Warning: You are about to enter a world that is very George Jetson. (I think I may have just dated myself 😉
If you have kids, no matter how much or how little tech you use at home, chances are they intrinsically know how to use a touch screen device. They learn it by osmosis these days.
If you have an iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) or iPad, then your app world just got a little larger.
Cypher Kids Club has created 3 decks of super funky, super futuristic interactive 3D cards.
You can read my full review of this super cute new ‘tots art start’ art kit from Alex Jr.’s new line on the Alex Toys Blog (I’m a guest blogger–yay!).
I am also excited to be able to give away one of these kits to help you get your budding artist started!
**Disclaimer: I received a sample product to facilitate my honest review**
It is hard enough to have a kid these days, what with all of the gear that seems to automatically come with them. Add to that they stress of a constant flow of product recalls, and a well-meaning parent could really lose her mind!
Have the safety regulations that were in place when your first child was born completely changed now that you're about to have #2?
For once, a large conglomerate seems to have the consumers' back.
I think I have a genetic predisposition to harbor school supplies of all sorts. Look in my closet, my mom' s or my grandmothers and you will find a wide array of clips, pens, paper…the list goes on. Glue dots were a new one for me, though…and they will definitely be earning a place in my supply drawer!
Since I bought my 4 year old his first glue stick a couple of years ago (actually, a twin pack, natch) he has been hooked on the idea of gluing stuff together. He is such a prolific collage-maker, that everywhere you turn in my apartment you may very well bump into one of his 'projects.'