Here comes the Parade! That is GoldieBlox and the Parade Float. Just like any Parade, we have been looking forward to the launch date of this event for a while.
This is certainly one parade that will not disappoint. It is the long awaited partner to GoldieBlox’s Ruby and friends. What a wonderful partner it is. Ruby and Katinka must use all their skills to compete in the upcoming princess pageant with the hopes of riding in the town parade.
Whilst the theme is centred on the competition, the lessons learned focus on true friendship and creativity. Showing that this is far more important than any pageant or parade.
Centred on the biggest event in the whole year. The miss princess pageant finally arrives in town. Whilst competing for a chance to ride in the town pageant there can only be one winner to ride on the princess float. Without spoiling the surprise, too much Ruby wins the princess parade and is chosen to ride on the float. Katinka, who is a beautiful little dolphin, by the way is understandably disappointed.
Ruby is a good sport and does not want to make anyone feel bad. So she Goldie and Katinka set about working together to build a float for the parade. Each step of the way they work together learning how to engineer the podium first and then the float. Katinka, Ruby, and Goldie working as a team towards the day of the parade.
However, at the very last minute they find out they have no one to pull the float along, what will happen next? Well, that part of the story we will not spoil for you.
Needless to say we love this series, and we love this game. Katinka, Ruby and Goldie are wonderful friends, and the skills your daughter will learn by playing are extensive.
Your child will develop her spatial skills (the ability to understand and solve problems, of physical spaces, shapes, or forms). Your child will learn engineering principles, and how to solve problems, whilst also learning how to work towards goals.
We feel it is the perfect little girl’s toy, and it is compatible with all the GoldieBox range.
It comes with nine different design ideas, a DIY project, and unlimited building possibilities.
It is a great toy for helping your daughter build confidence, and is suitable for 4+ up.
We love this range because we feel it offers little girls something that only boys once had access to. It is fun, and it helps your child learn. The great part is they will be having too much fun to realise they are also learning.
We are pleased to introduce you to GoldieBlox Dunk Tank. One of the newest additions to the award-winning, global phenomenon toys of 2013.
In case you missed it, the GoldieBlox range is a range of games for little girls, which expose them to engineering skills. They have been a worldwide success. There has not been another product on the market (ever) that helps bridge the gender gap like this one.
The GoldieBlox games themselves are immense fun for everyone. The newest edition to the range is the GoldieBlox Dunk Tank. This story is about Goldie’s dog Nacho, who well like any dog, plays in the mud, and likes to stay dirty.
Goldie and her friends need to ensure Nacho is clean by the time of the carnival. They must build a dunk tank that has hinges and levers, so they can clean Nacho by the time of the carnival.
The GoldieBlox Dunk Tank comes with a storybook; that is part of the GoldieBlox book series. Although your daughter and her friend will need to read along and devise a plan to get Nacho clean on time.
GoldieBlox Dunk Tank helps build your daughters spatial skills and engineering principles. Growing her confidence through problem solving. It comes with three design ideas so your little girl will not be lost for options to solve the puzzle of Nacho the dirty dog :).
So there are unlimited building possibilities, a bit like life as there is always more than one answer. Your daughter will, of course, love solving the Nacho riddle and ensuring this puppy takes his bath. GoldieBlox Dunk Tank toy is compatible with the whole GoldieBlox range.
It is suitable for girls aged 4 to 9 and do not be surpassed if your son, or little boys also want to play with Nacho and the Dunk Tank.
We love this range for many reasons. Firstly it is the first engineering toy for girls, exposing them to this field of work. It is a wonderful way to develop motor skills, and problem solving. It helps them understand the benefit in creating something that helps others. Even if at this stage it is only Nacho the dirty dog, and last but not least it is fun. Because learning should be fun.