November’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 November’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.

I was sent Dragon Ball items for my son to collect and to enjoy. Megalopolis has a great toy selection and my son loved everything.

Megalopolis was founded in 2014 and relaunched under new management in 2018. It is currently operated by brothers Ben and Matt Westover, who collectively have almost 30 years of experience in the toy business (and even longer as collectors).

Kid powered! The Kimber Verve is a three-wheel junior kick scooter with a stable design that means easy balance for new riders. The three-position handle bar adjusts to growing children. The Verve features soft rubber hand-grips to keep little hands in place, and PU wheels for smooth scooting. Lean from side to side to change directions. Stopping is easy with the rear foot-brake. The durable steel frame supports up to 44 lbs. / 20 kg. Assembled size is approximately 9.45″ x 21.65″ x 30.32″. Adult supervision strongly recommended at all times. Ages 3 yrs to 5 yrs.

3-in-1 Cuddly Fun is a handbag, muff, and plush dog. The Reindeer/Applehead Chihuahua will help keep hands warm and comes with a shoulder strap to wear around the neck or cross body. You can even use it as a cast cover (Note: this is not a medical device.) It has two zippered utility compartments for children’s precious valuables. The zippered compartment that is in the front could be used for a bus or library pass, chapstick, pens, etc. while the one compartment in the back would be the ideal spot for lunch money, house key, cell phone, etc. The soft microfiber polyester plush is easy to wash with mild soap and water, air dry, and you can iron out any wrinkles on a delicate setting. They conform to required safety standards and have a patent pending. 3-in-1 Cuddly Fun is a memory maker and forever friend for kids. Suggested age 5 – 8.

Nest & Thread Eggs” provides the child to experience threading in different levels while playing.

Like big bubbles, these eye-catching
beads appear to float, one inside the other.
Take the string and thread through
4 beads at once, or separate the beads and string 2 or 3 together.

Bright colorful trim makes it easy to find the holes.

The smART sketcher™ Projector empowers kids to turn photos from their smart devices into pictures!  By using the free smART sketcher™ app, pictures are filtered and transferred via Bluetooth to the projector. Instantly users will see their desired image projected onto paper and they can trace and color it like a pro. They can also choose to draw from a pre-loaded SD card that is filled with a variety of images and activities including step-by-step drawings, learn-to-write letters and numbers, early spelling skills, and more. Extension packs extend the play with themed pictures, letters, numbers, spelling activities, and even cursive writing. The smART sketcher™ Projector is available at major retailers, online and in store, including Target, Amazon, Walmart and Barnes & Noble. Ages 5+, MSRP $59.95.

Count down to learning with our new long & tall puzzle series. The 123 rocket ship puzzle features numbers and as you build the rocket you will find objects to Count that correspond to the numbers they are near. This jumbo puzzle has 51 pieces and measures 5 feet tall! ages 3+ years.

Help your roosters gather corn in this high low game of fowl fun! Rooster Race™ is a fun simple card game that suits all ages, from kids, teens, college students, parents, and grandparents. If you can count to 15, you can play Rooster Race™. The object of the game is to make educated guesses; to predict if the value of the top card in your card stack is higher or lower than the last card played by your opponent. If you have ever played war or blackjack, Rooster Race™ will be your next card game favorite for family game night!

Monkeys Up™ is the game that will have you going bananas! Players compete to get the best score by flipping, switching, and stealing monkeys. Each monkey has a value hidden under its feet that is only revealed when flipped. Victory will come to the player who switches, steals, and flips the best. You will find yourself laughing head over heels until all of your monkeys are up!

Players: 1-6

Ages: 6 to adult

Skills: Memory, Strategy

Contents:
18 Plastic Monkeys
1 Cube
Simple Instructions

Kids love to build, and the Techno Gears Construction Sets are the perfect way to encourage your little engineer and architect! With each set featuring more than 80 colorful construction pieces, only the imagination of a child can limit the possibilities! This product aligns with the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) standards. Requires two “AA” batteries (not included). Ages 6+ years.

This colorful set of three-letter and four-letter puzzle cards provides children with an introduction to spelling. They can learn to spell by associating the object with the word and correctly assembling the puzzle pieces. The puzzles are self-correcting – only cards with the correct sequence will fit together. Match It! Spelling is a fun and easy way to learn this necessary skill. Recommended for ages 4+ years.

Mighty Pig Tug™ is the wild game of pig tug-of-war. It’s the most prize championship of the year. The pigs, large and small, come together to test their strength against other pig teams in competition. Each player must build the best three-pig team, but watch out, pigs can be quickly pulled into the mud. It’s a simple strategy card game that suits all ages, from kids, teens, college students, parents, and grandparents.

Players: 2-6

Ages: 7 to adult

Skills: Logic, Strategy

Contents:
73 Playing Cards
6 Ropes
1 Mud Pit
Simple Instructions

 

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7 thoughts on “November’s Kids Product Roundup 2018

  1. (November’s Kids Product Roundup 2018) These Dragon Ball items from Megalopolis sound like a pretty neat collection of characters to collect. I honestly have never heard of them myself. Probably something for older boys to have. They do sound like a lot of fun.

  2. I liked and learned from the sponsor web site that they have the Miles Morales Spiderman collectable! That is very hard to find and my son and husband would flip over it!

  3. WOW! WOW! You get products sent to you daily! No wonder you can’t get to try all of them and do you get to keep them? These look like some fun and awesome products! You can start your own store!

  4. All of these, games are not only fun, but they put our skills and strategies to the test. These are the kind of games I want to buy for my family and friends. Thank you for sharing this information!

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