Live from the Javits Center in New York City, it’s the Toy Insider at the North American International Toy Fair! In today’s segment, Toy Insider Senior Editors Marissa DiBartolo and Ali Mierzejewski talk about the best new craft toys… read more
Trendsetters, unite! Kahootz’s Fashion Plates line gets a makeover this year. The new Fashion Press Paper Fashion Maker lets kids design, create, and style runway looks—no tracing or cutting needed. Simply press, roll, punch, and… read more
Kids can create their own spinning fidget toy using different colors, beads, and patterns. Kids will build, string, and spin a completely customizable contraption over and over again. Also includes a sturdy display stand.
The classic latch hook craft kit is back. Just loop, hook, and pull pre-cut yarn on an easy-to-follow canvas. The sturdy canvas features fabric-lined edges and hanging loops. Available in Unicorn or Rainbow designs.
Kids can make Fashion Plates fashions without tracing or cutting. Place paper into any of the eight Fashion Press punch plates and roll through the roller tool to easily punch out tops, bottoms, accessories, and… read more
Make endless wacky contraptions and crazy creatures with this 60-piece building set. Pop together the colorful tubes and bend, twist, stretch, and squish to change your creation, all with quirky popping sounds.
Toys are not just for kids. The entire family can enjoy unplugging from their devices and engaging in some old school playtime. Instituting a family game night with tabletop games is a great way to… read more
Summer road trips are fun, but they can also be taxing, with countless utterances of “Are we theeeeeere yet?” while stuck in traffic on the highway. But Toy Insider Mom Laurie Schacht reminds us that… read more
Move over Suri Cruise, there’s about to be a whole lot of new, pint-sized fashionistas in town! Great for aspiring popstars or fashion designers (or both!) the Fashion Plates Superstar Deluxe set is the newest… read more
As a child of the ’80s, I am way older than most of the Toy Insider review team. When I make references to ’80s pop culture in our office, I’m usually on the receiving end… read more