We recently received a bunch of really fun toys and games for my five year old! Little Pnuts is a toy subscription company for children. For a small fee, they deliver educational, organic, and sustainable toys for your child to enjoy each season. I was anxious to see what they were all about, and they did not disappoint! When the box came in the mail with the above items, my girls were overjoyed! They couldn’t wait to open their box and see what was inside.
This first game was a total hit. We sat around as a family and played this game which was very similar to “I Spy”. Each player had five cards and the goal was to match one of your cards with one of the objects on one the big cards. First player to get rid of all their cards won! Easy peasy. Which is totally how it needs to be for a five year to have fun 🙂 We have played this game multiple times so far and it’s even enjoyable for adults!
Oh man. Wooden toys are the BEST! My girls LOVE this farm. The pieces in this set are sturdy and look great! Upon opening this toy, they played it non-stop for days. They fought over who got to play the girl (obviously!) but I was pleased that it came with so many animals! I am all for kids pretending and learning to use their imagination, and this little toy set does just that.
The Wiggling Cow was the last game we opened, and it too was very cute and a lot of fun! You use the little pitch fork to take out the little piles of hay/grass under the cow without knocking the cow over. Got the kids using their fine motor skills and NO ONE wanted to be the one to knock over the cow 😉
I feel like one of the coolest parts about each game was that it came with the instructions in different languages, so we had to look for the English instructions to play. It was neat to get to show my girls that other kids from different countries can play these games too and they would learn about how to play by reading in their own language. My oldest thought that was so interesting!
This subscription would be a wonderful gift for the mothers-to-be in your lives, birthday presents, or a way for grandparents to send their grandkids a surprise from time to time! I highly recommend them and suggest it 🙂