I’m no big fan of Australiana. Call it a big, fat case of cultural cringe, but there’s always been something inherently daggy to me about toys and other things emblazoned with kangaroos, koalas and the like. But stone the flammin’ crows, if Ozzilla hasn’t changed all that.
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I’m sure the majority of us have been stung by the JibJab bug – you know. the rather endearing personalised videos that make you the star (usually as a dancing elf). Come and take a look at what the clever creators have come up with for parents and kids.
It’s the summer holidays, which means there is every chance my six-year-old will forget a huge chunk of what he learnt at school last term. Or perhaps you have a small person starting school in the new year and eager to get started – either way investing in Little Tyro is a worthwhile buy indeed!
When my oldest son first began identifying colours, no outing was complete without him pointing out approximately one thousand things that were brown (brown being his favourite colour!). Harness that colour curiosity with a new app aimed at toddlers.
I’m not sure how to open this toy review in a way that can possibly do it the justice it deserves. All I can say is if you have a little girl, or know a little girl, then you need to check this out.