The Art of Hygge (And 5 Simple Ways to Achieve It)

the art of hygge. While there is no actual English word that directly translates hygge (pronounced hooga), it can be described as creating a warm atmosphere, embracing joy in simplicity, and spending time with good company. Sounds lovely doesn’t it? Try telling us you wouldn’t enjoy a little hygge in your life. With the cold temperatures and shorter days, now …

Science-Fair Fun

Is your child’s science-fair on the horizon? While the thought of a science fair project might not sound like alot of fun to some, remember that science-fair projects are meant to engage kids in topics they care about, in new and fun ways! Here are 9 tips to help your children get the most out of their projects! Advice for …

My First Bananagrams Game Review

Bananagrams brings a new, green Banana for the younger bunch in My First Bananagrams! Combine the letters into words and be the first to finish all your tiles to be crowned Top Banana! Cut to the Chase Lower-case letters encourage letter recognition Strengthens reading, and cognitive skills Can be played by different levels of readers Mini games to grow different …

Walls & Warriors Game Review

Be the ruler of your domain and protect your castle and knights from your enemies! Cut to the Chase 80 different challenges with increasing difficulty from Starter to Wizard Nurtures problem solving, strategic thinking, logic and concentration For a single player age 8+ The Big Idea The red knights are attacking your blue knights and castle! Choose one of the …

Dr. Eureka Game Review

The brilliant Dr. Eureka has important experiments for you to complete! Mix the molecules, master the formula! Cut to the Chase Brainteaser game that strengthens fine motor skills by pouring test tubes Encourages fine motor skills, visual perception, focus and attention, processing speed Pour the “molecules” back and forth in the test tubes to match the challenge card For single …