The Noodoll team went to visit Donna Wilson’s Pop-up shop in Shoreditch during London Design Week. YiYing Wang, the creator of Noodoll, and Donna Wilson gave a friendly talk and Q&A session about ‘How to start a creative business’. You can listen to the podcast below!
Ricebeet is a carefree and happy Beetroot, he loves to make his friends laugh on Ricetown farm! We have collaborated with @lennesimoblog to bring you this warm Ricebeet soup recipe, just in time for Autumn!
Noodoll night lights are great companions for little monsters who are afraid of the dark! Ricemon, Ricewool and Ricebonbon all have a Noodoll night light, find out what they use theirs for!
Ricesweet is a clever strawberry who loves to cook healthy colourful food! This week we have collaborated with the lovely @Iwona_and_emily to create a special Ricesweet salad recipe, perfect for summer.
This weekend Ricetache is directing his first play at the Ricetown Theatre. You can join in the fun and learn to make your own DIY Noodoll theatre using the box that we use to ship our toys, it’s a great way to recycle!
Ricemon is the bravest monster in Ricetown, he is not scared of anything! He loves to go on adventures around the wildest parts of town, especially with new friends! This week you can go on a creature spotting adventure in your garden or favourite park with Ricemon.
Noodoll music mobiles come in four sweet designs and make a perfect gift for a new baby! They each sing their own lullabuy to gently put baby to sleep, they also have a little strap so can be tied anywhere! They are safe for babies 0+ and are machine washable! Find out some fun facts about our mobiles and some care tips!
There is football madness everywhere in Ricetown, Noodoll FC has made it to the world championship final! This week we have created a printable football game for you; decorate each player with your favourite team’s colours and play a match.
Get ready for the rainbows! This week we have created a fun rainbow themed mobile printable for you! Download the free template and follow our easy instructions to make your own!
Summer has officially started in Ricetown and the weather forecast is looking great! All the Ricemonsters are off to Ricetown Beach to dip in its famous pink sea, have some Ricecream and do a bit of tanning! Sending postcards is a tradition Ricemonsters love, they never miss an opportunity to send one to their loved ones.
This Sunday is Father’s day so we have created a special printable card that you can give your dad on the day! Father’s day is a day to celebrate dads in Ricetown and all around the world.
This Saturday is the Queen of England’s official brithday she will be 92 years old! The Ricemonsters are eager to celebrate this special brithday; they will be trowing a street party in Ricetown center with bunting, cakes and tea! This week you will learn to make some DIY London themed cake toppers.
The Ricetown Theatre troop is having fun creating a stage version of the story The Frog Prince. Their play will star Ricecharming as the Frog Prince, Ricebambee as the Princess and, Ricebamboo as the King, Ricecoal as the witch and Ricecracker as the Prince. We have created a printable template so you can create your own puppet theatre to join in on the fun!
It’s the Spring Bank Holiday weekend and all of Ricetown is excited to enjoy the sunshine! Our friends from Ricetown farm have created a fun game to learn where different fruit and vegetables grow, use the free printable template to make your own!
This week, we visited Ricetache in his East Ricetown studio to find out about his passions, his work and his life as an artist. Ricetache has become a prominant artist in Ricetown after his debut show last year called ‘Life as a Mouse’.
This week, fly into space with Ricemon! Make your own Ricemonster spacecraft with this easy DIY and set off on an adventure to discover space with him!
Happy Arbor day noofriends! Today is a special day to celebrate plants and wildlife and plant your very own tree. Riceananas has decided to plant a cherry tree in his backyard, he loves cherries!
This Sunday we are celebrating Earth Day. It is a special day dedicated to the environment; this year’s Earth Day is focused on reducing the plastic pollution that is harming our planet. Go to www.earthday.org to find out how you can help to save the planet from plastic polution. We have created a recycling activity for kids to learn what they can do to reduce, reuse and recycle in everyday life and make a difference in their future!