I don’t know about you, but I am so excited for the upcoming holidays! I think that is because I have found some of the most amazing toys for my son, Braxton at Fat Brain Toys for Christmas. Even Santa himself cannot out-do the awesome gifts that you will find at Fat Brain Toys!
I would like to share with you a list of the fun toys that are under the tree for my lucky little one this year:
Cupcakes, ice cream, cake, swirled yogurt – They all come to life in all their tasty galore when you start molding with Sands Alive.
Press, pack, and feel – This strange substance is similar to sand only much, much better. It sticks together firmly, yet flows freely. It feels soft like flour, yet never sticks to your hands. A perfect hands-on toy for your child! (I cannot wait to get my hands on this soft fluffy sand!)
The classic from 1978 brings every bit as much fun and challenge today! Increase your memory, test your skill and challenge your friends. Simon is good to play anywhere – the car, doctors office, plane or right at home. Personally, I love Simon! My sister had one when we were little. I was so excited to see that Fat Brain Toys carried it and I ordered one for Braxton, although I will probably be stealing from him quite a bit. It is definitely an addicting game!
With a spinning sphere core on the inside and 4 spinning terrain disks on the outside, this puzzle will spark a cosmic revolution in your brain! Twist and turn the moonscape, both the outer terrain surface and the inner core, to match the 8 crater openings with the corresponding-size black dots. I think Braxton will love this hands-on brain teaser. It will really get him to exercise his thinking skills, which he will need during winter break.
Squigz Benders join Squigz imaginative construction. These Fun Little Suckers bend, twist and loop their way into creative play! Connecting to each other and to any solid, non-porous surface – Squigz are a species all their own. They flex. They stick. They suck people into creativity. I know Braxton will love Squigz Benders. He got to play with a set of them at a toy store and he could not keep his hands off of them. He stuck one to his forehead. It was so funny!
Geometric beauty and magnetizing play come together in Arx 2.0. With a nudge, handsome translucent crescents weeble, wobble and spin. Magnetic, they also attract and stack! A strong magnet rolls through each Arx piece, giving any builder the option of building in ways that defy common thought. Since Braxton loves magnets and also loves to build things, I think I have found a real winner with Arx 2.0. I can’t wait to see my child playing with this item!
These are just a few of the exciting toys that I have ordered from Fat Brain toys this year. I am confident that my child will love them!
To find the perfect gift for the lucky child on your holiday list be sure to check out Fat Brain Toys! Go to: https://www.fatbraintoys.com
Disclaimer: I received samples of these products to review and to keep. All opinions are my own.