Retro video games help you relive the memories of a simpler time — and share them with those you love.
What violence is acceptable and what is not in video games?
Video games are better when they are played together.
Water Balloons for Father’s Day Father’s Day is right around the corner, and what does Dad like more than anything? He likes to get totally soaking wet! No? He doesn’t? Have you asked him? For… read more
Writing in a journal is an excellent activity for kids. It gives them time to be quiet with their feelings, and they can express themselves without fear of judgement. My daughter is on the cusp… read more
When you open a fresh new box of crayons, which color do you gravitate to first? If you said blue, then you’re in good company. In a poll conducted by Crayola in 1993 and again… read more
If you ever meet me in person, I will tell you within the first five minutes that I am a toy guy. I love playing with toys, collecting toys, and reviewing toys. I love toys… read more
Board games are so much fun, and they provide families with a great way to connect. Some of my favorites when I was a kid were Risk, Stratego, and Monopoly. I’ve been wanting to teach… read more
I am a toy guy. That is probably pretty obvious to you because you are reading The Toy Insider and probably went, “well, duh!” when I made that statement. The thing is, not every parent… read more
It was 1984 and I was in my bedroom surrounded by my favorite toys: Optimus Prime and his noble Autobots, Starscream and the evil decepticons. I never owned a Megatron because he turned into a… read more