Max Flex RC glow in the dark racers by Skullduggery!

Cars… a classic toy.. am I right??

Well this set is anything but classic, but in a good way of course! This set sure steps it up!

Skullduggery, the mind behind this madness, has launched an RC racing set. Not only does the track and cars glow in the dark, but the track is flexible for endless play and set ups!

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My 5 year old had this set up going so many different ways, it was awesome! My boys tend to get really frustrated if something is hard or challenging to put together, so this was really an easy set for them to figure out. The tracks also have connectors so they can connect to just about any other brand of track, which is super super cool!

Over 25ft of track and two RC cars with controllers for each. These things REALLY zoom, I was shocked!

Each controller takes 4 AA batteries and there is a charging cord on top of the controller so you can charge the rc cars. You can also control the speed on the controllers, either pull down hard to zoom super fast around the track, or tap lightly and just sit back and enjoy the slow paced type of racing! Ha!

This awesome set retails for $99.00 and can be found on their website. They also have other RC sets as well! You can check them out here.

You should check out our full video review to see this set in action:

 

Isn’t it a super fun set?? Want one? I know you do.. and you know what? We are running a giveaway for one now! You can enter everyday from now until October 13th 2018! US residents only! Winner will be announced via our Instagram page! So make sure to check it out and enter!

Check it out here.

– A Zooming Mommy B

Not Parent Approved kids card game! Play at your own risk!

Not Parent Approved! Ha! I would DEFINITELY approve! This is a super fun card game that allows kids to choose silly answers to silly questions!

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Parents now have permission to let kids behave inappropriately with the hilarious family card game Not Parent Approved. While unexpected burps and farts can be considered bad manners, they do create laughter, hence the basis of this unconventional Family Night of fun.

Who would think being naughty, on occasion, would be a good idea? Two corporate marketing moms created the card game after being exasperated by what they were witnessing in their neighborhoods. Stacy Katz and Maximina Revis discovered in their research that the average 8-to-10-year-old spends nearly eight hours a day with a variety of different media, and older children and teenagers spend more than 11 hours per day, according to a 2013 policy statement on Children, Adolescents, and the Media,” the American Academy of Pediatrics.

The 455 cards (105 questions and 350 answers) involve cultural references from Taylor Swift to wedgies. Best of all, it’s offline requiring no plugs, cords, earbuds or charging. Kids must look at each other and interact in conversation. Imagine that!

When the kids are bored or you need to wait 20 minutes for a restaurant table, open up this card game and watch their eyes light up! It’s 100% family-friendly despite the awkward name. Two mompreneurs designed the card deck to reintroduce a love of tabletop games for a screen-obsessed generation. It is certainly attention-grabbing while quick, simple play for every tween, teen and college kid in the household. 455 cards, for 4-10 players. Game play takes 6-60 minutes at each other and interact in conversation. Imagine that!

Since making a splash in the toy world, Not Parent Approved ($24.99) has won the approval of many toy judges and award accolades fromDr. Toy 100 Best Children’s Products, National Parenting Product Awards 2016 Winner, Scholastic Parent & Child Gold Star Toy and Tillywig Toy Awards’ Best Family Fun Award Winner.

Even the Wall Street Journal gave a thumbs up when reviewing the game. “Game On” columnist and neuroscientist Christopher Chabris wrote,” for players who aren’t old enough for some of the more adult humor, there is Not Parent Approved, with cards that appeal to preteen sensibilities: ‘Boys remind me of…’ might be completed with ‘unidentifiable cafeteria food.’ In any version, this kind of game will stretch your mind, and your social skills, in unusual directions.”

It’s not just hard-to-please toy industry experts and neuroscientists but amazon-buying parents who squeal at the antics of this card game! I hope you’ll be interested to give this game a whirl and write a review! This game would be perfect to suggest for finicky, impossible-to-buy for tweens and teens for holiday gifts!

Write up by Not Parent Approved

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We also received the #1 & #2 Expansion Packs! Not only can kids have fun with this, but also adults as well. A great alternative to screen time and an awesome way to bond and have some much needed silly but fun family time!

For more information you can visit there site here.

Check out our review on our Thomas channel:

 

Who won this game?? Watch to find out and to see how fun this game really is!

I have kids under the age of 5, we all team up on this game since the boys can’t read it and it’s still a whole lot of fun!!

– Mommy B Approved!