We’ve got about a month left in summer, and so many cool toys and games to show you! Every Tuesday we’re posting new, awesome summertime gift ideas on our Facebook, but there are so many more. Here are some of our top summer picks you won’t find on Facebook to keep up the fun in the sun!
For Wildlife Lovers
Summer brings the most beautiful birds into our yards, so why not give them a spot to rest their wings? Spend the morning building and painting your own birdhouse and the afternoon birdwatching!
Calling All Astronauts!
Looking for your own launchpad? Create one in your own backyard with this awesome Stomp Rocket. All you have to do is connect the hose to the blast pad and jump on it to watch your very own rocket soar up to 100 feet into the air.
Kids are always chasing after those creepy crawlies at the park, so give them the book that has all the info they never knew they wanted. This kit holds fact cards, a book about the lives of bugs, and rebuildable models so they can create their own hybrid species!
With 46 large colorful pieces that magnetize to one another, the Magnetic Building Set is a great way to explore magnetics and gravity. Perfect for a rainy summer afternoon, kids interested in different shapes and colors will have hours of fun building and rebuilding their world.
There’s nothing cooler than going on a covert night mission. The excitement of hiding, your heart pounding in your chest as you creep around a corner in search of a clue or safe haven, crawling on your hands and knees to avoid getting caught! The only problem? Humans can’t see well in the dark! (At least, we can’t.)
All that is about to change with Spy X Night Mission Goggles. The ultimate spy tool, with dual LED light beams that can light the way for 25 feet, this spEYEwear (see what we did there?) will turn even the dullest evenings into high-speed thrillers.
Whether you want to play a game of capture the flag, go to the bathroom in the dark, go on a recon mission, or do basically anything else at night, this is the ultimate gadget.
These goggles are good for more than just night action though. A two-lens flip out scope makes this must-have gear for daylight hours. You never know, not every bad guy is going to wait until after sundown to strike.
No matter how old you are, you’re never too old to be Bond. James Bond.
Accept your mission here.
It’s giveaway time!!!
On Wednesday, August 8th, you could win a Mini Hornit bicycle light just by going on Facebook or Twitter! This awesome light will keep kids safe all night with 25 fun sounds and flashing lights.
All you have to do is follow us, “LIKE”, and comment on our giveaway posts on on Facebook or Twitter. We will choose the winners at random the same evening by replying to your comment. It’s really that simple. Except, of course, that it isn’t quite, because every good giveaway has some terms and conditions. Here are ours:
This competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administrated by, or associated with Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. If you enter one of our competitions, we will assume that you have read these rules and that you agree to them.
To enter our competition you must be a US resident, and 18 years old or over at the time of entry.
No responsibility can be accepted for entries that are not received for any reason.
The winner will be the entrant(s) selected at random by Wicked Uncle.
The closing date/time is as specified in each competition, and Wicked Uncle reserves the right to amend the competition end date at any time.
If you win a competition, we will notify you on the platform where you enter. If we cannot contact you or you do not respond within two weeks, we reserve the right to offer the prize to another competition entrant.
The prize cannot be transferable to another person.
No prize or part of a prize is exchangeable for cash, tickets or services.
If an advertised prize is not available, we reserve the right to offer an alternative prize.
Wicked Uncle reserves the right to amend these rules at any time. If we do this, we will publish the amended competition rules.
Woah, that was dull. But necessary! Here is a joke to make everything okay again:
My friend asked me to help him round up his 37 sheep.
I said “40.”