We invited many former and current classmates but so many were out of town and unfortunately couldn't party with us. The ones who were able to make it had a great time, even in the 100 degree heat index, and one friend even told me her son picked out one of the products to gift a friend for his birthday after the party!
Monster Jam Mini, Megalodon Race and Chomp Playset
This set uses the mini monster jam trucks, which are super cute! You put the cars in the launcher, they go completely upside down along the track (cleverly designed to look like a wave) and then when one car hits the teeth of the shark, its mouth closes on the truck. Fun idea, but it took us about 10 tries for the truck to even make it to the teeth to hit them and close on the truck. That didn't stop the kids from coming up with a creative way to use the toy though, the boys just made the sharks mouth close themselves.
Tech Deck, Bowl Builder X-Connect Park Creator, Tech Deck, Nyjah Skatepark X-Connect Park Creator, Tech Deck, Jump N’ Grind X-Connect Park Creator, Tech Deck, Play and Display Transforming Ramp Set and Carrying Case
I'm combining my review of the Tech Deck toys into one, since they are better combined together when playing anyway. With the various pieces you can build a skatepark for a fingerboard skateboard (one included with each set). From what I've seen on YouTube, you can do some cool tricks with the fingerboard, but my son didn't have the patience to watch a video to figure out how to use these. The kiddos all visited the Tech Deck station at our party and tried them out but they didn't get as much love as the Monster Jam toys.
Here's a video I found on YouTube showing some fingerboard basics (I didn't even know fingerboards were a thing before we got these toys....)