Posts Tagged ‘Games’

maileg princess & the pea set

Monday, December 9th, 2013

dandelionKIDS holiday gift guide graphicmaileg princess & the pea setSuch a charming game…find out if she is truly a princess…does she toss and turn on her fluffy bed? The most popular Maileg item, this beautiful Princess and the Pea set will be a treasured toy and a keepsake.

Age: 3 Years+ Size: 30.5cm H x 30.5cm W The Maileg collection has a unique authentic look and touch created by designer Dorthe Mailil. The collection emphasizes contemporary season concepts within decoration for Christmas and easter and a separate collection for children.

Holiday Gift Guide – Puzzles and Games

Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

Ho ho ho! Who doesn’t love making puzzles and playing games over the holidays?

We’ll be publishing even more of our yearly Holiday Gift Guides over the next week to help make this busy time of year a little less busy. We’ve got fantastic clothing, shoes, wooden toys, art supplies, books and much, much more for boys and girls from newborn to 10 years!

So… if you’re looking for a the best holiday presents for the kids on your list – look no further!

Dandelion KIDS Gift Guide Puzzles and Games


A fun and festive assortment of items perfectly suited for children of all ages!

As seen above: Djeco Animal Parade 36-piece puzzle, Hape ABC Wooden Letter Puzzle, Wooden Farm Peg Puzzle, Maileg Princess and the Pea, and Djeco Miao & Co Wooden Block Puzzle.

All products can be found online and in-store at either of our locations.

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Introducing the AppCrayon Stylus for Kids by Dano

Monday, December 19th, 2011


Now that your iPad is really your child’s iPad, it’s pretty brilliant… a crayon with unlimited potential! No more sticky finger marks to name but one. Try it with your child’s favourite app!

The AppCrayon Stylus for Kids works with over 300,000 apps and is compatible with iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Motorola Xoom, Galaxy Tab, and many more. Featuring a training grip, designed by Kindergarten professionals to help kids practice holding writing implements correctly. Enhances many apps, including writing, drawing, sketching, and tapping apps. These also make great stocking stuffers! They come in red, oranage, green, blue and pink. We also love that they are made in the USA.  Available in store and online.



Free Rice: Have Fun, and Feed Hungry People

Tuesday, August 18th, 2009


Free Rice

Do you remember spending hours at a time playing Tetris? How it was kind of relaxing and slightly stressful at the same time?  And when you went to sleep at night, your mind was still fitting those little blocks into place? Well, I have found my adult equivalent and it’s even better! It’s It allows me to help better the world, just 10 grains of rice at a time, and also enrich my vocabulary. The Tetris part is that I can’t stop (which ultimately is a good thing) and when I do finally stumble off to bed, there are all sorts of obscure words floating around in my head (which I suppose is also a good thing).

Here’s a little more info:

FreeRice is a non-profit website run by the United Nations World Food Program with partner, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.

FreeRice has two goals:

1. Provide education to everyone for free.
2. Help end world hunger by providing rice to hungry people for free.

This is made possible by the generosity of the sponsors whose names you see on the banners at the bottom of your screen. When you enter a correct answer, they pay for the rice that gets donated.

FreeRice does not make any money from this. It is run entirely for free and at no profit. All money (100%) raised by the site goes to the UN World Food Program to help feed the hungry. Sponsors make all payments to the UN World Food Program directly.

Though 10 grains of rice may seem like a small amount, it is important to remember that while you are playing, so are thousands of other people at the same time. It is everyone together that makes the difference. Thanks to you, FreeRice has generated enough rice to feed millions of people since it started in October 2007.

Have fun playing!
– Stefanie