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    Myla the Magical Unicorn

    Unicorn Toys

    I got Myla as even though she’s made for kids ages 4 and up, I thought it looked really cool!

    Requires 4 AA and 2 AAA batteries. Batteries included for demo purposes only, new batteries recommended for regular use.

    Myla uses color recognition technology for multiple, brush onto one of the 16 colors in the pallet, then touch the brush to the part of Myla you want to light up with that color. It’s magical to watch— even my mum and sister wanted to give it a try. (A tip: When selecting a color, be sure the entire top — the sensor —is flat against the pallet and within one color.)

    Myla has five modes, which you can rotate through by pressing the gem on Myla’s necklace. In all five modes, Myla’s head moves, her eyes blink, and she interacts with fun phrases and sounds.

    Four of the modes focus on color. “Magical makeup” mode is basically free play where you can get creative while doing Myla’s makeup. Things get a bit more educational in “magical color creation,” which encourages kids to select two colors and see what new color they create. In “amazing makeup powder” mode, Myla will instruct you which feature she wants to be colored, and it’s a race against the clock to apply makeup. “Lucky color” is the simplest mode: Press Myla’s back sensor, and she’ll tell them their lucky color (like a rainbow Magic 8 Ball).

    Things get musical for the fifth and final play mode, called “showtime.” The magic doesn’t stop with Myla’s makeup brush — she also comes with an interactive microphone. When Myla’s in showtime mode, kids can hold the microphone below her mouth to hear her sing a catchy, original tune. Pull the microphone away and the music keeps playing, but Myla’s singing stops so we can duet.

    In addition to her interactive elements, Myla has plenty of tactile play features. You can practice plating her mane (which is conveniently made up of three strands, each with a different texture and color), brush her tail, and put a crown on her horn. She also comes with fun accessories to share, including colorful hair clips and bows.

    • PRODUCT: Myla the Magical Unicorn
    • PRICE: £39.99
    • PLACE TO BUY: Argos or Smiths Toy Superstore
    • RECOMMEDED AGE:  5 years and up
    • MATERIAL: Plastic
    • DIMENSIONS: 40cm high
    • WEIGHT: 1.7 kg
    • MY UNICORN ELLIE RATING: 9 out of 10



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    My Fairy Garden Unicorn Garden Review

    My fairy garden review

    With this  Fairy Garden playset you can create a magical home and garden for the fairies, the mouse and the Unicorn to live in.

    The set comes with everything you need to create the garden, including grass seeds and purple cress. The only thing you will need to purchase is the compost, luckily we already had some but compost can easily be bought at a garden centre or even your local supermarket.

    Mum had a quick look through the instruction booklet so I knew what we needed to do, and the first thing we needed to do was add compost to the the fairy garden bowl so mum went and fetched the compost bag and we both added the soil into the bowl together, patting and smoothing it down with my own garden trowel.

    Then we added some of the coloured pebbles that came with it and sewed the seeds.

    We had to build the bridge and put the seat in the little cute caravan and put stickers  on the string to make the pretty bunting.

    The grass and cress grows really quick but you have to keep it watered and it might be best to put outside because our soil went mouldy so we had to start again and used our own seeds, it’s nice for playing with it’s pretty and it teaches you about gardening so I liked it a lot.

    • PRODUCT: My Fairy Garden Unicorn Garden
    • PRICE: £19.99
    • PLACE TO BUY: Amazon
    • RECOMMEDED AGE: 4 years and up w/ adult supervision (Manufacturer recommends 18months and up)
    • MATERIAL: Plastic
    • DIMENSIONS: 12.5 inches (H) x 6.0 inches (W) x 16.0 inches (D)
    • WEIGHT: 2.5 pounds
    • MY UNICORN ELLIE RATING: 9 out of 10

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    9 Kids Unicorn Yoga Poses

    Unicorn yoga

    I just love yoga and you already know I love Unicorns so here’s my yoga and Unicorn combo!

    Unicorn Ellie Kids Yoga Poses

    9 Easy poses you can do in a small space.

    I did this in a small corner in our living room. My mat is quite long so it’s folded in half and it was extra squishy.

    You need loose clothes you can move around in so a Unicorn onesie is PERFECT!

