Our Trip to Chessington World of Adventure [AD – Press Trip]

Our Trip to Chessington World of Adventure [AD – Press Trip]

I remember visiting Chessington World of Adventure when I was a kid, riding Vampire with my dad when it was probably one of the few “white knuckle” rides in the Park. The park also had a small zoo and a circus! Nowadays, Chessington is a resort and boasts a hotel, a variety of rides for

Creatto Soaring Dragon & Friends by Thames & Kosmos [AD – Review]

Creatto have recently teamed up with Thames & Kosmos; the home of the science kit, and released their new range of 3D light-up building kits. From Unicorns to Dragons, there’s something for everyone. As T is getting older, we’re getting used to finding new and exciting ways to get creative at the weekend – especially

Detective Agency by Osmo #OsmoSocialClub [AD – Review]

For Easter this year, we were invited to test out another interactive kit by Osmo. This time, we tried out their Detective Agency kit. In line with Easter celebrations, they were encouraging those part of their #OsmoSocialClub to add a little Easter twist to their play. Whether it was drawing Easter Eggs via their Studio

Celebrating STEM: The Coding Starter Kit by Osmo #OsmoSocialClub [AD – Review]

Last year, we reviewed the Genius Starter Kit by Osmo, an interactive tool that integrates an iPad or Fire tablet with hands-on learning. Players use objects from the real world to interact with the digital world shown on their screen. Osmo believes in Embodied Learning through physical-digital interactions. They encourage users to learn through hands-on experiences,

Celebrating (more than one!) Mothers’ Day with Moonpig [AD]

Mother’s / Mothers’ Day is a huge affair in this family. Not only has T got two mums to contend with, but I myself have two mums that I need to shop for. We also have Sharon’s mum as well! I guess it’s no different to splitting the cost over Father’s and Mother’s Day, but

Books that Matter: A Kids Book About… [Review]

We’ve always pride ourselves on creating an inclusive library for T, despite the fact that statistically you’re more likely to see an animal, a robot or “other” objects (27%) as the main characters than a person of colour or person with a visible disability. The same goes for children’s authors. According to the 2017 CCBC