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This multi-color gummy snake is 2.5 feet, chewy and sweet. There are 3 flavors available: Apple Attack, Blue Raspberry Bite and Cherry Chase.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 31770 (added 2/24/2011)
These miniature ice cream makers take three minutes to turn ingredients (sugar, milk cream, water, and anything else like to add like nuts, raisins, or candy) into an iced confection. There's no motor or batteries...the only energy required is a little vigorous shaking. Simply place ice cubes and salt into the lower part of the cup, and fill the top with sweetened juice, milk or cream. Fasten the lid and shake. The salt quickly melts the ice, which makes the aluminum plate super-cold, turning the liquid into ice cream, ice milk, or sorbet. Available in assorted animal characters (polar bear, cat, seal, dog, penguin)
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 31750 (added 2/22/2011)
This bright blue candy powder has a sour fruit punch flavor. The bottle measures 5" x 3.75" x 2."
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 30208 (added 8/25/2010)
Top Chef, Food Network, and “Julie & Julia” have made cooking popular once again, and BANDAI’s Chef Kids capitalizes on this current popularity. While most cooking programs are aimed at adults, the Chef Kids line includes instructional DVDs created for kids with interest in the kitchen. The ChocoPot lets kid chefs make chocolate treats using a battery powered pot and three molds. Everything is included—just add chocolate!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 27148 (added 2/16/2010)
Ice cream can be even more fun with these shaped scoops. Kids can have cones filled with circles or squares of their favorite frozen treat.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 26368 (added 12/10/2009)
Coat hangers and twigs are a thing of the past now that the Spinmallow has been invented. Just stick a marshmallow on the telescoping skewer, hold over the fire and let the roasting begin. It includes a flashlight on top to help easily locate the graham crackers and chocolate. Launch date: 2009.
― John Naisbitt, owner of Thinker Things in Solana Beach, Calif., told TDmonthly in June 2010 that Spinmallow is one of his top-selling electronic items.
― “Marky Sparky is the best company for the older boy,” remarked Diana Gisolfu, owner of Sister's Kids in Springfield, Mass., about what makes Marky Sparky her best-selling line of electronic toys.
― Two of 40 retailers said in summer 2010 that Marky Sparky supplies their top-selling electronics.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 25247 (added 8/31/2009)
Kids can whip up a variety of fun, imaginative cupcakes as artful configurations or intriguing singles. It features custom-designed tools and skill-building techniques. In "Sweet!," author Jenna Land Free and expert Leslie Miller focus on how to make single cupcakes as well as splendid configurations. This fully illustrated, 24-page book comes with recipes, techniques and tips on how to create one-of-a kind works of edible art using creamy frosting, simple fondant and elegant ganache. Classic decorating tricks are broken down into simple step-by-step directions. The kit includes a froster designed with little hands in mind; three frosting tips: flat, star, and round; a frosting spreader (mini offset spatula); a stencil holder with four pre-cut stencils: sand dollar, snowflake, dragon face and bow; mini cutters in three shapes: circle, flower and shell; tweezers; a cake comb; and a rolling pin with raised edges for evenly rolled fondant. The pack is 10" W x 10" H x 2" D with e-flute packout. Launch date: August 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 25189 (added 8/28/2009)
This collection of dishwasher-safe dishware featurs Woodours artwork. Separately available pieces include a bowl (pictured), plate, spoon and sippy cup. Launch date: 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 24837 (added 8/4/2009)
Under the Sea Collection: Dolphin's Playtime Tin Lunchbox
Other products from ENCHANTMINTS
From the Under the Sea Collection, this sturdy lunch box will keep kids' midday meals safe from the sharks and other hungry predators.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 24595 (added 7/16/2009)
Jelly Belly BeanBoozled Spinner Box
From: JELLY BELLY CANDY COMPANY
Other products from JELLY BELLY CANDY COMPANY
With this game and candy in one, kids take the dare with the spin wheel, then pick the jelly bean in the color the spinner lands on to take a chance on tasting look-alike wild or mild flavors. There's a collection of 20 look-alike flavors, while others are the delicious Jelly Belly beans customers love. New for 2009 are Canned Dog Food and Centipede flavors, along with Booger, Baby Wipes and Pencil Shavings flavors, to name a few. Launch date: August 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 24451 (added 7/7/2009)
Microwave and dishwasher safe, this bright orange plate comes with divided sections to keep food organized, but also special built-in features specially designed to work with all three Constructive Eating utensils. A ramp and loading bay waits for the pusher to bulldoze peas up into the spoon, and a slotted incline creates the illusion that the fork is picking up the food just like a real pallet jack might.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 22539 (added 2/19/2009)
My Plate-Mate is a first-of-its-kind children’s learning tool for eating. My Plate-Mate is a convenient spill-guard that attaches to the rim of any 8” to 9-1/2” round plate. It promotes independence and minimizes frustration for youngsters mastering self feeding. As a spill-guard, it also reduces messy clean up for parents. "My Plate-Mate is the only product available that offers toddlers the ability to eat confidently and independently while minimizing the mess that comes with meals at home or at a restaurant," said Paige Akabane, co-founder of Hatch. This product won a 2008 Outstanding Product, i-Parenting Media award and a 2008 Seal of Approval, The New Parents Guide. Launch date: 04/29/2008
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 20135 (added 8/21/2008)
Handstand Kids Italian Cookbook and Chef's Hat in a Pizza Box
From: HANDSTAND KIDS
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The first book in the Handstand Kids cookbook series journeys to Italy and comes complete with a chef's hat. The Handstand Kids books are illustrated with a diverse group of characters who help kid chefs learn a new language. The series translates the ingredients and utensils from English into Italian, and provides kids opportunities to give back to their communities by using their cooking skills to volunteer with charities. The “illustrated cookbook … introduces kids to other countries and encourages community service,” Founder Yvette Garfield of Handstand Kids told TDmonthly. Launch date: April 25, 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12386 (added 4/18/2007)
Play & Freeze Ice Cream Maker
From: INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION INC.
Other products from INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION INC.
With the Play & Freeze Ice Cream Maker, you can make ice cream anywhere! You don’t need electricity, just add ice and rock salt in one end and ice cream mix in the other end; then have a ball as you shake it, pass it or roll it! You can make a pint of gourmet ice cream in about 20 minutes of having a ball! Made of durable polycarbonate, it’s lightweight, portable and easy to clean. Great for kids (ages 8+) as well as the whole family. Ideal for indoors or outdoors; Picnics, Parties, Camping and more!
— Industrial Revolution kicked their ball up and down the aisle at Toy Fair to convince specialty retailers that they really could make ice cream.
— The TDmonthly camera crew spotted a long-term specialty retailer ordering the ball for her toy store.
— Industrial Revolution said they did better than expected at Toy Fair with on-the-spot orders.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 6783 (added 2/1/2006)
The King Kong Yo Yo is an actual working Yo Yo in two luminescent colors of blue and green. They are filled with 2 rolls of our Sour Bubble Gum: Sour Green Apple & Sour Strawberry.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5514 (added 11/10/2005)
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