Find a range of toys for your kids from dolls, educational to models kits. Give the power to enhance learning and of course, have fun.
Tips on Buying Toys
Read the label
Warning labels give important information about how to use a toy and what ages the toy is safe for. Be sure to show your child how to use the toy the right way.
Stuffed toys that are well made.
Make sure all the parts have good seams and edges are secure. It should also be machine washable. Remove any loose ribbons or strings to avoid strangulation. Avoid toys that have small bean-like pellets or stuffing that can cause choking or suffocation if swallowed.
Personal Plush Toys
There is a global trend around personalisation that drives innovation and the demand for custom-made products. With the release of blockbusters like Wonder Woman, Star Wars (Baby Yoda), and Mulan, one can expect to see more movie-themed plush toys flooding the market.
Education and science growth
Toys are becoming more and more focused on parents wanting to develop their children’s STEM skills (science, technology, engineering, and maths). A particularly exciting and progressive area is the arrival of STEM-related toys that have been developed specifically to encourage young girls to become scientists and engineers.
Working which is the best toys are is definitely not a job for grown-ups and that’s ok. Here are some suggestions if you want to make a kid very happy. Star Wars the Child Animatronic Edition, which are incredibly cute, lifelike animations and with plenty of different functions. Laser Battle Hunters is another one, very manoeuvrable, no need for the second player but the two-player mode is a lot of fun. Smartibot Builder Kit is something for the more experimental children in the room. It’s creative and stimulating, suits many levels of ability and it’s a great introduction to coding.