Reddit reviews: The best home sore for kids

We found 97 Reddit comments discussing the best home sore for kids. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 72 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Kids' Home Store:

u/Tumorhead · 4 pointsr/BeardedDragons

You need:

  • a plastic container to house them in. You can cut and mount some mesh screen in to the lid for air, mine are fine without though, they like humidity but you need to keep an eye on mold.
  • Substrate (traditionally paper egg cartons, but anything cardboard can work, like paper towel tubes, even burlap. They love the crevasses in egg cartons though!).
  • An under tank heating pad. They will live at room temp but they are most productive around 32C (90F) Simply place underneath your container.
  • Food and water dish. I like to use ceramic saucers meant to go under plant pots (these things) because they're low and the thick edge means they can easily climb in to the food.

  • Water crystals as a source of hydration (they will drown in liquid water). Don't bother getting the pre-watered "cricket quencher" in the pet area, get the bulk bags in the garden section (Link)
    *You can also rely on produce as a source of hydration, aka carrots or celery or whatever. Just don't let them dry out!
  • Food. The food you use determines how nutritious they are. Table produce scraps are good but high moisture levels will mold so remove quickly. Finely ground dog, cat, or bird pellets work (I have birds too so I feed my roaches bird food XD). Companies also sell roach chow mixes. Remember that what you feed determines how nutritious the bugs are!
  • Oranges seem to inspire breeding!
  • Place the food and water on top of or next to but not underneath the substrate to keep the food free of mold.
  • Poop will accumulate on the bottom. It's a good fertilizer so dump it on some plants :). I just used a spare tank screen lid to sift babies out of the poop when I last cleaned the tank, worked like a charm.

    Here's a place selling roaches that's in the UK! Google "dubia roaches UK" or something and check out what comes up :) If a place sells by weight and not number that is a better deal!

    Unlike crickets dubias are very slow growing, and they take months to reach adulthood. Figure out what size you want to feed to your critters immediately and buy those. Or, If you don't mind waiting, you can buy mature males and females but you won't have babies to feed off for a while, one to several months depending on the size you need. You can also set up 2 containers, one with ready-to-feed roaches and one where adults make babies and you leave them alone for a while for the babies to mature.

    Roaches are super duper IMO!!
u/UndeniablyPink · 1 pointr/toddlers

We got a mesh bag that suctions from Amazon. It's worked great so far but used to much it's starting to fall apart. Luckily I think it came with a pack of two. I think it was this one 2 x Mesh Bath Toy Organizer + 6 Ultra Strong Hooks - The Perfect Bathtub Toy Holder & Bathroom or Shower Caddy - These Multi-use Net Bags Make Baby Bath Toy Storage Easy - For Kids & Toddlers https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M22WGGI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_WBImDb7ZR892B

u/zagek · 1 pointr/gardening

Hi Willyam, it would be great to see some pictures of your plot.

That double hoe is pretty cool, how would you use the fork end of it? Mine looks like this: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Draper-88799-Carbon-Steel-Dutch/dp/B000QY309S/ref=sr_1_3?s=outdoors&ie=UTF8&qid=1407251690&sr=1-3

For your attempts that didn't get out of the soil, is that because of when you planted them (season) or did you read beforehand? I heard that this could be because of the type of nutrients on the soil but I honestly don't know enough yet.

I think I may attempt a variety like you did. It may be more fun that way and at least I'm not throwing all my eggs into one basket.

u/jadethief17 · 7 pointsr/GardeningUK

Pumpkins/Squash will totally cover all the ground, so it can be hard to get in below the foliage to water at the base.

Do you have an outdoor tap/water supply - one suggestion I'd make is to put a soaker hose in the bed now, and plant around them. This is just an example: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Draper-15-Meter-Soaker-Hose/dp/B0001KA0DG/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=soaker+hose&qid=1556535374&s=gateway&sr=8-5 The other option is to get a 2 litre soft drinks bottle, cut off the base but keep the cap on. Heat up a bit of wire and burn some holes in the side and then you bury the bottle with a little lip above the ground. Do this BEFORE you plant in your young plants, as you don't want to disturb their roots. If you can spare a bit of cheap hose, put one end into the inside of the coke bottle, and get a small cheap funnel and wiggle it in the other end (might need to duck tape it). Tie the funnel to a bamboo cane. If you're watering/giving a liquid feed from a watering can you can pour it into the funnel, and move the cane out further away if necessary.

