This set combines a fun construction toy with active play. It includes colorful interchangeable pieces to create sculptures that can then be tossed around and thrown on the ground both indoors and out. Watch OgoBild: Top-5 Video, Toy Fair 2010
Non-Trivial Quest challenges players by asking questions about all the things they need to know for real life- it's trivia that isn't trivial. For instance, what does one do with a computer one no longer needs? The cards have the question and provide the answer. Aimed at families and friendly groups, Non-Trivial Quest is educational and helps stimulate conversation. The first person to get to the finish line wins. The game includes 300 Questions & Answer cards, a game board, 2 dice, 8 pawn tokens, a card tray, and an instruction sheet. The categories include Health & Nutrition; Math, Science & Technology; Money & Economics; Law, Civics & Sociology; Computer & Internet; and History & Geography. For 2-8 players.
A new fashion accessory, these mom-invented loop charms can be looped around bracelets, zipper pulls, shoelaces, headphones, pencils and more. Kids can use them as toothbrush identifiers, and adults can use them as wineglass charms. Each pack includes 8 LoopEmz, with one extra large LoopEm per set. Themes include Nature, Ocean, Silly Faces and Texting Fun. Made of rubber.