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Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Hatley Children's Rainwear Review

Hatley makes quality, fun children's rainwear. Learn more here!


Time to invest in some practical, fun and environmentally friendly children's rainwear? Hatley has what you are looking for.  If you have seen Hatley's products before, you know just how great they are. If you haven't, you are in for a pleasant surprise! 

Wait until you see the raincoats, rain boots and umbrellas that are produced in child-friendly themes that are constantly evolving but that include or have included apples, flowers and butterflies, horses, dogs, unicorns and rainbows, pirates, dinosaurs, aliens, polka dots, stars, and hearts. I also love the quintessentially Canadian themes featuring iconic symbols like bears, moose and camping. Your son, daughter or grandchild will love them all.

Sizing availability of individual pieces varies but in general you will find rain wear suitable for infants, toddlers and little girls and boys. Umbrellas are not sized but rather simply rated safe for children. Common sense says that they are not appropriate for toddlers. In some cases, there are even adult-sized pieces available.

You are probably careful about what you feed your family and what toys you give your children to play with but have you considered what is in their clothing? For years Hatley has been making quality, comfortable 100 percent cotton clothing. 

Hatley adopted a strong sense of social responsibility early on and this practice extends to their rain gear. Their practices ensure that clothing and gift items are produced in an environmentally conscious manner and with materials that are proven to be safe.  

As a socially responsible company, they:

πŸ’¦ Use non-toxic, azo-free dyes for apparel.

πŸ’¦ Use only non-chlorinated bleach.

πŸ’¦ Use closed loop dyers which means that waste water from dyeing garments does not pollute the water table.

πŸ’¦ Use organic cotton, natural fibers and alternative sustainable fibers wherever they are able to.

πŸ’¦ Are PVC free.

πŸ’¦ Use compostable, biodegradable non-toxic Mater-Bi bags for shipping to the store.

This care means that Hatley children's items are safe choices for your family. To boot, pardon the pun, the raingear is a ton of fun!
Hatley makes quality, fun children's rainwear. Learn more here!


Visit the Hatley store on Amazon by clicking right here. You'll find a wonderful assortment of rainboots, raincoats and umbrellas for children as well as a lot of other quality, themed children's wear.

See you
under your umbrella!
Brenda

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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Science Academy Lip Balm Lab Reviewed

Promote the Sciences to Girls

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Female Scientist courtesy of Pixabay.com
When I can, I love to give my grandchildren educational toys. Recently I purchased a Science Academy Lip Balm Lab as a Christmas gift for my youngest granddaughter. I thought it was worth a review as a gift idea for the readers of Review This. 

I was thrilled when I discovered the Science Academy lab kits for children! Obviously, both boys and girls can have fun with  observing first hand the chemical reactions to different materials. Either gender can be a potential scientist in the making. Since I have little girls to buy for, I love the idea of promoting any of the sciences to them. When I was a little girl, my gender did not get much in encouragement when it came to fields of science. Society has changed and I think we are doing a better job of promoting a career in science to girls but we can do better, in my humble opinion. 

There are 5 choices when it comes to the options for a gift for the child on your list. I chose the lip balm for a couple of reasons. First of all, my little six year old is obsessed with lip gloss and lip balm. Secondly, she has very sensitive skin so I was leery of the soap and bath bomb choices. The lip balm lab seemed a good option for her to have fun with while learning about chemicals and how to produce a product that she can actually use.

I love that she is going to learn about formulas while working with the kit. She will decide on colors and shimmers and can even add SPF to help protect her little lips from the sun. While experimenting with her own lip protection with her mom's assistance, she will be exposed to the possibilities that a career in science might offer to her. I am a firm believer in presenting the concepts of different professions to children as they play. We never know what might plant a seed in their young minds that later grows into a passion in their adult lives. To me, that is always a good thing!

Will my sweet little grandchild grow up to be a chemist or work in the science field? I don't know nor does she at her young little age. What this educational toy will do is give her some practical experience so that later on she will have more information to base her decision on what she wants to make a living with. Whatever she decides we will applaud her decision.

How about you? Are you planning on giving a child on your list an educational toy this year for the holidays?



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