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Offline CareDC

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Today's Parent reveals Top Toys for 2008
« on: November 03, 2008, 09:20:20 PM »
    Infant & Toddler

    WOW Sunny Stroll (0+, Tiny Love, $30)
    WOW Lights & Action Dollhouse (18m+, Small World Toys, $60)
    WOW Little People Spin n' Crash Raceway (2+, Fisher-Price, $40)
    Rainforest Peek-a-boo Leaves Musical Mobile (0+, Fisher-Price, $50)
    Laugh & Learn Shop and Learn Walker (9-36m, Fisher-Price, $50)
    50's Diner (2+, The Step2Company, $160)
    Nuchi Trains (2+, Little Little Toy Company, $20 for starter set)
    Bug Jug Fill & Spill (6m+, Melissa & Doug, $20)
    Boing, Bobble & Bounce (6m+, Manhattan Toy, $22)

    Preschool

    WOW Tag Reading System (4+, LeapFrog, $60; additional books, $15 each)
    WOW Baby Alive Go Bye Bye (3+, Hasbro, $30)
    WOW Hot Wheels Trick Tracks (4+, Mattel, $30 for starter set)
    Tini Puppini (4+, Spin Master, $35)
    Tune In Violin (3+, Small World Toys, $18)
    Creative Projects Table (3+, The Step2 Company, $150)
    Pengoloo (4+, Blue Orange Games, $30)
    Fix the Mix! Sequencing Game Match Up! Concentration Game Letter Crazy!
     Phonics Game (we suggest 3 1/2+, LeapFrog, $25 each)
    Counting Fun Fruit Bowl (3+, Learning Resources, $20)
    Ice Cream Parlor Play Set (3+, Melissa & Doug, $30)

    School-Age

    WOW MiYu Magic Stones (6+, Winscott Corp, $7 and up)
    WOW Sticky Mosaics (6+, The Orb Factory, $15)
    Science Stadium (7+, Learning Resources, $30)
    Flip to Win Memory Game (5+, Melissa & Doug, $13)
    Martian Matter Alien Maker (5+, Hasbro, $25)
    Mini Frisbee Golf Set (5+, Wham-O, $30)
    EzyRoller (3+ to 150 lbs., EzyRoller, $100)

http://www.newswire.ca/en/releases/archive/November2008/03/c2241.html

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Re: Today's Parent reveals Top Toys for 2008
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2008, 10:40:27 PM »
HAS ANYONE SEEN ??? :o

Playskool's
CLIPPO's
IT'S A BUILDING TOY TO GIVE LEGO A GO,

or the CLIPPO TABLE...

IT'S SO COOL!  ;)
LOOKS LIKE A GOOD BUILDING TOY FOR THE YOUNGEST TODDLERS TO OLDER ONES,
& APPEARS TO BE A NON CHOCKABLE DESIGN!

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Re: Today's Parent reveals Top Toys for 2008
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2008, 11:41:35 PM »
Are you refering to this?

http://www.toysrus.ca/product/index.jsp?productId=3316279&kw=clipo&origkw=clipo&parentPage=search&f=Taxonomy/TRUSCA/2510384

There are actually too ways to spell that, clippo and clipo :) I tried looking it up on toysrus under clippo and didn't find anything. However, eToys refers to it as clippo. Thanks for posting this. Perhaps we should create a section on here with toy recommendations. I could certainly use some advice :)

 

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