Every kid has been admonished to not play with their food, but the new JELL-O Play line from Kraft-Heinz encourages it!
The Harry Potter Coding Kit, a new STEM product from Kano, lets kids program a magic wand with signature spells from the Wizarding World.
Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) fans can colour their own fantasy scenes with the Adventures Outlined colouring book from game publisher, Wizards of the Coast, a subsidiary of Hasbro.
The Force is strong in the Star Wars TIE Fighter Desk from Rooms to Go.
The Nerf Sports Dude Perfect HoverKup game combines the essence of beer pong (sans alcohol), air hockey, and the zany trick shots of American sports entertainment group Dude Perfect.
Set your phasers on fun with the IncrediBuilds: Star Trek: U.S.S. Enterprise Book and 3D Wood Model Kit.
With their Andy Warhol Campbell’s Soup Can Chess Set, online retailer Kidrobot allows iconic pop art to be added to any game room.
Mattel has unveiled the Zoom In, a limited-edition toy car under its Hot Wheels brand, featuring an integrated GoPro camera mount.
Clothing apparel company Uniqlo has teamed up with New York-based artist Kaws to produce the Kaws x Sesame Street t-shirt collection.
American retailer, Hammacher Schlemmer, has created a super-sized, inflatable version of Twister that stands a whopping 15’ x 15’.
New York-based furniture design studio Regal Robot has produced a replica of Kenner’s classic Star Wars mini-action figure case as a stylish 38”w x 28”l x 18”h coffee table.
Summer is just around the corner and it’s time to introduce the kids to 1960s counter-culture, with the officially licensed Volkswagen T1 Camper Van from Wonderlanes.
It’s Morphin Time! Fans of the iconic Mighty Morphin Power Rangers had two reasons to celebrate this week.
It’s a pinball machine that fits on a shelf – and provides a dose of STEM education, too! PinBox 3000 from Vermont-based Cardboard Teck Instantute is a fully customizable pinball machine made entirely of high-quality, corrugated cardboard.
Thanks to a distribution partnership between Hasbro and Character Toys, the original Stretch Armstrong is back, with a new recipe.
The phrase “modern vintage” might seem like an oxymoron, but it is an accurate description of Brooklyn, NY-based Candylab Toys. The company offers a line of minimalist wooden cars, inspired by classic American muscle cars of the 1960s and 1970s.
The designers from Pop Chart Lab are collaborating with comic book publisher Marvel to produce a series of 24″ x 36″ poster-size prints that turn favourite Marvel characters and stories into visually dynamic wall hangings.
Nintendo’s officially licensed Game Boy Watch pays homage to the pop-culture icon and lets fans of ‘80s gaming upgrade their timepiece collection.