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by American Speciatly Toy Retailing Association   |   July 29   |   0 Comments
Kids home this summer and looking for something fun to do? Create an animal hat and get the cock-a-doodle-dooing started! Our friends at EeBoo have put together a fun craft that pulls double duty: it’ll keep the kids busy as they create and then inspire all sorts of imaginative play.

by Claudia, Towles, aMuse Toys   |   June 10   |   0 Comments
Handprints.  Those adorable little hands are the perfect starting point for a fun, simple and personal gift on Father's Day.

by The American Specialty Toy Retailing Association   |   June 10   |   0 Comments
It doesn’t matter what your decorating style was pre-kids, after children enter your life your house becomes a myriad of colorful play things. The path of ‘constructive’ destruction leading from your front door to the bedroom? The one comprised of strewn building blocks, doll accessories, crayons and who knows what that is on the carpet? It’s a sign that some amazing play is happening at your house! 

by Mary Couzin, Chicago Toy and Game Group   |   May 20   |   0 Comments
Play is so important for our mental and physical health, that I make it a priority to find ways to bring play into the day whenever possible – even when I bake! These fully playable, fully edible set of fun, fudge brownie dominoes are always a big hit!  Below is my secret recipe, along with a few bonus links that take you to decorating pattern and official rules for playing this classic game.

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