Get a Jump on This Year's New Toys

by ParentCo. August 06, 2016

Check out holiday toys before they hit the shelves. 1. CLASSICS
The Cabbage Patch Kids are back! ... Now the all new Cabbage Patch Kids Baby So Real Doll comes with an app that makes the doll interactive.
2. GAMES
Family game night is something that’s fun for everybody...set to be released this fall ...“Happy Salmon” and “Escape the Room: Mystery of the Stargazer’s Manor” are two to consider.
3. DOLLS
The first Disney Latina princess, ‘Elena of Avalor’
4. COLLECTIBLES
Some of the big trends we’ll see this year include collectibles...Shopkins is a still a leader ... Twozies from Moose Toys and Tsum Tsums and Gift ‘Ems, both from Jakks Pacific...solid ... in this group. 5. BALLS
Basketball, football, soccer, whatever your child’s pleasure, the fun won’t have to stop when the sun goes down or when the lights go out. 6. DRONES
Drones have found their place in the toy world. 7. SUPERHEROES
Move over Batman. Step aside Superman. “This is gonna be the year of girl superpower,” said Schacht. Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn and Bumblebee are among the DC Super Hero Girls that will be hitting store shelves. 8. RIDE-ONS
...DynaCraft’s dazzling Disney Princess Carriage and Radio Flyer’s spot on Tesla Model S.
Source: First look: 8 great toys coming this fall - WTOP



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