Tall, slender tjure is, by outward appearances, the complete opposite of snorre; in character, however, the two brawlers are hardly distinguishable. He's constantly getting into disputes with snorre, but when it really comes down to it, he never fails his comrades. Vicky is a young boy who lives with his parents ylva and halvar, the village Chief, in the small Viking village of flake. He's no typical Viking boy: fearful by nature and not especially strong. Still, hell Viking village of flake. He's no typical Viking boy: fearful by nature and not especially strong. Still, he impresses with his pronounced intelligence, with which he is time and time again able to bring to bear on the seemingly hopeless situations the adults and his friends seem to keep getting into. Together with halvar and his crew of more or less ‘strong' men, vicky embarks on fresh adventures which are usually dangerous or fun.… read more
Originally touted as a tool to help kids stay calm and focused, the fidget spinner quickly took off as one of the most sought-after toys of the year. While your kids are probably very familiar with the standard spinners, these unique fidget spinners will catch their attention and make the perfect gift.
Your child is always studying the world around them. Nurture that desire to learn by exposing them to toys that teach and encourage their rapid growth! Check out these 12 playroom essentials that prove having fun and learning go hand in hand.
Adults are due for some much-needed peace and quiet as the Christmas craze fizzles out. To carve out some precious alone time this winter, design a space that will hold your kids' attention for hours a day. It should be a room that bursts with color and piques curiosity with a strategic variety of learning and play toys. To help you create this space we rounded up 10 playroom staples to help kids battle cabin fever while they're holed up inside on snow days.
From chews, gummies, and tablets to grape, cherry, and bubblegum, kids medicine comes in many forms and flavors. Brush up on your meds school for parents know-how and read on find out what you need to keep on hand for your sick kid (ages 2 and over), as it relates to everything from kids fever and cold medicine to sanitizers and air quality devices.
Your little baby isn't a baby anymore! Make sure you're prepared for the toddler years with gear and toys you didn't realize you needed for children aged one to three.
As your kids get a little bit older they can be harder to shop for. Don't settle for socks, impress them with these awesome Christmas clothing gifts instead.
Winter can feel long and boring for kids and parents alike when the weather prevents outside play. But with these fun board games, there's no need for the winter blues—get the whole family laughing and learning with family game night.
What's better than combining bath time and playtime? How about adding these bath toys in the mix. They make bath time a breeze!
Many kids with siblings often find themselves sharing a bedroom at some point in time. Although territorial disputes are inevitable, parents can implement a few design tactics in the kids' room to make family life in a compact home a little calmer. Use the following hardworking furniture and storage items to accommodate all of the kids in the room.
Subscription boxes are the perfect gift for the fun-loving kiddos in your life. With options including everything from science to cooking, kids will love receiving their very own monthly packages filled with fun activities and toys. Don't know which subscription to choose? Read on to discover 12 of our favorites.
From tubs and toys to soaps and shampoos, here's what your baby needs for a fun and soothing bathtime routine.
We all face the same post-holiday predicament. What are we going to do with those heaping piles of new stuff? The answer is in a New Year refresh we're all motivated to participate in. Enlist the kids' help in cleanup time with these savvy storage products from Houzz.
Homework can be a stressful affair for everyone involved. Juggling after-school activities, meal prep and housework, it often takes a village to get reading assignments, flashcards and worksheets completed at a decent hour. We've yet to find out how to make schoolwork magically disappear altogether, but we can tip parents off on how to make the situation more manageable. Here's how to create a quiet, supervised and streamlined area where kids can study at home.
Selecting an educational toy for children that keeps them engaged can be challenging. With the right tools, you can make the toy shopping experience a lot less stressful.
