Tag: environment
Discover the Mutant Busters online games and apps!
November 25, 2015  |  Written by M. Rodrigo Brao

The Mutant Busters TV series, broadcast via Neox Kidz, is already a huge success! Your kids are probably already addicted to Famosa´s superheroes´ new animated comedy and watch it every Saturday! Well, now they´ll be excited to know they can also enjoy watching the episodes on the computer where they´ll have access to the online games, available on the Mutant Busters website: And last but not least, there are even augmented reality apps so your kids can discover all the secrets down at Headquarters and Panic Island!

Berta Dominguez & Little Big Kids: our Wishmakers this month!
September 28, 2015  |  Written by M. Rodrigo Brao

Our Wishmaker this month is Berta Dominguez, founder of Little Big Kids, a creative centre for children located in a cosy, magical house in Madrid, Spain. Ascribed to the Spanish Pedagogy Society, their main mission is to develop innovative thematic workshops (ancient Egypt, Sherlock Holmes, Space Adventures, Art, etc.) where the little ones´ imagination and knowledge is stimulated while they learn about respecting the environment. Although Dominguez spent many years helping companies market products to children (Disney was one of her clients), her dream was to set up a company of her own, where she could offer her “vision of how to interact with kids in a more creative and stimulating way.” Five years later, Little Big Kids is a reality and their core curriculum consists of tailored made activities for schools but it also offers a fantastic alternative to the classic birthday parties! Your kids will probably have never experienced something like it before. As the founder says: “there are nothing like it”. Little Big Kids is a wonderful space. Join us by reading our interview and discover Little Big Kids!

Mutant Busters, much more than action figures
September 23, 2015  |  Written by Carlota Nelson

Action figures are the perfect vehicles with which children can engage in free and non-structured play. The kind of play that has to do with developing their fantasy world and imagination. This type of play makes them become active creators of their own stories instead of passive beings waiting to be entertained. But what exactly do action figures provide and why is it important for them to play with?

An interview with Nancy on World Ocean´s Day
June 8, 2015  |  Written by Carlota Nelson

Today, June 8th, is World Ocean´s Day and this year´s United Nations theme is: “Healthy Oceans, Healthy Planet.” According to the Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, “in order to ensure the health and safety of our communities and future generations, it’s imperative that we take the responsibility to care for the ocean as it cares for us.” And there is no one better than Nancy to talk to us about this. Her experience as a dolphin veterinarian will help children understand why it´s important to take care of our oceans and all it´s creatures.

Famosa launches a line of eco-friendly toys
March 12, 2015  |  Written by Carlota Nelson

Since 1957, Famosa has been placing their bet on the values that helped them create a culture of their own. Thanks to the quality and safety of their toys, dolls and accessories, children have fun, learn to develop important skills and play with others. But innovation is another important pillar in the making of everything that the company is involved in. To prove it, Famosa, together with Nenuco, has now launched a new line of eco-friendly toys. Keep reading to learn why Eco Play has become something parents and kids simply can´t get enough of.