Madballs: Ready to Gross-Out a New Generation

The 1980s: A time of big hair, hilarious sitcoms, and gross toys. Madballs originally bounced into the toy box in 1986 as a series of toy rubber balls. Best remembered for their horrendously bad looks,… read more

Strawberry Shortcake Throws Back to Original Design

Most desserts are known for their sweet deliciousness, but others are best known for the adorable toys named after them. While some may start salivating at the mention of strawberry shortcake, others are washed over… read more

Kick Back at the Squinkieville Clubhouse Playset

No matter how many collectibles kids may have, you can guarantee that they’ll want that collection to continue to grow at an alarming rate. That being said, when their collection has nearly maxed out, they’ll probably… read more

MagicMeeMees Are Expressive New Collectibles

It can be tough for kids to explain how they are feeling—but that’s no problem for MagicMeeMees. A new interactive collectible line from Future of Play, MagicMeeMees are cute little plastic creatures that vibrate and light… read more

Gemmies Design Studio Review

Your life is about to get a little bit bling-ier. Gemmies, from Tech 4 Kids, is the newest way for kids to create 3-D beading crafts. Kids can build up adorable crystal-looking 3-D figures through… read more

Happy Places Happy Home Houses Shopkins Fun

For the past two years, one collectible has been topping kids’ wish lists: Shopkins. This year, Moose Toys expanded their Shopkins line by adding Shoppies, mini dolls that are fun friends of our favorite Shopkins… read more