Bloomsbury Market Elephant 3 Piece Figure Set A creatively styled set including a zebrahead, giraffe and leopard. Manufactured usi...ng Acrylic, with the colorful design printed onto each piece. A uniquely different addition to your sideboard! Features:... read more
Craft Outlet Shabby Elegance Chenille Teddy Bear Collectible Figurine Features: -Material: Chenille fabric.-Gingham bowtie and jin...gle bells.-Great accent piece for any classic teddy bear lover.-Product Type: Figurine.-Style (Old):... read more
Zoomie Kids Furey Contemporary Dinosaur Skeleton Figurine Furey Contemporary Dinosaur Skeleton Figurine features a metallic black ...dinosaur skeleton sculpture made from solid iron material, designed in a minimalist black finish, features a sturdy... read more
Color: Black BIDKhome Resin Singing Robin Figurine (Set of 2) Features: -Material: Resin.-Theme: Animal.-Subject: Bird.-Product Ty...pe: Figurine.-Style (Old): Country/Cottage.-Style: Cottage / Country.-Theme: Animal.-Holiday Theme: No -Holiday:... read more
"Do you know Simba? you know who that is? Yes, that is correct! Simba is the Lion in "the Lion King ". The Lion is a big cat. The ...males and females look very different. The male has a mane, but the Lioness does not. Lions live in an extended family... read more
Chamois live in the entire Alps region, as well as in parts of the Balkans and the Carpathian mountains. They are even found in Ca...ucasia and Anatolia. The goat-antelope prefers to stay in the upper forest belt, but in the summer it often ventures further into the mountains. Whenever it is too disturbed further down, it disappears into the least accessible areas, from where it can visit the grassy outcrops between the rocks as day breaks. During the winter it retreats further into the woods. read more
Ylvi is vicky's cousin and is always extremely excited to hear vicky tell tales of his adventures when he returns from his seafari...ng voyages. Vicky is a young boy who lives with his parents ylva and halvar, the village Chief, in the small Viking village of flake. He's no typical Viking boy: fearful by nature and not especially strong. Still, he impresses with his pronounced intelligence, with which he is time and time again able to bring to bear on the seemingly hopeless situations the adults and his friends seem to keep getting into. Together with halvar and his crew of more or less ‘strong' men, vicky embarks on fresh adventures which are usually dangerous or fun. read more
An ibex climbs to heights of up to 3,500 meters in the Alps and thus lives between the tree line and the ice limit. In the winter,... it frequents lower locations than in the summer. It will sometimes come down to Graze on Alpine meadows in the summer as well, when it will again seek the heights at night. An ibex herd can consist of ten to twenty females and young animals. Parallel to this are the not yet fully grown Bucks, the so-called less-stable bachelor herd, and the old Bucks living alone. During the breeding season in December and January, the Bucks seek out the females and try to assert control over their herd. This leads to fights between the rival Bucks' The buck then remains with the herd over the winter and leaves it again in the spring. After five or six months, the kids are born in may or June. A kid can walk from its first day and will be suckled by the mother for one year. read more
Chameleon = artist of transformation! depending on its mood, the chameleon can change its color and shape. It doesn't use this cha...nge for camouflage. Instead, when it is afraid it turns mostly black and in stressful situations it turns a lighter color. When the chameleon looks for a partner, its body becomes very colorful. Their favorite foods include insects and grasshoppers. They get fluid either from the plants or from licking the morning dew from the leaves. read more
The extensive burrow system of the Marmot consists of escape tunnels and a separate permanent burrow. Not every burrow is finished... and used. It can therefore often be difficult to differentiate these from each other, because there are also Dead-end passages or "toilets." the passages can reach a length of 10 to 70 meters. Marmots leave their burrow by day and are mainly active on the ground. They primarily feed on grasses and herbs, with fruits, seeds and insects being a less important part of the diet. The Marmot genus consists of 14 species. Marmots are essentially dwellers of cold steppes. Our Alpine Marmot, which today lives in mountainous regions beyond the tree line, was found only in the European lowlands during the ice ages. With the end of the ice age, the only suitable habitat was the high Alpine locations in the Alps. read more
Coconut the little Dragon experiences with his friends on Dragon Island day after day many exciting adventures.
