Tuesday, March 6, 2012
I love toys that encourage imaginative play. With my girls, we love to pretend we're in a fairy world with princesses and unicorns. But with my son, we like to go on grand adventures. Sometimes we're pirates on the high seas, sometimes we are climbing Mount Everest, and sometimes we're in the mist of a jungle on a wild safari. No matter what type of adventures your kids enjoy, the toys from Uncle Milton are a wonderful way to enhance your experience.
For our review, we received the 4 in 1 Navigation Tool, and my nine year old son thought it was awesome. This fabulous toy is part of their National Geographic brand, and its a wonderful way for kids to start on a journey of exploration right in their own back yards. It has a compass so they can learn their directions as they navigate the wild. There is a whistle to blow so alert others of trouble or to help them find each other in the vast wilderness. There is a signal mirror which captures the sun light and lets them signal friends, and even a thermometer so they know when they need to bring a sweater. All of this is on one handy tool that can be clipped right to a backpack or a pants loop. Its loads of fun and just the right size for an Easter basket!
In addition to the 4 in 1 Navigation Tool, Uncle Milton also offers many other wonderful toys featuring themes like Star Wars, Ant Farm, Dinosaur Train and more. Any of these toys encourage imaginative play would make a great gift this Easter season. To see all that this fabulous company has to offer, you can visit their website. To keep with with new products and promotions, be sure to follow them on face book or twitter. So what are you waiting for? Check out Uncle Milton's Toys today and get your kids geared up and ready to explore their worlds, both real and imaginary.
***Please note that I received no form of monetary compensation for this post. I did receive a sample of the product to try in order to write a fair and honest review. The opinions expressed in this review are my own and were not influenced in any way. ***