out the enTire theater or give you big group discount as well as discounts on snacks and soda. Some theaters will let you bring in some of your own snacks and cake so just check and see what can be done at your local theater by speaking with the manager.

Inexpensive Kids Birthday Party Locations

Monday, June 18, 2012

Winning Science Projects For First Place Kids

Winning Science Projects For First Place Kids


Having a winning science project isn't the reason teachers send kids to the science fAir, but most kids really want to have a winning project. Here are four ways to improve your chances of grabbing one of those first place ribbons:

Winning Science Projects For First Place Kids

Winning Science Projects For First Place Kids

Winning Science Projects For First Place Kids


Winning Science Projects For First Place Kids



Winning Science Projects For First Place Kids

1. Choose a Project That Interests You. Whether it be animals or vitamins, plants or race cars, pick a project that will let your enthusiasm shine through. Judges can tell if you have put your heart into your work, so choose a project you really like. You'll learn more, too!

2. Follow the Science FAir Guidelines. There are several types of science projects, and you must make sure your project is the correct type for the science fAir you are entering. Most fairs require aninvestigatory project (an experiMent), which means your project must follow the scientific method. Don't make the mistake of turning in a collection or a demonstration if these are not allowed.

You must also make sure that you include each required eleMent of the science project. You may need to log or a journal. Almost all judges want to see a materials list and the steps you took for your project. Sometimes a chart and graph of results are necessary. Check the directions, and make sure you have everything you need.

3. Make Your Display Attractive. Your science board should be colorful, well organized, and easy to read. Use bold fonts, bullet points, and borders around papers and pictures. Be neat! Use glue instead of tape, and make sure your cutting iseven.

4. Stand Out From the Rest. A catchy title will attract the attention of judges. One of our boys tested the biodegradability of toilet paper and called it "A Straight Flush". One girl tested which fruit had the most vitamin C, backed her board with great big pictures of fruit, then used coordinating paper for her information. A boy we know used toy cars in his experiment, and his display included the race track and cars. Includes something that makes your project stand out from all the others in the science fair.

Winning Science Projects For First Place Kids

Friday, May 25, 2012

Proverbs For Kids

Proverbs For Kids


Stories are loved by children. Bed times or long drives are the best way to bond with your child. To keep a child interested, proverbial stories work wonders. It can actually be put to use while relating to routine doings in life. Proverbs and idioms can be done to make the child understand gently about right and wrong. Deep meanings are difficult for kids to comprehend and simplify the same proverbs. Important needs like caring, sharing and valuing money can be put through with proverbs.

Proverbs For Kids

Proverbs For Kids

Proverbs For Kids


Proverbs For Kids



Proverbs For Kids Proverbs For Kids

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Stages of Play

Stages of Play


Children go through different sTAGes of play as they grow and develop. Very young Infants only have the ability to attend to one object at a time. Once an object is out of their sight, it is quickly forgotten. Infants play by themselves because they are so busy exploring and discovering their new world. Every new object or situation that is introduced is a new learning experience for the newborn. This very first sTAGe of play is called "Solitary Play or independent play. They are fully engaged in gathering information and storing it for further use. This stage of play lasts until some where around nine months. This is a very self centered time for the developing Infant.

Stages of Play

Stages of Play

Stages of Play


Stages of Play



Stages of Play

The second stage of play begins to loam in slightly older children usually by thetime a child is two years of age. "Parallel Play" is typical of this age child. This kind of play involves two or more children in the same room. They are interested in the same toys and both see the toy as belonging to them. Hence they maybe in the same area and play with similar toys, but they do not play together. They are playing along side each other simply because they are in the same area.

When children extend their knowledge and play experiences they move into "Associative Play." In this stage, three and four year old children begin playing together but it is a loosely organized fashion. The more mature child soon emerges as the leader or organizer in this stage of play. They see themselves as capable and able to tellothers what to do, the younger child seldom questions this authority that the more mature child has cultivated.

Finally the child expands into "Cooperatives Play" somewhere between the ages of four or five. Cooperative play takes place between two or more children as they grow and develop socially and emotionally. Cooperative play In children , exchange ideas about the game or the toy they are playing with at that moMent in time. Rules tend to still be very loosely constructed, but children know who is playing which role in their game. Play may last only a few minutes or it may stretch out for longer periods of time. Gradually they learn to respect the property rights of others. This is a clue that they are gaining social skills; at this same timethey begin to understand that they need permission to play with certain materials and certain people. They are also more willing to share their toys for the sake of the game. Communication about the play is the critical point of cooperative play.

