Lego bottle and lunch box
Brown-bagged meals and generic nylon lunch boxes can get dull and repetitious. The Lego Lunch Box might be just the thing to spice up your kids’ school lunches for the new year. Let your kids show their endless appetite for building with a block lunch box or a Lego water bottle, shaped like a Lego person, to keep their drinks cool all day. Lunch boxes cost $15.99 and the water bottle is $14.99. Available in Staples stores.
Mimoco My Little Pony flash drives
Mimobot “My Little Pony” USB flash drives includes favorite characters such as Rainbow Dash, Twilight Sparkle and Rarity, as well as a new “fan favorite” Mimobot. Mimobot is preloaded with bonus memory content that includes “My Little Pony” comic books, MimoByte sound software, and a suite of wallpapers, icons, avatars and more, all suited for even the youngest “My Little Pony” fans. The hand-numbered drives are available in sizes ranging from 8GB to 128GB. Available at www.mimoco.com for $19.95 and up.
Uncle Goose elemental blocks
ABC blocks can only entertain your little ones for so long until they lose interest. But, letting them stack hydrogen atop lithium will keep them curious and entertained, while learning new, scientific vocabulary. This set of blocks features the entire periodic table, including symbols and atomic numbers, represented on 20 nontoxic, hand-crafted wood cubes. Each block contains six element images with their atomic number, symbol and name. Costs $34 at unclegoose.com.