One of the cool things about having a site like Jersey Family Fun is getting to know some great businesses and show off how your family can have great fun with their products or by visiting them. It’s not a line, but something I believe. If we can help make life more fun for your family and help businesses grow that’s a win win for everyone.
Take Kid Construction Wearables for instance. This summer, I happened to notice they were following us on Twitter at @KCWearables. I always like to check out our new followers to see how they might be a good fit for our readers. When I saw the Kid Construction Wearable Stunt Plane, I was immediately in love with the product and I knew I had just the perfect event to promote it at, the Atlantic City Air Show Thunder Over the Boardwalk.
What better environment to create toy planes? We made our own, gave some to other bloggers to review, and gifted some kids on the beach with their own. As kids watched the stunt planes, paratroopers, and fighter jets overhead they kept busy coloring their own stunt planes down below.
When they were done, some opted to take their planes home for assembly, but most of us put ours together on the beach, and kids were flying up and down the beach in unique Kid Construction Wearable planes.
Here’s why our kids and moms loved the Kid Constructions Wearable Stunt Planes so much
- It’s a project that can keep your child busy for hours as they decorate their plane.
- Creativity & imagination play a big part of this toy as your child decides just how to customize their plane. Color with crayons, pencils, makers. Embellish with glitter, stickers, ribbons, and more.
- No batteries required.
- Parents and kids can work together to assemble the planes and bring them to life.
- Strong & durable, they can hold up to most abuse from kids.
- It’s great fun for outside play or if you have a large playroom.
- At $24.95 that’s a great price.
Read what others had to say
Other Kid Constructions Wearable Stunt Plane Reviews from our blogging friends
from across New Jersey and Philadelphia.
Mama Latina en Philly (In Spanish, but translatable with the click of a link)