If you’ve ever played the blistering, bloody sport that is paintball (or rather “pain-ball”) then you probably see the appeal of the trauma-free laser tag. What’s not to love? You get to satisfy your need for real-life combat without the mess, cost, or band aids after. In a professional laser tag arena, you’re forced to wear those huge vests that are as heavy as 17th-century armor, along with the attached gun.
Sewing has been around for centuries, and for those who do not know, it represents the art of attaching objects to one another by using stitches, created via a needle and a thread. Not only does it represent one of the oldest textile arts in our world, but it is still actively being practiced today.
Let us talk drones for kids because dolls and hula-hoops are so yesterday. It is a great world we live in today with so many options for play beyond the usual boring toys that we had growing up. Drones have made a huge leap especially in the last five years, coming from being used solely for military operations to a variety of activities. With this crop of young ones who are tech-savvy, developers are burning the midnight oil trying to give us the best drone for kids to meet the demand.