Toy Insider Editor-in-Chief Marissa DiBartolo joined Good Morning Arizona to show off the hot toys kids will be asking for this spring and summer. For more on the items featured in this segment, check out the product notes below.
Parents can assemble these pop-up playsets in less than five minutes and fold them flat for easy storage. Each set is made with a durable, eco-friendly, StrongFold cardboard material that can hold up to 50 pounds. Available in slides, play cars, kitchens, and more.
Kids bring home the adventures of Disney's Raya & the Last Dragon! Raya’s steed, Tuk Tuk, is ready for high-speed adventure. This plush is made with super soft materials and features unique designs, including a shell made of embossed fabric. This adorable friend is 11 inches long when unrolled and kids can really roll him into a ball!
Kids can have all of the fun and detailed designs of face painting without the hassle of wet paint and the expense of a professional face painter! Using just a wet sponge, apply the designs easily and in just a few minutes, and the professional results are long-lasting and won’t smudge. Designs are easily removed when ready! Look like your favorite superheroes, princesses, and more!
Kids can use more than 150 included pieces to create a colorful ice cream truck, two unicorns, signs, and more. The set also comes with a figure with interchangeable expressions and stickers to customize the set, which is compatible with other Pinxies items.
Kids can build a mighty robotic bug that defies gravity to crawl up, down, and all around windows with ease! This hands-on mechanic construction kit brings engineering and physics to life. Assemble the robot to learn how its gears, motor, battery, and switch all work together. This multi-legged machine uses suction cups to walk around on smooth vertical surfaces. Kids can experiment to see what else it can climb!
Perfect for family road trips, players compete with their car mates by playing dares, answering trivia questions, completing challenges, and more. Nominate someone to be the card reader, let them read aloud one of the 200 cards, then play out each prompt.