Monday, November 21, 2022

Numberblocks Stampoline Park Activity Set, by hand2mind - REVIEW

Nature/ Type:          Stamping activity kit to create your favourite Numberblocks characters!  

Rating:                     ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ 

Recommended age:  3 year-old ++   

Who would love this: Numberblocks fans (definitely!) / And any kids who love stamping activity 

If you have a kid like my 3-year-old who loves stamping away and creating one-of-a-kind artworks and prints, then you would love this “Numberblocks Stampoline Park Activity Set” by hand2mind (kindly gifted by Clover Street).

Why I love ❤️ this toy: 

(1) Create Your Favourite Numberblocks Characters - Any NumberBlocks fans here remember the episode about “Stampolines” and the adorable scene of the characters happily bouncing off from a “trampoline ink pad”, and stamping themselves against sheets of canvas? It excites us to see Hand2Mind has turned this cheeky invention from the famous Numberland into something that the kids of this planet can play with! Our 3-year-old whipped out the activity guide and stamped away excitedly, copying the unique features of each characters. The set includes 20 stamps (a face stamp and a square stamp each for every characters from 1 to 10), and 12 ink pads (10 NumberBlocks colours and 2 large ink pads - black and red - for facial features). Oh the fun we have creating curious “1”, yellow “3” with jester hat, and our ultimate favourite - Lucky “7” who is always so vibrantly colourful! We also got to create the all white “10” using a sheet of darker paper, which the girl thought was pretty awesome. 

(2) Mathematics & Numbers - I love the mathematics and counting theme. Just like in the episode, the kids learned that every big number is made up of “ones” - it all begins with one “square” stamp at a time! There are also bonus activity sheets that we can download from Hand2Mind website: you get to stamp the missing Numberblocks, complete the picture of “5 Frame Friends”, and test out how many different arrangements that a character can “shapeshift” into. I love the “learn by doing” method whilst exploring the wonder of numbers! 

(3) Carry Case - I love the handy and organised carry case with dedicated storage spaces for each item. The lids of the ink pads can be easily lifted up by little hands, and the ink is washable. 

(4) Versatile & Educational - Apart from building NumberBlock characters, these colourful ink pads, stamps and adorable facial expressions can be used for multi-purpose art and craft creations. I’m loving how versatile and educational this stamping set is! 

# Gifted in exchange for a review 

Where to buy this: 

Little Blossoms Toys (Australia) 

Enjoy the video! 

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