Two-year-old Kayla tries her darndest to get close enough to the Moon to grab it and take it home with her.
Knowing how to keep kids safe is never easy. Ideally, you'd want to provide as much realistic safety as possible without being disruptive or invasive, but that can be a hard compromise. This backpack may not be a compromise at all: it comes with princesses or Avengers on it and will also stop rounds from a .44 Magnum.
If you're sick of your kid borrowing your iPad or Galaxy Note whenever they want to do some kiddie stuff, perhaps it's time to get them their own tablet. Toys"R"Us has recognized this opening, and has introduced the Tabeo just for the younger set.
Americans think of Asia when it comes to getting our butts whipped in tech education, but here comes a new challenger. First graders over in the tiny European country of Estonia will soon prep to become the computer programmers of tomorrow, while most American children enter a flagging school system.
Most kids these days are addicted to texting, but if you want them to learn why is so much easier to simply talk to their friends, get them to try some of these ridiculous texting wristbands.
Maybe you have kids, or maybe you're close with someone who has kids, but either way you probably have to get some kids a gift during the holidays. Seems like an easy task at first, sure, but one step into a place like Toys 'R' Us can leave you having a panic attack in the middle of the stuffed giraffe aisle (I'm fairly certain this aisle exists). So why not go a step above: get the kids something that is fun and educational. Help them grow into being every bit the nerd you are (presumably, if you're reading our blog). Heck, if nothing else, you could get a first test-run at these presents, because most of them are pretty cool even if you can grow facial hair. Below, we've complied 15 of our favorite educational holiday gifts for geeky kids.
Kids like to play make believe by pretending to be authority figures like cops, so what better way to make that experience more realistic, than by giving them a a toy Taser so they can zap their friends.
Here's a video of a dad teaching is four-year-old daughter how to play Starcraft II. It is insanely cute. It's also pretty informative, for those of you looking to learn the basics of Starcraft II.
Tracking apps for phones are nothing new, but most of them require a computer to see where the other person is. A new iPhone app called Whereoscope make tracking much easier, and by working in the background, could allow for surreptitious snooping.
This Gym-Dandy relic from 1984 is the kind of thing I'd go bananas for as a kid. My parents, on the other hand, would take one look at that speeder bike swing and see it toppling the rest of the...