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We put a huge emphasis on creativity in our house. Fortunately, we have two girls that have always loved being creative so it works well for our family.
The girls have an entire cabinet full of supplies for stoking their creative interests. And then we have tons of other supplies tucked around the house too 🙂
We recently picked up a new building toy set that won the 2016 Toy of the Year Award for Activities to inspire their creativity even more. Bunchems are colorful little balls that stick to each other so you can build unique creations that are only limited by your imagination.
You just squish them together and they stick to each other. So you can create fun creatures and anything else you can dream up.
And they come apart easily so you can make new creations over and over again.
The girls spent quite a bit of time over the last week making new creations to show me! I love when toys can capture their attention and imagination.
The new Bunchems Alive brings a new dimension to the traditional Bunchems building sets. They come with a motorized Stick’em Ball so you can bring your creation to life. Just build your creation, flip the switch and set it down and you can watch it come to life. Both of the girls thought it was hilarious to watch their creations bounce around.
One of the things I love about Bunchems is that they are easy to clean up because they stick together. It makes it a lot easier for the girls to clean up after themselves without complaining.
If you’re looking for a fun new building toy set to inspire creativity in your children, check out Bunchems Alive.
Make sure before your child starts playing with Bunchems that their hair is pulled back out of their face. If they have long hair, I recommend putting it into a pony tail. You don’t want Bunchems sticking in your child’s hair so make sure to take this precaution every time they play with Bunchems.
In addition, it’s recommended that you play with Bunchems on a hard surface to avoid entanglement on any fibrous surfaces, such as carpets. If you allow your kids to play with them on carpets like I did, make sure they know not to mash them into the carpet or they will tangle with the carpet. My girls were careful and we didn’t have any problems.
Have your kids played with Bunchems?
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