Can I also suggest the following for further reading: http://www.bigpumpkins.com/HowTo/ especially the link about "What's in your trench" as it talks about burying the vines to encourage secondary roots.

One thing to be wary of, is self-aborted fruits. Lots of plants do this - including Apples. Sometimes a "fruit" will start to form and swell, then for whatever reason, the plant will get rid of it - not fertilised properly, stress, too many fruits. It's perfectly natural, but very disappointing to young kids and anxiety inducing to the parents when it falls off.

Good luck.

u/junk2sa · 2 pointsr/boardgames

Honestly, none of these recommendations are nearly as fun as CAD is for someone that doesn't play it often. CAD is pretty damn fun before it gets old (about 3 plays in), so you have to forgive non-gamers for enjoying it. You'll probably want games that are light weight for camping. No one goes camping to play chess. This mainly means party games.

A few others that might be good:

u/kyriedonovan · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm a good mom, because my girls are always happy and my two year old is super polite, even if it's nearly impossible to keep my house clean. (Though this would help with that.)

u/tamaralads · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

i’d highly recommend the ‘a court of thorns and roses’ or the ‘throne of glass’ series! both have the same author, ACOTAR is about a girl thrown into the world of the fae and is honestly an amazing fantasy series with some of the best characters i’ve ever read about, and the throne of glass series is about a girl living in slavery who gets a second chance and we discover she isn’t who we thought she was (don’t want to give any spoilers🤷🏼‍♀️) it’s honestly also an amazing fantasy series aaaand the last book in the series just came out so there’s been no better time to start reading it😇 i read/have read loads of books so if you need/want more recommendations my messages are always open!

as for my wishlist, id love these as i really want to start making resin charms and decoden phone cases but can’t afford the materials atm🙈

u/Frognosticator · 2 pointsr/WaterdeepDragonHeist

Here are the minis I used for the treasure piles. I used them in conjunction with these treasure chests.

However, if you can spend a little bit more money, I think this treasure crate by Mantic is actually a better option. Mantic crates are a really great value for terrain pieces.

u/jeremyfirth · 1 pointr/AskReddit

I almost forgot: Kapla Blocks. god, I love these things. I have this set. Wife got them for me for Christmas. They are really fun to play with. They are uniform and cut with a laser so they are all exactly the same size. They are made out of a wood that doesn't warp over time, and they were used to make the world-record free-standing structure at the National Building Museum as well. I have made a tower that was 10 feet high, and the only reason we stopped was because we hit the ceiling. Was just as much fun to knock it down!

u/callc92 · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Can't help with the earrings but I recently had the same issue as you with strapless bras. The best thing I found to do is to just try on different styles and different sizes (I tried on about 20 bras in different shops). It is very possible that the band size is too big. I also find that wider bands make better strapless bras. If you want to keep the bra you have then body tape might be a solution (I've never tried it so I don't know how well it works).

u/MrPieUK · 1 pointr/manchester

It's okay OP. While you're finding your secluded spots i can help you by linking you to a few items you might need on your trip. This and this should make your trip a little more easier!

Enjoy ;)

u/euanj321 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is cool and would really help with my school work :D

Let's celebrate

PS, Congrats on your raise :D

u/gutyex · 2 pointsr/homestead

This is not anything I have personal experience with, but something I've seen done (in the UK, so also pretty wet)

Use some of the thinner logs to build a very basic frame, and anything you have to hand that will last long enough for a roof - I think the one I saw used leftover plastic sheeting, attached with a staple gun. The sides can be left open, but are best wrapped in something that will keep some rain out but let a draft through - the one I saw had a double layer of something like this. Pile up the rest of the wood underneath it, using the bark to cover the ground and the small branches stripped off the wood to keep the bottom layer of the ground and the rest of the layers separate when you stack it so that air can get between them.

u/Wizard-in--Black · 1 pointr/VinylDealsChat

I carefully use a finger nail to remove what I can and use a dab of sticky stuff remover (which you can get here, I definitely recommend it) on a tissue to remove residual glue and to loosen up the remaining paper. You have to be careful when rubbing as you don't want to remove the ink of the sleeve but if you're careful you shouldn't have any issues. It does probably depend on the type of sleeve, through - I've mostly only tried this on modern covers. I also give the area a quick wipe-over with a wet wipe to remove any residue after I'm done. Works like a charm for me.

u/USOutpost31 · 1 pointr/DIY

This is so weird and I think being UK makes it stranger. You have enough money for what I assume is a Palace on a Major Estate. And access to various tools and help.