Donkeys are smaller than horses, but have larger ears. People have bred the Donkey from wild donkeys. In the past, donkeys were us...ed as riding animals and to tow vehicles. Later they were replaced by horses. Interestingly, a Donkey can reach up to 50 km/H. The Donkey can go much longer without water and food than the horse. At birth, the Donkey foal is about 10 KG. Immediately after birth it can run and wants to play. read more
Do you have a pet? Yes?! maybe a rabbit? some people do not distinguish between hares and rabbits, but a Hare is much larger and h...as much larger and longer ears. When hares sense danger, they press themselves to the ground and do not move. They only flee at the very last minute. They can move at up to 70 km / H and jump up to 2 m high. So what do they do if a pond is in the escape path? are they then delivered to the enemy? do not worry, hares can swim very well. They love to eat grass, leaves, bark and fruit. read more
Beavers are the second largest rodents in the world. They are real landscape architects: they build forts and dreams, dam streams,... and cut down trees. In the process, they create new habitat for plants and animals. The typical characteristic of the Beaver is its flattened, hairless tail. Its thick fur is also particularly striking: the skin on its front holds 23,000 hairs per square cm, while its back holds some 12,000 hairs per square cm. On a human head grows only 300 hairs per square cm. This thick brown fur keeps the Beaver warm and dry for hours in the water. Their valuable fur meant that Beavers were once ruthlessly hunted, almost to extinction Beavers need water – they live on and in slow-flowing and standing waters of at least 1.5 m Depth. Beavers are loyal companions– they live together with their partner for a Lifetime. read more
The wisent, also known as the European Bison, is a species of wild cattle. Wisents appeared in the primeval forests of Southeaster...n, central and western Europe until the early middle ages. The wisent can be found there only in small groups as a herd animal. A typical herd size is 12 to 20 animals. These consist of cows and young animals. Bulls that are sexually mature stay with the herd only during the rutting season. The American Bison is the nearest relative to the wisent, and they can be crossbred without problems. The wisent was in acute danger of extinction during the 1920S. The last wild wisent was shot in the Caucasus in 1927. All wisents to be found today are descended from only 12 wisents cared for in zoos and vivarium's. read more
Moose live in coniferous, deciduous and mixed forests. Because they like to eat marsh grass, they live only in areas with lakes an...d swamps. They also eat buds, leaves, twigs and bark. Did you know that Moose are ruminants? do you even know what a ruminant is? no?! the Moose regurgitates its food several hours after eating it and Chews it thoroughly before it is finally digested in the stomach. The male Moose is called a bull and the female Moose is called a cow. read more
Do you know the pink Panther? Yes, exactly, the character from the cartoon. In nature, the Panther is not pink, but black. The Pan...ther belongs to the Leopard family. Panthers are very shy. They are active in the early morning or late evening. Above all, they are very adaptable and can be found in almost all kinds of habitats. From the jungle to the mountains, the Panther is at home. Like the Cheetah the Panther is a loner. He has a particular area in which he goes hunting. To avoid having other Panthers in his territory, he marks it. Do you know how he does that? no?! he marks with feces and urine. The other Panthers smell it and know that the area is already taken. read more
Coconut the little Dragon experiences with his friends on Dragon Island day after day many exciting adventures.
Maru the forklift truck works as a mechanic at Piston peak air base. He's a friendly guy with a peculiar sense of humor. Maru has ...been here for years – you can tell this from his clutter hangar. Because money for spare parts is scarce, it comes in handy quite often that so many old parts are lying around on his shelves — and he always declares that they're even better than new parts. read more
Tiger = evil! most people think that way. Just because it is a carnivore, doesn't mean the Tiger is evil. If you could see how muc...h he loves his family, you'd think differently. Tigers are loners. The males and females live separately and only meet at mating time. The baby remains in the womb for 100 days. For the first 5 - 6 weeks the Newborn is supplied with milk and then the mother feeds it with prey. Tigers are also very lazy. Even if they go hunting, they don't Chase after their prey. They use their brains, like when they hide on the riverbank where they know the animals come to drink. read more
Where does the Panda live? do you know? the Panda lives in China. It will never leave China because that is the only place where i...t can find its favorite food, bamboo! it eats up to 20Kg of bamboo per day. Besides bamboo, it also eats other plants such as gentians and crocuses. Panda babies are very tiny. They weigh just 90-130 g. Their skin is white at birth, but they develop typical Panda coat pattern after four weeks. They are weaned from their mother for up to 5 months, until they take on solid foods. The panda's coat is especially unique. Due to the large contrast between black and white, the outline of its body is hard to define. This makes them very well camouflaged in the day and they don't have to constantly worry about attacks from predators. read more
Do you know why this animal is called a budgerigar? no?! the term betcherrygah was used by indigenous people of the liverpool plai...ns (part of the north-western slopes of new South Wales in Australia). the word budgery itself, also spelt boojery, was formerly in use in Australian English slang meaning "good". the budgerigar is also informally nicknamed "budgie". the natural habitat for the budgerigar is the savanna, grasslands and open grassy areas. They are frequently kept as pets. Do you have one in your room? Yes?! what do you feed it? a food mixture from the pet store? if they are kept as pets, they need sorghum, Oats and various seeds. If you buy their food from the pet store, then you can make sure they have everything they need in your diet. Don't forget that they need to drink a lot. When they live in the wild, they also eat insects to get enough protein. read more
Radiator Springs' resident hippie Fillmore is an easy-going, peace-loving 1960S Volkswagen van. And as his friend and Neighbor Ser...ge likes to say, "once a hippie, always a hippie." at his popular shop Fillmore's Organic fuel, Fillmore brews his own fuel, which he sells with bohemian accessories like tie-dyed mud flaps. But when he learns that the world grand Prix will be run exclusively on the alternative fuel allinol, Fillmore closes up shop and signs on as the fuel expert for team lightning McQueen. read more