It is important to note that children differ widely according to birth order within their own families. Boys and girls develop in different areas at different stages of their life, so there is never complete adherence to any of these exact ages. Not all children move through the stages at the same rate, because children who have more life experiences tend to emerge as leaders or organizers at younger ages. Confidence, shyness, and other personality traits factor into these stages of play.

Stages of Play

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Hot Christmas Toys For 2011: 12 Most Wanted Toys

Hot Christmas Toys For 2011: 12 Most Wanted Toys


From the latest survey we conducted we have gathered a list of the top 12 hot Christmas toys that are recognized by many buyers to be the best gifts for Christmas to kids of all ages. My team of toy lovers recently conducted a survey on what toys most kids want to receive for Christmas. Not only the kids but also the want-to-be kids participated in the latest survey we conducted. At first we asked them what are the 10 toys they would like to include in their wish list for Christmas and they gave us the most promising results so far.

Hot Christmas Toys For 2011: 12 Most Wanted Toys

Hot Christmas Toys For 2011: 12 Most Wanted Toys

Hot Christmas Toys For 2011: 12 Most Wanted Toys


Hot Christmas Toys For 2011: 12 Most Wanted Toys



Hot Christmas Toys For 2011: 12 Most Wanted Toys

We could have just given a list of the top 10 Christmas toys, but the two other toys seem promising that we couldn't help but just include them in the list. I hopethat find this article very helpful in your research.

Below are the twelve of the hot Christmas toys of 2011. They are not arranged in any particular order to avoid being biased opinions on our side:

Lego City 3182 1.-It comes with a Lego Airport with passenger plane that really looks like a real plane but it can be detached to form anything imaginable!

2. Fireman Sam kit-this one is popular with pre-schools.

3. GoGo My Walking Pup-It barks and moves like a real puppy and its battery driven.

4. Toy story III comes with Jet pack buzz light year.

5. V-tech room-This room can easily fancy movie videos.

6. Monopoly Revolution-one of the noticeable changes in this game is the electronic sound effects that can be manuallyswitch on or off.

7. Moon Dough-It's a kiddy toy farm animals can create.

8. Nerf N Strike Stampede ECS-this one comes with sixty different projectiles with it.

9. Paper Jams Guitar-basically this toy is made out of paper that enables kids to write or record their songs that is featured with real chords.

10. Pump loons-This one is a fun to play with race game. The goal of the game is to inflate different characters with different colors.

11. Sylvania Families-this is a girls toys. One of the most wanted toys for girls in the market.

12. The Sing a Ma Jigs-this musical toy is composed of four different characters, each one creating different and bizarre tones. The sounds will make you grin but it'squite appealing to the kids.

What makes this top 12 Christmas toys the best survey we have so far is the fact that we actually ask the parent of the kids to participate in the survey as well. About 100 kids participated in this survey and I can say that we did have a successful campaign.

Hot Christmas Toys For 2011: 12 Most Wanted Toys

Monday, March 12, 2012

Zhu Zhu Pets Toys-Do Not Choose the Wrong Hamster

Zhu Zhu Pets Toys-Do Not Choose the Wrong Hamster


The Zhu Zhu Pets toy lineup is manufactured by a company called Cepia LLC. Since the inception of Cepia in 2002, they have focused their efforts on producing fun kids' toys that truly push the boundaries of technology in comparatively inexpensive packages. A few of their more notable toy successes include the bear, Glo-and Hydro Max and Sky Raptors. The launch of the Zhu Zhu Pets toys (often misspelled Zoo Zoo Pets toys and even Zu Zhu Pets toys) has really catapulted the company to the forefront of the kids' toy tables and quite possibly onto becoming the best selling toy for 2009. Currently, the model range only includes the hamster pets and their accessories, but with such demand, who knows what the' pet ' lineup will include in the future.

For those of you that are looking to buy Zhu Zhu hamsters, this Christmas or beyond, then you essentially have a choice of four main hamster varieties and one exclusive hamster toy currently. Each different in color and each suited to different children because of the pet toy's individual characteristics and personalities. Choosing which one your kid will love and have the most fun with will depend on the parent buying the most suitable match to their child's personality.