    1. Pick a quiet place to do yoga, and focus on breathing in and out through the nose.
    2. Hold the poses from 5 to 10 seconds. Since it takes time to get into the postures, counting should start once you are in the posture.
    3. Slowly increase the time spent in the poses once you get better at them.
    4. Try to eat lightly before doing yoga, as you don’t want tummy ache.
    5. Have FUN together as a family me and mum sometimes do yoga together.

    1. So I always start by sitting quietly in easy pose

    Unicorn Ellie Kids Yoga

    2. Bowl Pose or Bow Pose to stretch out your tummy and legs and neck at the front

    3. Downward Unicorn pose to stretch the back of the legs and back and make strong arms

    4. Then I stand tall like a tree with a unicorn horn point on top to balance and stretch my whole body its usually easier on one leg than the other I wobble sometimes

    Unicorn yoga

    5. Make a bridge with your body there are a few ways to do this this is how I did it today.

    Make sure you put your bottom up this was too low here.

    6. This one always makes me and my mum laugh really stretches you legs and back and you can balance your legs in the air or see if your toes can touch the floor above your head then its a plough pose or bend your knees and hold your toes then it’s a happy baby unicorn!

    7. Make a triangle with your body triangle pose try and look up to your hand do it both sides.

    8. Be a 3 legged unicorn! Like the downward unicorn but stick your leg up do both sides.

    3 legged unicorn pose yoga kids

    9. Finish by telling yourself well done!

    Download the9 Unicorn Yoga Poses Poster.

    There are lots more yoga poses and workouts put in the comments if you like yoga and what you like to do the most.



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    Unicorns in Harry Potter

    In the book and film Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone, there is a very important comment about unicorns. It made me sad as I would want any unicorns to get hurt or die!

    Here it is below:

    Firenze: “Harry Potter, do you know what unicorn blood is used for?”

    Harry Potter: “No. We’ve only used the horn and tail hair in Potions.”

    Yes, even Harry Potter and his fellow students at Hogwarts used parts of Unicorns for magic.

    There are so many other books available which mention unicorns, and in some, the unicorns are the main characters.

    What books have you read about Unicorns?

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    Self Esteem Kids should feel good!

    Self-esteem means you mostly feel good about yourself.

    Kids with self-esteem:

    • Feel proud of what they can do
    • See the good things about themselves
    • Believe in themselves, even when they don’t do well at first
    • Feel liked and accepted
    • Accept themselves, even when they make mistakes

    Healthy self esteem

    Low self-esteem means you don’t feel very good about yourself.

    Kids with low self-esteem:

    • Don’t think they are as good as others
    • Don’t feel liked or accepted
    • Think more about the times they fail, than the times they do well
    • Don’t notice the good things about themselves
    • Are hard on themselves and give up easily

    Which one seems more like you?

    Self-Esteem is really important

    Here are three things to know about self-esteem:

    1. Self-esteem helps you. It gives you the courage to try new things. Or make new friends. With self-esteem, you believe in yourself. You know that good things can happen when you try. Self-esteem helps you when things don’t go your way. It helps you accept mistakes. If you miss the soccer goal or lose a library book, you don’t get too mad at yourself. You just try again. You find a way to do better.
    2. Low self-esteem can hurt you. It makes kids feel unsure. They don’t think they can do things well. With low self-esteem, kids might not try. They might not go after their goals. They might be afraid to fail. Low self-esteem makes losing seem worse than it is. It makes mistakes seem bigger than they are. It makes it hard to get over things that don’t go well. Instead of trying again, kids with low self-esteem might give up.
    3. You can build your self-esteem. Self-esteem can start with things parents say when a kid is very young. A parent might tell a baby, “Look what you can do — you’re walking all by yourself!” Being told good things makes the baby feel proud and feel good. As you get older, self-esteem can grow. Parents and teachers can let you know they see good things in you. Friends can help you feel liked. You can build your own self-esteem too. Notice when you try new things. Notice when you learn to do something. Did you try a new sport? Did you learn to ride a bike, play a song, or do a math problem? Be happy and proud. You don’t have to brag out loud, but you can give yourself a quiet little high-five. Yay, you!

