August’s Kids Product Roundup 2018

I get products sent to me daily to try out. I unfortunately don’t have time to do a post for each item that I get to review. So I want to make sure these items get seen and learned about. The only other solution I could see to do is to do a August’s Kids Product Roundup 2018 on the products I like and want my readers to know about. I hope you enjoy these as much as I and my other reviewers did.

Reliable
ABS Plastic: Durable, non-toxic, food graded.
Permanent Magnet: Tiny but powerful and lasting.
Round Edge: Avoid any injuries while kids are playing.

Convenient
Storage Bag: Make magnetic tiles storage simpler.
Booklet: Exhibit the process of building magnetic block patterns and final form.

Diverse
Golden Ratio: 18*Square, 12*Triangle. This ratio covers most of the basic patterns.
Developed Skills: Color and shape recognition, creativity and imagination, manipulative ability, thinking and problem solving ability, practical and design ability.
STEM Education: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.

Reliable
Soft PP Plastic: BPA free, sturdy, non-toxic, no deformation
Round Edge: Avoid any injuries while playing

Convenient
Mesh Bag: Make it easy to store and carry
Appropriate Size: Perfect size for your kis to handle

Diverse
18 Pieces Set: 6*Castle Molds, 2*Shovels, 1*Bucket, 1*Rake, 1*Watering Can, 1*Sand Sifter, 1*Starfish, 1*Crab, 1*Turtle, 1*Fish, 1*Tree, 1*Car
Developed Skill: Color and shape recognition, creativity and imagination, motor skill, corporation

Introduce children to basic programming and coding with these fun, light up, infrared remote control playmates. In mode one, use the coding card deck and color grid map to challenge your child to find the right path to a destination by entering directional instructions into the remote control. Hit go and they will know they got to the right place when the cockpit of the ship lights up the color of the mat square they land on. If it matches the card they are correct! mode two allows your child to “drive” the remote control playmate around for free wheeling fun. A great tool for learning sequencing, directions, problem solving and logic. These products ALIGN with the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) standards. Requires three AA batteries (included) and two AAA batteries (not included). ages 5+ years.

Spaghetti Headz™ are a brand new hair twist for girls. Dress up with Spaghetti Headz™! Twist up your dress-up with our fun three pack of twists and charms! Spaghetti Headz™ are a brand new hair twist for girls. Made of polymer clay, Spaghetti Headz™ are eco-friendly swirls of fun in funky new styles for kids of all ages. Available in a variety of collectible charm packages, Spaghetti Headz™ are made to be styled and collected together. Teens will love our sophisticated colors and feathers too! From birthdays, to holidays, to kittens and “OMG”s our collections will have girls begging for more! Steps: 1. Take a thin section of hair (about the width of a pencil) and twist it once or twice. 2. Place the twisted section of hair under the top loop and hold it in place. 3. With your other hand, wrap the hair in a counter-clockwise direction.

Just fill with water and get your game on! The Watermelon Ball JR is a smaller, lighter version of the original Watermelon Ball. Designed to look, feel, and behave like a watermelon in water. Real watermelons are nearly neutrally buoyant: first sinking to the bottom then slowly rising to the top, making them ideal for all kinds of water games. Watermelon Ball JR lets players dribble, kick, bounce, pass, and intercept under water. The extremely durable vinyl membrane stands up to intense action, features that are sorely missing from real watermelons. When filled size is 6″ (15.24 cm) dia and approximately 4.17 lbs (1.89 kg). Watermelon Ball JR comes with hose adaptor, 2 filling needles, and instructions. Please review all warning labels and read instruction manual before using this toy.

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8 thoughts on “August’s Kids Product Roundup 2018

  1. My daughter is going to learn coding in kindergarten and has a similar toy in her classroom. I would love to have the spaceship code and learn for her at home to practice.

  2. My twin grandchildren are starting Kindergarten next week and this would be great to reinforce their coding skills at home.

  3. These are all great toys! I really want the watermelon ball, my kids would get such a kick out of that! I also think that the Code & Learn is such an awesome learning toy!

  4. i have 17 grandchildren,so they all are different sizes and ages,but they all would love playing at my house with any of those products

  5. (August’s Kids Product Roundup 2018) These are all some great toys to read about for the little this year for 2018. I know our grandson would have fun playing with them all.

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