Month: March 2015
Nutty Putty is not just for children.
Oh yes, Nutty Putty is not just a great educational product for children, it is also a great way for an adult to show their creative side. You can make anything such as coasters or even designer cutlery. We mixed a few different colours together, shaped it on the […]Read More
Promoting a child’s development using the right toys.
It is without doubt that we are living in a high tech era and we have witnessed a boom in the electronic toy industry, it is here, and throughout the toy industry generally that the word “educational” is mentioned more and more often. Whilst some do genuinely have educational benefits, […]Read More
Our latest themed box sets will be with you shortly. They will include, a bag set, pouch set, bathroom set, necklace set, aeroplane set, car set, wrist band set, dinosaur set. Here is a sneak preview of some of the themes and what you can make.Read More
Sponge Bob The Musical
We have just heard that the SpongeBob musical is in development for potential Broadway run so in view of this and to say congratulations to Spongey we decided to Nutty puttyfy him! Take a look at our clip.Read More
Interesting Facts About Toys
The word “toy” comes from an Old English word meaning “tool”. It takes 63 feet of wire to make a Slinky. Slinky was invented in 1945 by Marine Engineer, Neil Tollotson. On Sesame Street, Bert’s fish were named Lyle and Talbot, presumably after the actor Lyle Talbot. The name “Crayola” means “Oily Chalk” in French from the combination of “craie” (chalk) and “oléagineuse” (oily). All […]Read More
LEARNING THROUGH PLAY. Albert Einstein once said “That is the way to learn the most, when you are doing something with such enjoyment that you don’t notice that the time passes.There is nothing old fashioned with a product that does not require a battery and allows a child to imagine, […]Read More