Skip to main content

product review for shopkins

not for children under 3
prices vary depending on store and what pack you get

Shopkins are collectible small toys that resemble items you would find at a store.
Their is 148 to collect or trade,some are rare and some even have sparkles~ They also come in shopping bags or baskets, witch is good for storing them away. (shopping bags shown here, baskets are not)
They are very cool toys and can be combined with other toys for play time.
My daughter added taffy & a pup to play but barbies or anything like that would be a great combination for these toys.
The shopping cart that came with 2 shopkins was nicely done. It's big and can easily fit 24 shopkins. Also the front seat in the shopping cart moves so if you have more then one shopping cart you can stack them just like a real grocery store!
In the end I highly recommend this toy, and we will add to our collection for sure~

Here is their official commercial to see more~https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5iyn

Oeo_-g

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Black cat hand prints

Organizing for summer cheap!

Recently I made my way to my local dollar store(same as Poundland in UK) and I am so happy I did. There was so many bins and buckets in many colors. So here is how I cleaned up my kids summer toys. For small balls, chalk, and bubbles I grabbed 3 small bins as seen above. For water toys I grabbed a big blue bin and I made sure all bins I bought had holes rather they were for wet toys or not. We got small bugs in our storage room and I am hoping the holes would kept bugs from setting up home in the bottom of the bins. Some other ideas we like to use but have not yet are... Trash bin for bigger balls or large shoe rack works too Clothes hamper for pool toys & Mesh bag for sand toys Before we really even got some what organized we use to use crates but I found that with many kids going threw creates to find certain toys it quickly got messy so I really like the idea of having bins for certain toys. I also like that the bins are smaller then the crates we were using so that the smalle…

Fizzing planets

I am sure I said this before but this really was one of my personal favorite actives. It came out amazing and my son loved it. Would for sure do this again. 
So it is simply called fizzing planets. You mix a little bit of water in baking soda and add food coloring to color it like the planet you choose. I went by a simple google picture to color the planets and then I realized I got some wrong but we also had a book to look at and read to see some real colors.  Once you make your planets let them cry for a couple of hours. You can place them in the freezer to speed this up. 

Then slowly pour vinegar over the planets to see them fizz! It started to look like a Galaxy then in the end it ended up looking like one big planet.





So neat!