Little scientist’s experiments: Nail Science Lab & hydrographic printing

Mar 19 2017
During British Science week little scientist Diego was very busy learning new chemistry principles using a nail science kit, that has been brought out by the makers of Project Mc2 dolls aimed at girls. The pack is really good fun even for boys who have an interest in science and Diego proved to get on with this cosmetic chemistry experiment called hydrographic printing just fine although he was not interested in the end product, a decorative nail varnish.

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Toy Trends for 2017 – Top toyologists’ views on the latest releases including STEM & inspiring robotics

Mar 06 2017
The key trends for 2017 are STEM and awe-inspiring robotics, toys linked to key movie releases (of which there are some real corkers in 2017), collectibles plus the continual rise in board games and instant satisfaction games. The annual London Toy Fair offered a preview of the latest trends in the toy industry.Watch my interviews with top toyologists on the London Mums’ YouTube channel www.youtube.com/user/londonmums

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Mum’s the word at Product of the Year Awards 2017

Feb 02 2017
Product of the Year Awards 2017 have been the best to date for many reasons: the products were more family-focused than ever and I loved that, the entertainment exceptional with Rory Bremner clearly capitalising on the worst politicians the world has ever seen - his Trump impersonation was epic - the voice of Saara Alto (runner up at X-Factor 2016), a great dinner at the elegant Sheraton Grand hotel in London, and a very luxurious goody bag as a final perk at the end of an already special night.

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