There’s a new favorite character around here and he’s out of this world. If Miles and Merk have been popular names in your household lately, you are in good company. It didn’t take long for Miles from Tomorrowland to become a huge hit, and I can see why! Each episode takes viewers on a new adventure in outer space with the Callistos Family. While my kids are immersed in the storyline, they are also learning about their Galaxy, space, and astronomy terms. As a parent who values educational programs, I have to say I love Miles from Tomorrowland.
This holiday season, I can already see children asking for Miles from Tomorrowland licensed toys. My girls have already started planning what they will ask Santa for, and after a fun filled day with friends testing out the new Miles toys, I can’t blame them! We brought out the new Miles from Tomorrowland toys during my daughter’s 6th birthday party last week, and they were a hit. There may have even been some tears and begging as the party neared its end, but I see a lot of holiday requests for some of these items.
We started off with the Miles from Tomorrowland Superstellar Blastboard because it was so futuristic and the hit of the party. It reminds me of the hover boards from Back to the Future, only without the same velocity. The Superstellar Blastboard actually serves a purpose- teaching balance while playing games. There are 3 modes of play which include Blastboard Surfing, Light Speed, and Free Play. Seriously, how cool is this!?
Next up was the Stellosphere. This spaceship works with the StarJetter with lights and sounds for an out of this world experience. The StarJetter package comes with a Miles figurine to complete missions.
Which is your favorite toy from the product line? Mine is definitely the Supersteller Blastboard, and I think many of the kids would agree with me. We had to set up a line and a time so each child would take a fair turn on the Blastboard.