Kids and frozen tasty concoctions go hand in hand all summer long, and these frozen gem ring pop molds just rock. Get it? PUN!
How stylin’ would your little guy be in this sweet number? Seriously. This striped shirt from Tea Collection is completely adorable.
This actually just reminded me to put it on my calendar, and plan out a couple of recipes I want to make with the kids from fresh, organic, locally-grown yuminess. How cute would your kids be toting around their very own “strawberry” tote bag, after you’ve read through the included booklet about farms and they wrote out the list on their special notepad?
I’m always on the lookout for toys to keep my kids active and burning off energy, and this little fella caught my eye. We have plenty of hula hoops and jump ropes lying around, but this turtle target game is something that would appeal to both my 10 year old and 3 year year old.
Last week, Fen scored a pair of binoculars from her grandparents, and she’s had her eyeballs pressed up against them non-stop. This pair from Land of Nod comes with a carrying pouch and are rubber-coated to help weather all those inevitable falls.
LOVE! Kiwi Crate has always been a favorite of mine, and check this out: They have a Summer Discovery Pack for the months of July, August and September. Each month your kids explore a different theme, including activities for nature, water, and flight. The floating sailboat and kite-making kits look especially fun.
Summer craftiness doesn’t get much cooler than this Ice Pop Garland Kit from Paper Source. They can also be used to make place cards which is an excellent pre-meal activity for kids.
I’m pretty sure you would have the coolest kids on the block if they had their own pulley system that ran up to their treehouse or a backyard tree. This is science + play in action, and a beautiful product, from Haba Toys.