The weather has improved, you might have spent the day in the garden or gone to the caravan for the weekend. In the evening it’s nice to relax with or without the kids and play a boardgame.
We’ve reviewed Ginger Fox family games before here and here and really enjoyed them and this set of games didn’t disappoint either.
Pinch ‘N’ Pass
Battle with your opponents and the buzzer in this quick-thinking, fast-paced game of categories. How many famous actors, pizza toppings, or breeds of dog can you name under pressure? ‘Pinch’ and ‘pass’ category cards by being able to list more than your opponents to win at this great, grabby game. There’s a huge variety of category cards – something for everyone! The spinner decides which round you play: PINCH! PASS! or HEAD-TO-HEAD. The random electronic timer creates tense gameplay – you never know who will be left with the card!
We’ve had fun opening L.O.L Surprise before but this time we got our grubby little mitts on a Series 3 L.O.L Surprise Confetti Pop. With it’s 9 layers of fun surprises, it takes longer to open than most surprise or blind bag collectibles which adds to the suspense.
It comes in the usual ball shape and this time the packaging is a lovely sunshine yellow. At the top of the ball are displayed the kind of surprises you’ll find inside.
Moj Moj are cute new fun squishy collectables from MGA Entertainment, they’ve abandoned the traditional series numbering and chosen to use emoji’s instead so this first series is Series 🙂.
We were sent some to open and see what we thought. The Moj Moj come in brightly coloured triangular packets so look quite different to the usual flat, square blind bags. Inside the packets are 2 Moj Moj – which is great as you usually only get 1 item in a blind bag – and a checklist of the Moj Moj you can collect and tick off. Continue reading
I was invited to partake in a bite to eat at the newly opened ‘Brill Restaurant’ set in a quiet little village called Nana’s Dining Room. Owned by young entrepreneurs ‘The Picking Up Toys Kids’ I was delighted with the warm welcome and green surroundings accompanied with the distant “BAA” of the local wildlife.
Busy Things is a great award winning online educational games and activities site that supports children’s learning from Early Years to Primary School aged children – making it suitable for children from ages 3-11. There are options for schools, nurseries and families. As my younger children are 5 & 8 they are the perfect ages to try out the Busy Things family subscription. The first thing you need to do is sign up and watch the 3 minute introduction video.