Family movie nights are a great way for parents to spend some quality time bonding with their children. As every parent learns eventually, as kids get older hanging out with mom and dad doesn’t maintain… read more
The Doc is in, and now she has a new little sister. All Doc McStuffins fans will be familiar with the latest season, where Doc’s parents make the decision to adopt a baby. The storyline is about… read more
Attention royals! Make sure you are ready to style up on the go with our #DisneyStyleCollection Twitter Party, sponsored by Jakks Pacific, on Friday, Nov. 10 from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. EST. Join us for an adorable… read more
Eat your vegetables; do your homework; and lights off at 8:00 p.m. There’s a laundry list of things that parents and kids will never agree on, and up until recently, clean your room fell somewhere… read more
Between the Hot 20, STEM 10, and Top Tech 12 top toy lists, The Toy Insider has selected amazing toys that will delight kids of all ages this year. From tigers to teddy bears, babies… read more
This collectible line takes Disney characters and reimagines them as sweet treats that kids can mix and match. Each D-Lectable separates into four interchangeable elements that snap back together. The collectibles come in blind bags,… read more
Kids combine the puzzle experience with construction to create a 3-D castle featuring Disney Princesses, including Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Tiana, Aurora, and Merida. The Easyclick technology and plastic pieces provide stability, with no glue required.
These puppets feature the original Disney gang with retro styling. Kids can animate the mouths and hands of Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, and Donald Duck, and Pluto has an expressive face, a moveable mouth, and perky… read more
Kids can learn simple coding techniques, such as block coding and connect-the-dots, to create and choreograph dance sequences for the Belle doll through an app. Also features three standalone modes of play, more than 100… read more
Kids can press a button to transform this regular vehicle into a Roadster Racer. The easy-grip controller lets kids drive forward, backward, left, and right. It also features a horn and three messages from Mickey.