Not long ago L was lucky enough to get the Schleich Wild Life 4 x 4 Vehicle to review and not only did he love it, I did too. So when he was asked if he would like to have a look at the Schleich Dino Set with Cave we were both really excited as we knew it would be great quality and a lot of fun. Continue reading Schleich Dino Set with Cave – Review
Last Thursday we were lucky enough to attend the opening of the latest attraction to be added to Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure. Predator High Ropes has been created replacing the old Zip Line and not just that there is now a new path down to the bottom end of the park and they have completely revamped the restaurant following a £2 million investment.
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L is a very lucky little boy. He doesn’t realise the extent of this. He looks forward to the postman arriving and he will ask the same three questions. ‘Is there a parcel today?’ ‘Is it a present for me?’ ‘Has it got wheels mummy?’ Usually I have to say I don’t know, but when I saw the box from Jazwares arrive I was safely able to answer yes to all three.
L and I have been playing with a new app based on the popular Dinosaur Train TV Series from the Jim Henson company, Dinosaur Train: Paint and Match by Kuato Studios.
This is an educational app with two game options aimed at children aged 5 and under, so perfect for L who is 3 years old. You can set up how long they are allowed to play for in the app settings before it will stop and won’t start again for an hour. Continue reading Dinosaur Train: Paint & Match App Review
However much I’d like to be able to take L to The Natural History Museum all the time, it’s just not practical. Thankfully the Natural History Museum Shop has some great options so that we can enjoy the fun at home.
We have been checking out the amazing Stegosaurus Hatching Finger Puppet which is £12 and a lovely First Colouring Book all about the Garden which is a bargain at £3.99. Continue reading Summer Fun from The Natural History Museum Shop