Zoob building pieces.
I was supposed to be doing some long-overdue home bookkeeping for the rest of the day (receipts and bills have already piled up and needed to be cleared off my desk and dresser -- the same cluttered desk I wrote about before) but instead, indulged in their dramatics and be a willing audience. Since my boy will be back to school tomorrow, the Quicken can wait 'til then...I wouldn't want to miss this playtime!
40-pc. travel pack, but I know it costs more than P1,000.00 then (approx. $20.00+). Now, it's only $14.95* at Amazon.com! Here are the features as listed on the site:
- 40 Colorful ZOOB Pieces, Expandable & Compatible with All Other Infinitoy ZOOB sets
- 3 Instruction Guides, for Basic Connections & 14 Creations
- Soft Foam Play Pad is Great for Building on the Go!
- Durable PVC Travel Pouch with Carry Strap
- Recommended Age Range 6 to 10 Years
They always like to get comfy on our king-sized bed, and for the afternoon, my girl and her "Prowl" is battling the "evil forces" with "Ultra", my boy's fighter robot. As they engage with their imaginary aliens, sliding up and the down the terrain, a.k.a. dad's pillow, hiding in the cave (under the comforter) and finally, giving their warriors some rest while singing classical music from Little Einstein! I got confused there for a moment.
I very much wanted to show you a short live action sequence as I took several video clips of their adventure in robot-land, but I still haven't figured out how to upload a video in this blog. The photo above is just a still shot of one of the video clips. Any quick tutorials out there?
The boy and the girl went back to get their "warriors" after dinner, and once daddy came to play, they left me with this...maybe a flower pot of sorts?
Here's Part 2 of this fun afternoon with the kids! :)
* Listed price as of date posted. Click on link for current pricing from Amazon.com.