BLUETOOTH STEREO SPEAKER (Coby, cobyusa.com)
Wow, so cool! You plug the Coby Bluetooth Stereo Speaker into your iPod, iPhone or other cellphones. After you plug it in, you can hear anything you want. It's shaped like a cylinder. I like the stereo speaker because I can hear this on my iPod and video chat. When you go somewhere, you just go, you don't need a charger. The speaker can hold the thing you are using.
Ages: 7 and older
Rating: 5 of 5
PUT SPONGEBOB TOGETHER(Nickelodeon/LEGO)
Kidsday reporters played with two SpongeBob Lego sets: The Lego SpongeBob SquarePants Heroic Heroes of the Deep set is great. Roberto wrote: "You have to build SpongeBob, Patrick and Plankton. The set came with a lot of different-colored pieces that you put together. You have to follow the directions to make the heroes. My cousin and I both played with it. It was fun building the boat and the car. It had the shape of a boat and the wheels of a car. We then built a bubble cannon with plastic bubbles."
Lego SpongeBob SquarePants Bikini Bottom Undersea Party set is fantastic and amazing according to Donny. He wrote: "You could go and let your imagination go wild. You can build houses, people and furniture. There is a button that you can press. After you put SpongeBob in the bed, you can press a button. Then . . . Zoom! SpongeBob has been launched and he flies all over the place. I loved this because I am a fan and a collector of Legos. I also loved it because I use my imagination."
Ages: 5 and older
Rating: 4 of 5
'STAR WARS: A GALACTIC POP-UP ADVENTURE' (Scholastic Books)
When you open each page, cool things pop up at you. Dragons, aliens and even a light saber popped up. The light saber even lights up. My brother loved this. When I read it to him, he liked it because of the things that popped up.
Ages: 4 and older
Rating: 5 of 5
CLASS OF THE WEEK: Leigh Hendrick-Bohn's fifth-grade class, JACKSON MAIN SCHOOL, Hempstead