During the event, our kids had the opportunity to participate in several fun and engaging activities, starting with building a LEGO model each. I gave Chloe a hand with building her paper crinkler, while Daniel and Hubby teamed up to build the windmill. Our kids love building LEGO models at home, so they really enjoyed themselves. This activity helps them improve their sequencing and fine motor skills, as well as aid in developing concentration. Suffice to say, our kids had a great time building the LEGO models.
Daniel and his LEGO windmill
Chloe and her LEGO paper crinkler
Next, using the paper crinkler we just built, we were given strips of paper to feed through the crinkler to create crinkly tentacles for our friend, Olly the Octopus :)
Finally, each child is given a chance to try their hand at the turntable spinner, whereby a paper plate is placed on the spinner and the child will choose two colours and holds the pens over the plate to create
a colorful design on the paper plate.
Daniel can do twinning OOTD with Hubby ;)
UNIQLO is a brand we can easily connect with, especially the graphic UT designs as our kids can relate to the familiar characters which they see in movies or TV. I certainly approve of the cute and stylish designs on the shirts, great for everyday wear or for a trip to the mall.
The latest collaboration is with LEGO, and the designs are bright and colorful. Chloe immediately fell in love with this LEGO shirt, and placed it in our shopping basket. I adore the simplistic design, and it pairs well with skirts or shorts. The shirt is made with 100% cotton. We also got a pair of navy blue chino shorts, and coincidentally they were on offer (reduced from RM59.90 to RM29.90, what a bargain!) - love the soft, stretchy material.
Daniel is a big fan of LEGO, so he immediately found a couple of t-shirts to his liking, and he ended up choosing the Barbecue Heroes (which he is planning to wear during our next BBQ party) as well as the LEGO Ninjago tshirt in dark grey, which I think he looks very smart in, with a pair of jeans. The UT kids shirt are usually RM39.90, which are good value for money, considering the good quality of the shirts.
Can't get enough of the cute designs on the LEGO shirts
Daniel checking out the Steteco shorts, featuring characters such as Spongebob
The AIRism range are essential items in BabySumoKids wardrobe - they wear it at least five days a week, to school. Again, we find these to be of excellent quality, and very long-lasting. The material is light, absorbent and permeable so it is perfect for both of our kids, especially when they have PE in school and play under the sun. The fabric absorbs and quickly evaporates excess moisture to keep skin dry, as well as minimizing odor due to perspiration.
What our kids like most about the AIRism range is that it is very comfortable, especially the soft, stretchy and smooth material for ease of movement. We have the AIRism range in many different colours and designs - pink, white, grey, black, stripes, polka dots, for different days of the week. On school days, they would wear the AIRism U Neck Short Sleeve as innerwear, under their school shirts, and on weekends, Chloe likes to pair the camisole with skirts or denim shorts.
The UNIQLO Kids Collection also features dresses, skirts, cardigans, leggings and shorts for girls, and polo shirts, zip hoodies, short pants and jogger pants for boys. For more info on the UNIQLO Kids Collection, please visit UNIQLO Malaysia website or UNIQLO Facebook page.