2 to 4 Years
Toys best suited for 2 to 4 year old children.
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“Somehow the killing of this giant spider, all alone by himself in the dark . . . made a great difference to Mr. Baggins. He felt a different person, and much fiercer and bolder in spite of an empty stomach, as he wiped his sword on the grass and put it back into its sheath. ‘I will give you a name,’ he said to it, ‘and I shall call you Sting.’ ” – The Hobbit, JRR Tolkein
Hobbit toys are coming in time for the holidays (and the release of the first chapter of the epic JRR Tolkein novel and Peter Jackson Saga) and they’re looking way cool, including Sting, Bilbo Baggin’s elvin sword of choice.
Continue reading » Cool Hobbit Toys Ready for the Holidays
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With studies showing that one of the main things kids want for Christmas is a tablet, LeapFrog has jumped into the deep end with their LeapPad2 series of learning tablets. And Disney has quickly jumped on that bandwagon by licensing a series of LeapPads themed after the Disney Princesses.
Continue reading » LeapPad Explorer Goes Disney
First, there was Dance Star Mickey in 2010, then there was Rock Star Mickey in 2011, and now, Disney has announced Master Moves Mickey, a great interactive doll which can perform up to 15 ultra-cool break dancing moves that Disney hopes will get kids up and movin, fly style.
Continue reading » Disney Introduces A Fly Lookin’ Master Moves Mickey
LeapFrog has announced that a newer, faster, LeapPad will be coming out just in time for school. The LeapPad 2 will sport a faster processor, 4GB of Storage Memory, a higher resolution screen and longer battery life, making the LeapPad a serious tablet and not just a toy.
Continue reading » LeapFrog to Upgrade the LeapPad
Continue reading » Win the water wars with these serious Super Soakers
Every first Tuesday of the month at the LEGO store, there’s a free building event. Kids can line up and build a small monthly themed set (this month’s was a lawn mower for Father’s Day) and then bring it home. For FREE! But that’s not the only place you can build LEGO toys. Barnes and Noble has a series of events as well.
Continue reading » Upcoming LEGO Build Events at Barnes and Noble
Summer time means the great family vacation and that usually means road trip (although with gas hovering near $4.50 a gallon, who knows how long that’ll last), and road trip usually means hours of trying to keep your youngins entertained on America’s highways and byways. Coloring is a great way to do that and Crayola has a portable travel tube which gives kids everything they need to while away the hours being artsy, and avoid all the mess that can come from coloring outside the lines and off the paper.
Continue reading » Crayola Color Wonder on The Go Is Ideal for Traveling Toddlers
Did you know that you can get a free* two-year subscription to LEGO Club Magazine? Over at LEGO.Com you can input your mailing info (plus a few extra pieces of data) and receive your monthly copy of LEGO Club Mag.
Continue reading » Get a free two year subscription to LEGO Club Magazine