    How to Build Your Self-Esteem

    Try these steps:

    • Make a list of the stuff you’re good at. Can you draw or sing? Are you a good reader? Are you good at a sport? Do you tell a good joke? If you’re having trouble with your list, ask a parent or friend to help you with it.
    • Practice the things you do well. Think of ways you can do some of the things you’re already good at every day.
    • Turn “I can’t” into “I can!” Does the little voice in your head tell you “I’m no good at this” or “I can’t do it”? Or “It’s too hard for me”? That’s you thinking badly about yourself. Decide to change your mind. Think, “I can give it a try,” “I can handle this.” Think, “I’ll give it my best.” Think, “I’ll ask someone to help me do this.”
    • Always try your best. You can feel good about yourself when you give something a good try. When you try hard, your self-esteem will grow.
    • Spend time with people who love you. Do things you enjoy with your parent or family. It helps you know you belong so that builds self-esteem.
    • Help out. Do nice things for parents. Help with meals, clean up, or feed the pet. When you do kind things, you feel good about yourself. You get to see that what you do means a lot.
    • Talk. Talk about good things and bad things if you have any problems and get help to sort them out.

    Heres a worksheet you can print out to to check out your own self esteem! 

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    Unicorn Jokes

    Q: How do unicorns get to the park?
    A: On a unicycle.

    Q: What did the Unicorn serve at a barbecue?
    A: Unicorn on the cob.

    Q: What street do unicorns live on?
    A: Mane Street.

    Q: What’s black and white and eats like a unicorn?
    A: A zebra.

    Q: What did the Unicorn say to the tomato growing in the field?
    A: U Not Corn.

    Q: What do they call the best student at Unicorn University?
    A: The A-corn.

    Q: What do unicorns call their dad?
    A: Pop corn.

    Q: Where do naughty unicorns go?
    A: Unicourt.

    Q: Why did the unicorn want to go to school?
    A: So he could wear a uni-form.


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    Unicorn recipes

    Unicorn recipes

    1 Unicorn Toast

    The unicorn toast phenomenon that is took over the internet is actually Adeline Waugh from Vibrant & Pure.

    Unicorn Toast. Vegan with all natural food coloring options, from actual food! Swirled with coconut milk yogurt or dairy free cream cheese. Creative & fun breakfast or snack! #unicorn #toast #vegan


    Food is way more fun when swirled with pastel rainbow shades and unicorn sparkles.


    1. In small bowls, swirl 1-2 tablespoons plain coconut milk yogurt (depending on how many pieces of toast you want), with a natural food.  A little colouring goes a long way so use less and you can always mix in more until you reach your desired unicorn colour.
    2. Add spoonfuls of the rainbow dyed mixtures to toast, switching colours until you’ve covered the whole surface.
    3. With a smooth knife, blend and swirl each colour together!
    4. Add coloured sprinkles.
    5. Top with banana sliced, kiwi, or any fruit for extra decoration.

    2. Unicorn Porridge

    1. Cook the porridge
    2. Add a drop of 3 or more food colouring and swirl
    3. Add some sprinkles or fruit topping.

    3. Unicorn Cupcakes

    This is a BBC food recipe.


    For the cupcakes

    • 150g white caster sugar
    • eggs
    • 100g butter, melted
    • 150g self-raising flour

    For the vanilla syrup

    For the buttercream

    • 200g butter

      , softened

    • 300g icing sugar
    • 4 tsp milk
    • few drops vanilla extract
    • food colouring ( we used pink, green and blue)

    To decorate

    • selection of sweets and sprinkles (we used hundreds and thousands, chocolate buttons, white chocolate stars, Smarties and coloured sugar).


    1. Heat oven to 180C/160C fan/gas 4 and line a 12-hole cupcake tin with paper muffin cases. Put all of the cake ingredients into a bowl and whisk with electric beaters for 3-4 mins until light and pale. Divide the mixture evenly between the cases and bake for 20 mins or until a cocktail stick inserted into the centre of one of the cakes comes out clean. Leave to cool on a wire rack.
    2. Mix together the maple syrup, vanilla extract and 1 tbsp water. Use a cocktail stick to poke a few tiny holes in each of the cooled cupcakes then drizzle a little bit of the syrup over each one.
    3. Beat together the butter, icing sugar, milk and vanilla until smooth and pale. Put half the buttercream in one bowl and leave as it is, then divide the other half into 3 bowls. Use the food colouring to dye one pink, one pale green and one pale blue, then transfer them all to one large piping bag fitted with a large star nozzle, including the plain. Pipe swirls on top of the cupcakes – as the buttercream comes through the bag, the colours will start to blend and change as you pipe. Decorate the tops of the cupcakes with your favourite sprinkles if you like.


