Martha Stewart shares tips on how to organize children’s toys in a functional and educational way.
Gak is back. I was ecstatic to find that out. You may remember playing with Gak when you were a kid. I used to collect it, and remember it being very slimy. It’d ooze and felt gross. It didn’t clump, it wasn’t dry, and it was way closer to a liquid than this new formulation.
From what I can remember, the color selection on the new Gak line is much better than it was when I was a kid, but they’re missing some of the special ones, like swirls (that ended up one color anyway). The smell is still the same, not that pleasant. Read more…
Two of my son’s favorite activities are playing on the computer and building with Legos.Â Lego Digital Designer lets him do both.
Lego Digital Designer is a free downloadable application that lets you create virtual Lego models. The pieces fit together just like real Lego bricks, which makes the interface very easy for young children to use. Read more…
This reinvention of the Rubik’s Cube of yesterday is a fun toy that promotes creativity, not frustration. Cubicuswas created in 1968 by Peer Clahsen and is now available from Naef, a toy maker from Switzerland.
Any design conscious mom (or child) is going to love the clean lines of Cubicus. The toy allows you to expand the cube and stack its parts to create interesting shapes. It starts out as a 4 inch wooded block that can be rearranged into may different shapes. The Cubicus can give your kid’s legos a run for their money.
Cubicus is available from Amazon: