Wednesday, April 20, 2011
The kids had a hard time breaking the seal of the eggs that the Nanos were packaged in, so adult help was needed. Once opened, the kids had a heyday playing with their robotic bugs. For such tiny things, they provide lots of entertainment. Also inside each egg is a code to register online to play games and learn about science. It was emphasized to the children about the codes because I can see how the paper might be interpreted to be trash and thrown away. The bunny ears on the Nanos are cute and I think it's savvy that they can be removed so the bugs can be played with long after Easter. Parents and kids alike had a great time at the party and raved about the Nano Easter Eggs. A few parents even approached me asking where they can be purchased so they can gift their children with more during Easter. These limited edition Nanos won't last long, so I suggest you hightail it and get some before they're gone.
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