STEM Industry
The market for child development toys is expected to reach about $40 billion worldwide by 2019; STEM/STEAM toys are projected to comprise 76% of that market.
Which Witch?
The classic children's board game 'Which Witch?' from Milton Bradley was created by Joseph Burck of Marvin Glass and Associates. 
The board game 'Careers' was initially developed and self-published by sociologist Dr. James Cooke Brown as a way to demonstrate that being successful in life can take many forms.
The initial run of 400 Slinky toys sold out in 90 minutes when they were showcased at Gimbel Brothers department store in 1945.
Cozy Coupe
The world's largest driveable Cozy Coupe is just over eight feet long and is based on a modified Daewoo Matiz.
Lionel Trains
Lionel Trains were inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame in 2006.
Classic dice game 'Yahtzee' was originally given the name 'Yacht Game' by its creators who developed the game while aboard their yacht.
Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots FacTOYd
The Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots original names were Blue Bomber and Red Rocket.
Barrel of Monkeys FacTOYd
Barrel of Monkeys was originally named Chimp to Chimp. Lakeside Toys changed the name when they bought the concept from the toy's creators.
Etch A Sketch FacTOYd
Over 100 million Etch A Sketches have been sold since the toy's introduction in 1960.