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Bigjigs Toys Play Patrol Mission 5

August 8th, 2016 | Posted by Lydia in Play Patrol - (0 Comments)
Green Toys Review

It is mission 5 out of 6 for the Play Patrollers and below we have all of the reviews, read on to learn about their experience with the toys including, musical toys, water play, books, sensory toys and rail.     For the love of great music this xylophone went down a storm with What …
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Ladybug home duck and stack a stick game Play Patroller

Bigjigs Play Patrollers have been busy blogging and vlogging for the latest Play Patrol Mission! This second round of toy reviews – mission 2! Read on for honest reviews from our Play Patrollers, everyone expects toys to be fun but when children learn and grow whilst playing its even better.  Read the reviews to see …
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Play Patrol 2016 Agents

November 17th, 2015 | Posted by Lydia in Play Patrol - (0 Comments)

Play Patrol 2016 Agents Thank you to everyone who sent in their applications, we have been inundated with applicants again, which we thank you for and it has a really been a tough decision to pick the final 6 for each category, but, we have selected our finalists, without further ado please see below if …
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Do you limit Screen Time?

October 22nd, 2015 | Posted by Lydia in Bigjigs Toys | Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

Do you limit screen time? It is a concern for many, a godsend for some and a pain for other. Interestingly, 87% of all of the parents surveyed, limit screen time. Over the past 10-15 years or so, many toy companies have integrated technology into toys. It is not unusual for technology to be a part …
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Bigjigs Top 10 Christmas Toys The poll is closed for Top 10 Bigjigs Christmas Toys, thank you to everyone who took part; many social media followers voted for their Top 10 Bigjigs Christmas Toys and Rail, Gowi Toys and Green Toys products. We are pleased to announce the Top 10.  Find these below, each with …
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Although they may not realize it, playing with toys is how children practice for growing older. The toys that parents choose for their children have a significant impact on many aspects of the child’s overall development, including his or her motor skills, cognitive function, social skills, and problem solving skills. Many progressive parents are carefully …
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Ever heard of the terms ‘smartphone parenting’ or the ‘techno-baby’? These terms are being increasingly common place in the UK whereby parents are often opting for smartphone devices and apps to keep their children entertained – they fit neatly into your pocket, are durable and provide hours of endless entertainment from games, to movies to …
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Ready, Set, Baaaaaaake!

October 25th, 2013 | Posted by Boggle in Bigjigs Toys | Cooking & Roleplay - (4 Comments)

Children learn best when they do not realise they are learning. It has been argued that ‘real’ learning does not take place in an artificial classroom environment, but through engagement and interaction with everyday tasks. As many of you know, Bigjigs HQ is often awash with tonnes of cakes and baked goods (mostly created by …
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Are Our Children Lazy?

November 9th, 2012 | Posted by Boggle in Bigjigs Toys - (0 Comments)

Yahoo yesterday released an article damning TV’s and Tablets for the lack of basic development skills amongst thousands of children. This is not a new debate but it is one that deserves serious consideration, and given our stance we thought we would comment. The article reads like this (minus the boring parts): Experts have suggested …
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