University Games Board Game Inventor Contest (Giveaway)

Disclosure: I will be provided with the Sort It Out Jr. game from University Games to review and another for this giveaway. Any opinions are my own. No other compensation has been received. Last minute summer project alert! Do you have children ages 5-12 who have great ideas? University Games is a sponsor in the […]

BoomCo Blaster Toy Reviews

Disclosure: I received the following BoomCo blaster toys for review, any opinions are my own. Blasters are popular with boys in the tween, teenage and adult age ranges. Recently, Mattel released a new line of blasters, BoomCo. These plastic dart toy blasters are air powered, without any batteries required. They travel distances around 20 yards […]

Hedbanz Act Up Family Game Review

Disclosure: I received a sample of the Hedbanz Act Up family game from Spinmaster to facilitate this review, any opinions are my own. If you have elementary school age children, you may have already heard about the original Hedbanz game. Players wear colored headbands, then kids pick a card from the pile, and without looking […]

Twister Dance Rave Game Review (Giveaway)

Disclosure: I was provided with a free sample of Twister Dance Rave Game from Hasbro to facilitate this review, any opinions are my own. Do your kids love to dance? It’s popular in many of the schools I work both in gym class and even in some of our OT sessions to cue up some […]

Boom Boom Balloon Review

Disclosure: I received a sample of Boom Boom Balloon, a silly balloon popping game from Spinmaster Games to facilitate this review. Any opinions are my own. Boom Boom Balloon is one of the simplest family games I’ve ever played. Some of the kids at school were visibly excited but anxious playing it for the first […]

“Touchy Feely” Game from Marbles The Brain Store

Disclosure: I received a sample of the Touchy Feely Game from Marbles The Brain Store to facilitate this review. Any opinions are my own. If you’ve been to the mall recently, it’s possible that a Marbles The Brain Store may have opened its doors. This fun and inviting store allows parents and children to experience […]

Chasin Cheeky Ring Toss Game (Giveaway)

Disclosure: I was provided with a free sample of the Chasin’ Cheeky ring toss game from Hasbro to facilitate this review. Any opinions are my own. Chasin’ Cheeky is a ring toss game from Hasbro that’s recommended for preschoolers or children ages 3 and up. Cheeky, the purple monkey with a long tail, zooms all […]

The Everything Kids Learning Activities Book Review (Giveaway)

Disclosure: I received a free sample of this book in order to facilitate this review, any opinions are my own. Commercially “back to school” is often associated with stressfully garnering all types of supplies that schools require like backpacks, glue, scissors, and markers.  Within weeks, we will all be back in the daily grind of our […]

Speakaboos is a Fun Way to Promote Literacy For Preschoolers

Disclosure: In order to facilitate this post, I was provided with a free year of web and app access to Speakaboos, a fun way to promote literacy for preschoolers and any child who is learning to read. When I was a child, I had Sesame Street, and books from the library.   I also clearly remember learning […]

DC Super Friends Cooperative Board Game

Disclosure: Wonder Forge provided a free sample of this game to facilitate this review. Any opinions are my own. As an occupational therapist working mainly with children in the preschool and early elementary school realm, I love fun board games. Not only do these games generally encourage children to build upon their individual thinking skills […]

Do You Like to Play Yahtzee? (Giveaway)

There are just some classic Hasbro games that have been bestsellers for decades, Yahtzee being one of them. I won’t lie, before we were married, my husband and I actually used to love to play Yahtzee, so much so we even took it with us on our honeymoon to Saint Lucia because it was a […]

Cartoon It! A Fun Drawing Game for Kids

I will not lie up front. I am a horrible artist. Awful. Always have been and I think I always will be. Though I can be creative in my job in different ways and I have other special talents where I’m more athletic in nature, I do think some people are just not blessed with […]

Morphology: A Great Family Game

My family and I attended an event about a month or so ago at the opening of Marbles: The Brain Store.  This store is new to Massachusetts but originated in Chicago, and lots of new stores are opening now in the North East.  It’s a great family store that includes many  different board games, party […]

Tonka Chuck and Friends Educational iPad App Review

It didn’t take long from some great toy companies like Hasbro to get involved in the iPad app market. With the addition of online worlds, there is a big push these days to bring multi-user experiences for kids. The same car you push across your living room floor, might make an appearance with his friends […]

A Game to Teach Kids About Colors, Shapes, Numbers and Taking Turns! (Giveaway)

Many parents are often on the lookout for games for their kids that can be fun and include educational concepts. Crocodile Hop from Learning Resources, is one of those games that will teach kids about colors, shapes, numbers and taking turns. The game includes a very large, plastic game mat (30″ wide x 100″ long), […]

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