Toys

On the Third Day of Christmas We Played Three New Games

Kids got the holiday jitters? We’ve got three games for you that are quick to learn, quick to play, and…

December 20, 2020

Puzzle Culture’s Subscription Box Is Perfect for Puzzle Fans

GeekMom Elizabeth reviews the Fall "Skeleton Garden" subscription box from Puzzle Culture.

December 18, 2020

Hornby Brings Traditional Toy Trains Into the Modern Age With Eurostar

Bring an element of international travel glamour to your holiday season with the Eurostar electric train set from Hornby.

December 11, 2020

No (Coding) Worries With the Matatalab Coding Set Home Edition

In our house the only way you can improve upon a toy is by making it remote control. If you…

December 1, 2020

Funimation: One-Stop Shop For All Your Anime Needs

Funimation is your one-stop-shop for all your favorite anime products including My Hero Academia, Dragon Ball Z, and more.

November 26, 2020

Challenge Your Mind with ThinkFun’s New Pocket Brainteasers

GeekMom Elizabeth review ThinkFun's new Pocket Brainteasers.

November 23, 2020

Having a Blue Christmas With Blue’s Clues

The new series from loveable Blue, Blues Clues & You! brings with it a whole new range of toys. The…

November 23, 2020

Delve Greedily and Deep With the Big Dig

If you lean more to Moria than Rivendell, then it might be time to dig a little deeper in your…

November 22, 2020

Family STEM Fun with Discovery Kids #Mindblown Solar Robot Creation Kit

GeekMom Elizabeth reviews the #Mindblown Solar Robot Creation Kit from Discovery Kids.

October 19, 2020

Magna Tiles: A Very Magnetic Caterpillar

The timeless magic of Eric Carle attracts a new generation through Structures Interactive Storytime Magnatiles. Your kids will be drawn…

October 19, 2020

Making Some Ghostly Friends With ‘Haunted Mansion: Call Of The Spirits’

Meet some friendly ghosts but avoid getting haunted. Stock up on your favorite Halloween candy and add this game to…

October 12, 2020

Come Little Children, and Play ‘Hocus Pocus’

Come little children and play a game with the Sanderson sisters, just don't get eaten before the sun rises.

September 22, 2020

My First Scalextric: A Fast-Paced Home Racing Set That’s Not Just for Kids

My First Scalextric: Looney Tunes is a small scale, themed Scalextric set aimed at younger children aged from three and…

August 19, 2020

GeekMom Review: ‘Jungle Cruise: A Voyage of Mystery and Misfortune’

If you have ever wanted to visit the backside of Schweitzer Falls, named for the backside of the famous explorer,…

August 3, 2020

‘Sproutword’: Where Horse Beats Equestrian in a Game of Words

If you love word games, you will love 'Sproutword,' a small batch game sustainably made in Devon, England. Bring your…

July 28, 2020

Mars Month: Build Your Own Cardboard Telescope Kit

Build Your Own Telescope is an eco-friendly kit that will allow you and your kids to put together your very…

July 20, 2020

Mars Month: Build a Rover with Remote Control Machines: Space Explorers

Remote Control Machines: Space Explorers is an engineering, robotics, & science kit that allows kids to build and control their…

July 15, 2020

Mars Month: Pepper Mint in The Magnificent Mars Expedition

The Magnificent Mars Expedition is a STEM kit that includes a story linking to experiments and activities you can do…

July 8, 2020

‘Kill Merlin’: Now With 100% More Orc Boogers

You have to love any game that includes the warning “Game involves treachery” and cautions about the quantity of Orc…

July 5, 2020

Young Builders Will Enjoy the Learn to Build Sports Set From Plus Plus

GeekMom Elizabeth reviews the Plus Plus Learn to Build Sports Building Set.

June 28, 2020