If you’ve got a Porsche and a kid on the way, you know some decisions need to be made. You could upgrade your Porsche to a Panamera or Cayenne but it’s likely you need to consider at the least a four door vehicle. We’ve got one little one and so […]
The Bot from Princeton Tec is perfect for night reading, exploring and fun kid camping
An outdoor picnic table adds a classic touch to any patio or yard space and creates an inviting spot for outdoor meals
Get creative and design your own Kidrobot MUNNYWORLD figures
The perfect Mothers Day gift that’s lasted 13 years
Learn how to get your child interested in art and keep their imagination flowing
Label and plastic trash can for your own recycling bin
Keep emergency supplies ready and make your own baby first aid kit
A sandbox can be very messy but a rockbox let’s our son dig all he wants without getting dirt and sand everywhere.
We’re celebrating our Webby Nomination Built by Kids style with a pyrography toolbox project
Thank you for your continued support of our Mission of Building and Bonding
Exploring all that Stumptown has to offer
This creative kid built an arcade from his dad’s old auto supply boxes
What do you think of toy power tools? Are they fun or should you teach kids using real tools?
This young entrepreneur has followed his passion for skateboarding into a thriving business
How to Build a Water Rocket for tons of summer fun
For a 16th birthday present to herself this girl bought and restored a Pontiac Fiero
Tweens are the perfect age to start real painting projects
With this kit you can link Legos, Tinker Toys, Lincoln Logs and 10 other popular building blocks
This family turned a loft bed into a red fire truck for their son
The Bumbo baby seat is considered dangerous but we’ve found 8 new ways to use it
Discipline and work ethic are just a couple of the traits that successful wrestlers have
Join Caine’s Arcade and the Imagination Foundation for the Global Cardboard Challenge
Breastfeeding is a miracle that shouldn’t be taken for granted
Once they reach high school many LEGO fans put their bricks in the attic. But for countless more, LEGO bricks are a key part of their adult professional and social lives.
Don’t throw away your old electronics. Use them as a teaching tool.
Send your kid to summer camp to learn how to weld and use power tools