Museum of London shop, one for the mini mod of your life
Science Museum Shop, What a bright idea – recycled light bulbs turned into vases.
Bluetooth Ferrari Enzo from the Science Museum shop
Is it the fact that tail lights light up? Is it the Ferrari-like handling? Is it the fact that you steer it from an iPhone by turning it in your hands like a steering wheel? Whatever, this gizmo turns any man into a grinning five-year-old instantly.
astounding, high-tech features on this 50’s style tin robot. Includes 2 light up ray guns, a rotating body and a small red light on his head. From the Science Museum Shop.
This build-it-yourself robotic dust robot will autonomously sweep up detritus – or at least move it around a bit – whilst amusing your sibling with bobbly eyes.
USB-powered speaker plugs in via 3.5mm jack and then dishes out songs and nostalgia
This wooden stacking train from the National Railway Museum offers bright, bold and colourful play for little ones. A sorting and stacking toy providing learning linked to colour and shape coordination. Traditional toys like this are increasingly important
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A fun twist on the classic wooden block stacking game. These wooden blocks are shaped like bones – make sure you don’t let them crumble to the ground! Wooden bone shaped blocks in cardboard box packaging. To see the full article click here.