Do you have an aspiring meteorologist on your holiday shopping list? Toy Insider Mom Laurie Schacht stopped by The Weather Channel to show off some great toys inspired by climate, weather, and the environment. For more on the items featured in this segment, check out the product notes below, and for our complete rundown of the best gifts for the holidays, check out our complete holiday gift guide.
Design and spray on colorful outdoor designs with the Crayola Washable Sidewalk Paint Sprayer. This sprayer lets you transform any ordinary outdoor surface, even those covered with snow or grass, into a blank canvas for your creativity.
Take a snow day as your blank canvas and transform the white snow into colorful creations.
The Paint Sprayer comes with two pre-filled paint cartridges, two stencils, and an instruction sheet to help get you started.
Available: shop.crayola.com, Amazon, Kohl’s, Target, Toys R Us, Walmart
It’s the showering, shaking doggy bathing board game! Players race around the board washing Soggy Doggy, but watch out – if he shakes, a player gets a little wet then they go back to the start. Be the first to make it around the board to the doggy basket to win!
Bill Reese has been production director at The Toy Insider since 2014. A former editor at Playbill and graduate of SUNY–Purchase, he spends most weekends rooting for the New York Red Bulls pro soccer team and staring adoringly at his baby boy Jonah.
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