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    Are Unicorns Real?

    Are unicorns real

    My friends and I have been discussing this for a long time and we think that they are. But then, some of my family especially my big sister is a little skeptical.

    My mum, is the best…she believes in Unicorns too! So we decided to investigate to find out the truth!

    We discovered they are described as a mythical creature, a beautiful horse with a single horn. Typically, it was a white horse with cloven hooves. These are hooves like what a deer or cows have. Unicorns are also part of mythological stories both in eastern and western culture and there is quite a bit written about these beautiful creatures.

    What set’s unicorns apart is their spiral horn and I am sure you would have seen these in images and pictures or, even on your friend’s birthday cake as a topper like this one on my Birthday cake when I was 5!

    Unicorns in Other Cultures

    While researching for images for Unicorns, we found these creatures over the centuries in different cultures, all resembling a unicorn (not quite as cute tho)! Check these out:

    Are Unicorns Real? What Is A Qilin?Name: Qilin

    Country: China

    Description: A mythological one-horned beast with dragon type features. They are creatures which punish evil doers. Qilin is beloved to be a symbol of good fortune and prosperity.



    Are Unicorns Real? What Is A Karkadaan?Name:Karkadann

    Country: India and Persia

    Description:This unicorn-like creature was not very friendly in the animal kingdom and was actually feared.


    Are Unicorns Real? What Is A Indrik?

    Country: Russia

    Description: It is the King of animals and lives on The Holy Mountain.



    The idea that unicorns exist was first established around 5th AD (about 15 decades ago). A Greek historian, Ctesias wrote about a unicorn describing it as a beast with an enviable multi-colored horn, blue eyes, and a white body.

    Generally, during the early civilization, unicorns were also like seals and by other authors who reflected similar characteristics in their writings. The idea took hold and people became interested in finding more about umicorns. Originally, unicorns didn’t look anything like what we have now. Some cultures thought unicorns to be a white goat with a single horn protruding from the head while others though it looked more like a rhinoceros!

    They were said to be pure and symbolized peace and prosperity. Due to this quality, it was believed that only a girl could capture them. Unicorns were also said to walk gracefully and elegantly, the exact qualities of a real lady were expected to possess.

    It was believed that if you managed to steal their horns, you could not only use it to heal diseases but also fly!

    Unicorns in the bible

    The Bible makes nine references about unicorns in its texts. But, you can only find them in the authorized King James Version of the Bible, since other versions have replaced the word unicorn with other names mainly attributed to translation errors. The Bible was originally in Hebrew and has since been translated to so many other languages, in the process, accurate translation has been a major challenge.

    Here’s the exact verses that mention unicorns:

    Numbers 23:22 and 24:8, Deuteronomy 33:17, Psalms 29:6, Psalms 92:10, Psalms 22: 21 and Job 39:10.

    As years went by, artists came up with drawings portraying unicorns as beautiful horses with single horns protruding out of their heads. The theory that they could fly was not considered until the 1970s when drawings and posters of winged unicorns came up. The illustrations were visual and did not include any wording; hence the involved artists did not explain what kind of creatures these were. People ended up concluding they were unicorns due to similar features; and just like that, with no proof to support the theory, other artists ran with the idea and it has stuck ever since.

    Unicorns Have Special Powers

    Unicorns have unique magical gifts. If a unicorn sheds tears or blood, it is meant to heal. However, they are so mystical, it is hard to catch them. Whenever we go to the woods or forest reserves in summer, my friends and I are always on the lookout for these creatures. One day, we are going to see one, and when we do, we will be the first ones to post them here!

    Well…People Have Seen Them for Real!

    There is an Austrian man Antal Festetics who has recorded a unicorn. Okay, so if that sounds crazy, then, how about the claims made by an organization such as The Ontario Science Center! They saw a unicorn in the Don Valley. Now, you may think that this sounds fake but in 2016, scientists discovered fossilized bones of a one-horned animal in Kazakhstan. It is known as the Siberian unicorn. What is so exciting about this discovery is that as early as thirty thousand years ago, they roamed Siberia with humans!

    But, what about some ancient explorers of the past? Julius Caesar, Alexander the Great, Ctesias, a Greek historian and even Confucius also claim to have seen a unicorn. Surely, these are very respected people, they would not lie or were their eyes playing tricks on them?

    They must have asked themselves the same question, are unicorns real?