Do your kids love to play “I Spy” in the car?
Or do they have any of those “I Spy” books…like the Where’s Waldo of our days?
You know what I’m talking about. The ones with busy, crowded pictures, crammed with tons of characters and distractions, in which you must locate precisely 16 bunches of bananas?
Whether it be legos or matchbox cars or Polly Pockets (do they still make Polly Pockets? Man, those were the BEST), there’s something about tiny, impossible to see things that draw kids in.
And maybe adults too. I recently downloaded a hidden objects game on my Kindle, where I have 2 minutes to find a list of secret items (it’s good for my brain…I think), and it’s addictive!
My kids can’t find their socks to save their lives, but give them a picture of 3000 Minions, and they will go to town picking out every single pair of goggles they can find. [Read more…]