Toy Fair NYC 2012 Top Picks

by superexhausted on February 20, 2012

So this past week,  I went to the 2012 Toy Fair in NYC,  what a fun day . It was a great trip, I got to do a brief run through of some great toys.   Here are some of the cool item I saw over the course of the day:

In the morning I attending the Cepia NYC Toy Fair breakfast  with Mom Select breakfast with host Marie Bailey.

We got to see some great toys:

DageDar A skill rolling collectable RPG game.    My son loves the video game they also have webisodes on line to build the game for the kids. 

Xia Xia hermit crab pets without the mess in collectable cases

 

Zhu Zhu (be sure to watch out for my Zhu Giveaway coming up in the next week)

Also during the Breakfast we got to see Bridge Direct new Toys

Waverly and the Magic Seashells line the magic pearl make the action (deluxe$24.99)

Shoulder Buddies Fun little guy with the use of a magnet he can sit on your shoulder.

Inkoos-  You color on them then they wash them and start all over my daughter is going to love this. ($19)

Then we got to explore the 2012 Toy Fair NYC!

Also Tegu which are great wooden block with magnets made into them, wooden toys always a big hit. Made on this side of the world in Honduras  not in China.

USA Made toys for 2012 toy Fair

Handicap Puppets made in the USA by Dexter Educational toys

The owner of this USA made company has a book that was written by her granddaughter.

“The adventures of KatGirl”  My daughter loved this book it was about a girl who is in a wheelchair and her adventure at a new school’

Hand Trux  such a cool toy it is a shovel and toy great for kids int the backyard, beach, and  snow.  I got to interview the creators of this fun toy. So be sure to watch for my interview in the future.

Be sure to check out my Post on my visit to the Mellisa and Doug Booth

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Amy B. February 29, 2012 at 10:19 pm

Is it bad that I still love toys as much as my kids do? Sometimes I think I got stuck at 8 years old.

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