Zhu Zhu Pets Toys-Do Not Choose the Wrong Hamster

Zhu Zhu Pets Toys-Do Not Choose the Wrong Hamster

Zhu Zhu Pets Toys-Do Not Choose the Wrong Hamster


Zhu Zhu Pets Toys-Do Not Choose the Wrong Hamster



Zhu Zhu Pets Toys-Do Not Choose the Wrong Hamster

Mr. Squiggles is the bestselling hamster of the lot and has pretty much remained in that position since the launch of Zhu Zhu toys. If your child wants a Fast and furious little critter, then Mr. Squiggles may be the perfectchoice. Light brown in color, he perhaps resemble a real hamster the most out of all five. Mr. Squiggles loves to scoot and scurry at full speed and has some hysterical sounds when he bumps into anything in his way.

Pipsqueak is more or less the second most popular choice among kids but frequently topples Mr. Squiggles for pole position periodically. Pipsqueak is a great soft yellow color that girls especially love. Pipsqueaks, like Mr. Squiggles also loves to go Fast in explore mode, but settle her down and put her into affection mode and your kids will spend hours heaping care and attention on her.

Num Nums is the true lady of the lot and perhaps the most fussy of all the hamster pack. She loves to explore around and fuss over everything, making all of thesounds and noises that she makes so well. Don't let this fool you though, in explore mode she is certainly able to scoot around as good as the next hamster toy. Num Nums has a passion for Food and loves to spend time in the Funhouse hamster kitchen, kids love to Watch and listen to all of the sounds she makes in there.

Chunk is the Snow white hamster Zhu Zhu Pets of the range and girls love the color, but both girls and boys alike love his personality. Chunk is the surfer dude of them and likes to take life easy and enjoy everything in his world in a calm and relaxed manner. His priority is not to scoot and scurry continuously like Mr. Squiggles or Pipsqueak, but he is more content at his own pace. Where Chunk really comes into his own is when he does what he doesbest-surfing. Kids love to Watch Chunks get on board his board and show them all of his cool moves and make all of his cute noises like only Chunk can.

Patches is the Zhu Zhu pet that is only available as part of a bundled package. The most widely available packages if you want to buy Zhu Zhu Patches, includes the Funhouse or hamster House Starter Set. Patches is darker yellow in color with a large white patch on its back. Patches loves the flowers and in explore mode, goes about hunting them out.

Zhu Zhu Pets Toys-Do Not Choose the Wrong Hamster

Monday, January 23, 2012

Wooden Toy Boxes

Wooden Toy Boxes


Wooden toy boxes are the one piece of childhood furniture that most people remember. The size, shape and color will always have special memories for many people. This one piece of furniture was used in so many ways that it made the whole room as well as the child feel special. Being known for multipurpose use, they were found in many homes throughout the country. Well we have made our memories with these toy boxes, shouldn't your child do the same.

Wooden Toy Boxes

Wooden Toy Boxes

Wooden Toy Boxes


Wooden Toy Boxes



Wooden Toy Boxes

Wooden toy boxes are still one of the leading types of toy storage on the market. As well they should be. This piece of children's furniture is great for any child of any age; whether they are a boy or a girl. These toy boxes are designed to not only be used as storage for your child's toys, but can be so much more. They can be used as a shelf or even a bench for friends and family to sit on. This makes them perfect pieces of furniture with a multipurpose behind the design.

They are also very durable and will be able to handle the harsh treatMent that children tend to have on their toys and such things. They are built to last for a lifetime and your child will cherish it for the rest of theirs. These toy storage boxes are made from some of the finest wood materials on the market and made with exquisite quality.

These toy boxes can also be ways to expand your child's imagination. Finding the pirate's treasure that is hidden in the chest is always a favorite among children. There are so many ways that the toy storage box can be used with the imagination that your child will have years of fun and maybe even share with their children.

There are many different types of wooden toy boxes that are available for you to choose from. This will depend greatly on your child's preference and tastes. For younger children, there are designs that represent some of their childhood heroes, super heroes or even favorite places. Having toy storage that is personalized has always been a favorite. Adding your child's name to the wooden box is a great way to do this. There are some toy boxes that are even customized for girls and for boys. Girls love pink and girly decorations while boys like outdoors type decor. These will let your child feel more comfortable and be able to have even more fun with their toy storage box.

There are many themed wooden toy boxes also. These themed pieces of furniture may be shaped into their favorite civil service vehicle or a building or setting. No matter which one your child chooses, it will be one that they love and can enjoy. If you are worried about space in your home, that is OK. There are wooden toy boxes of all different sizes so that you can find the one that is just right for your child's needs.

Wooden toy boxes are something that your child will cherish forever. Many children often keep them and pass them on to their children. Having something to pass down through the generations makes it an heirloom and something that everyone will be proud to own. These toy boxes are built to last and remain beautiful.

Wooden Toy Boxes