Hatchimals Sound Clip-On

A couple of years back kids went well and truly nuts for Hatchimals! Thankfully they are much easier (and way more affordable) to get hold of now. What we have here is a Hatchimals Sound Clip-On which is a fun way for a child to add to their Hatchimal collection or even start it off. These are a lot of fun as they are done in the blind box (well in this case Mystery Egg) style and a huge part of the fun is your child will not know which Hatchimal they are getting until they come out of the egg!

These smaller Hatchimals are super adorable and they make some fun and cute sounds. Also, they come with a little clip so they can be attached to their school bag or whatever they want so they can take their little Hatchimal with them wherever they go. There are 14 different Hatchimals to collect. The different kinds of Hatchimals that are in this set are, Penguals, Draggles, Bearkakeets, Owlicorns, and Burtles. These are a ton of fun and something and child will adore.


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Alice in Wonderland Labyrinth

These metal Disney puzzles have proven to be very popular. This Alice in Wonderland Labyrinth could very well be the best one these guys have done yet. These puzzles which are made by a company called, HANAYAMA are really cool in that they are not technically designed for kids. This is a level 4 puzzle so it packs quite the impressive challenge. The idea of the puzzle is simple in theory. You need to carefully move the pieces so that the puzzle can come apart. It is the kind of thing that sounds very easy, but it is actually far more difficult to do than you would think.

What makes this Alice in Wonderland Labyrinth puzzle so cool is that this is the kind of thing that you could easily imagine Alice having to do during her adventure in Wonderland. Of course, if you fail to complete this you do not have to worry about The Queen of Hearts coming after your head!


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PJ Masks Lenticular

There is not a parent around who does not mind their little ones being super fans of the pint-sized heroes in PJ Masks! Catboy, Gekko, and Owlette have become just as popular as The Avengers for many pre-schoolers and this awesome PJ Masks Lenticular Puzzle is a great way for any little PJ Masks fan to have some fun with their favourite characters.

While this is a “jigsaw puzzle” it is actually aimed at younger kids. The pieces are not too tricky to put together and there are only 24 pieces. It is a great way to get their minds working as they have some fun. There are two different designs to collect and the 3D lenticular effect is something that they will get a real kick out of. Also, this PJ Masks Lenticular Puzzle is under ten bucks so it makes for a great stocking stuffer, an extra gift on a birthday or even as something for doing well in school.


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Mickey and Minnie Keys

Now this is a really neat puzzle that is sure to get you thinking! These Mickey and Minnie Keys are a very fun Disney puzzle that is great for any Disney fan. The idea of these is that there is a key for Minnie and then there is a Key for Mickey. These keys when you first take them out of the packaging the two keys will be locked together which is kind of sweet as it is Mickey and Minnie after all. The person who has them in hand needs to try and position and move the keys so that they can separate.

This is something that sounds super easy and while it is fun to do this yourself. A huge part of the fun is hearing a friend or family member saying “that sounds easy” and then watching them struggle to do it. On the flip side of this, these keys are really, really cool. As a result, these are the kind of things that Disney fans would love to have on display with their collection.


  • Jason Delacey