But, when doing the trim work, there is something called a coping saw which is 100% worth the money even for that tiny job. As you know from your comments. Coping trim and crown molding is some form of Negative Hyperspace dark-art, but that saw makes quick work of it.

You exposed the subfloor and have cracks into your crawlspace. It all should start squeaking pretty quick if not already. Spills are going to make it through your finish after very little wear and soak in. I would expect critters to begin visiting you very soon. You need a floor.

Unlike others, I think your aesthetic is fine. You replaced that Big Box Store Coupon Special and went with more of an Arts & Crafts look. But there's a couple of problems, mainly walking on the subfloor.

Overall I think it's an improvement in looks over that nasty snap-together laminate and white fireplace, gah, but you have to put flooring down and touch up the curtains and colors for a full A&C affect IMO.

One thing I've learned from DIY, though, is that Young Adults and their closely-associated Teens are going to be easy to please if I ever buy a rental. Just buy the cheapest shit at Home Depot, slap it in, BANG YA Urban Contemporary, lol.

u/Laureniar · 1 pointr/guineapigs

With electric are you meaning something like that? Hkiytime Ultrasonic Pest Repeller, Plug in Insect Repeller,4 Pack Ultrasonic Pest Control Repellent against Mosquito, Cockroach, Mice, Rodents, Spiders, Flies, Ants, Fleas https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07S43JXBG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_mKnsDbH2RADZC

Just to let you know that those ones are bad for guinea pig and any other rodent, so just keep that on mind.

I have a flies problem aswell sometimes, I can't have my balcony door open because with the hot weather there are lots of flies and they come inside the flat and they fly around my guineas cage. Other times, even if I clean the cage, the flies just appear from nowhere so I had to buy a few things. I have this Pawaca 24 PCS Fly Paper Ribbons,... https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07H25MGS8?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share hanging on the roof on top of the guineas cage and also, I have this one STV International STV334 Fly... https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B004OJBGYC?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share on my balcony.

The one hanging is alright, it trap some flies, but not all of them but the one I have on my balcony, omg, that one traps a lot of them, but that one is to keep outside the house... You can try the strips and see how its going.

Hope this can help you and sorry for the big text 😅😅

u/Mayniac182 · 2 pointsr/photography

Amateur opinion: hiking bag with PALS webbing (MOLLE). Quick search finds something like this, although you'll want more than 50L (and something that doesn't look so cheap). What's great about MOLLE bags is that you can keep all your trekking gear in the main bag, then put your camera gear in pouches like this, and similar pouches for lenses. Plus you can then transfer the pouches onto other MOLLE bags if you want to switch to day bags for when you're not in the Guatemalan jungle.

u/maysmotors · 6 pointsr/AskEngineers

Buy them some haynes engine kits, it will teach them a lot. You can get ones that light up when they spark, helped me learn in college. Dont give them instructions though because thats too easy!

See for example: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00EQ4JOBC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_3HR5BbQY2HX6W

Edit: if school has a 3D printer you could "modify" the engines.

u/f28476 · 2 pointsr/london

I bought one of these a week or so ago -


It is now full with hundreds of dead flies. Extremely satisfying, highly recommend it. Make sure you hang it outside though because it smells.

u/darkmaster76 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hmm wine after football practice sounds delicious :D

this would become very handy since I keep losing track of what pages I should re-read item

u/Sweet_Fanny_Adams · 3 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

Mykal Sticky Stuff Remover 250ml

Or for those of you in the USA

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B003U7CV2A I think this is a good substitute?

u/Rachlea · 1 pointr/funny

Sticky stuff remover. No funny odour, no peanut butter residue...