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Simon Gameplay The Simon game is a circular electronic device that has four different colored buttons: red, yellow, blue, and green. The game begins with one of the colored buttons lighting up, and ...

The Toy Foundation™ (TTF) and the University of Richmond (UofR), two great passions in Richard Gottlieb’s life, are proud to announce the Richard Gottlieb Toy Entrepreneurship Grant&n...

Teacher of the Year, Paul Andersen, taught science for 20 years and has been an educational consultant for a decade. In today\'s episode, he discusses running a successful Kickstarter for his product...

The Gift of Authenticity: Embrace Your Inner Truth, Unleash Your Potential is a book that will launch you onto a journey of self-discovery and truly change your life. Written by Gil Druckman, toy and ...

Overcoming Obstacles with MESH Helps   MESH Helps started with a question, “How can we strengthen the skills kids need for their mental, emotional, and social health and build resilience ...

  Educating families on how to keep children safe at play remains a year-round priority for The Toy Association. While each November we mark the kickoff of the holiday season with our annual T...

NOMINATIONS FOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FOR THE 2024 TOY & GAME INTERNATIONAL EXCELLENCE AWARDS ARE OPEN!   People of Play (POP) is Accepting Lifetime Achievement TAGIE Award Nominations...

Seventy-eight percent of consumers consider sustainability very or somewhat important when making buying decisions or shopping at a retailer, according to a Consumer Sustainability Survey from Bl...

It’s Not All Fun & Games: A Life in Film Production, Video Games, and Toys by Mark Flitman is an incredibly well-written memoir detailing the trajectory of Flitman’s career. Flitman te...

  Don’t call them “Kidults!” As if it were a good thing, NPD Group proclaimed in 2022 that toys and games for “Kidults” represented at least 25% of US-based toy s...

Tait & Lily, Inventors of Betcha Can't!