In preparation for the Twitter party we were sent a box of My First Crayola goodies to try out and review. The My First Crayola range has been designed specifically for little hands and the developmental stages that they may be at. From the palm grip of a 12 month old to the traditional grip of a pre schooler Crayola have created products so that kids can really get their art on.
Spike has always been a fan of soft toys. Quite often he can be found walking around with one under his arm and he sleeps with the whole cast of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse every night. Recently every time we have gone into town he has started squealing with excitement at the sight of the Build a Bear Workshop store so when we were asked if we would like to review the Build a Bear experience I couldn’t turn it down.
Both Spud and Spike adore their Micro Scooters. Just when they thought they couldn’t get any better they were introduced to the Micro Scooter accessory range.
One thing you should know about the range is that it is HUGE. I was going to list everything that they had to offer but instead will point you in the direction of the accessory section on their website where you can see for yourself the massive amount of choice for pimping a ride.
“Tree Fu Tom join the fun,
Come along now everyone,
Move with Tom, he needs you
To save the day and do Tree Fu
Tree Fu go!”
On Tuesday 19th February between 4-6pm there will be a Twitter Party using the hashtag #TreeFuTomToys. You are invited to join in the fun and games with chances to win some fab prizes from the new Tree Fu Tom toy range.
When our party box arrives I will write another post detailing what you can expect to see at the party! Make sure you follow us on Twitter, we hope to see you there!