The View: Best of the Toy Fair
Over 1,000 toy exhibitors showed off their latest gadgets and games at the International Toy Fair. To share some highlights, toy expert Elizabeth Werner brought some of the year’s best choices, including the My Image bracelet maker and a Sulley Monsters Inc mask.
The View: Imagine I Can Review
Classic toys are popular once again, Werner said. Here is what she showed off on The View.
- Imagine I Can
These toy kits include games, imaginations, and role playing. Kids can learn easy, portable crafts.
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- Haba Puppet Theater and Toy Shop
This puppet theater converts into a storefront, giving kids options for imaginative and creative play.
The View: Pulsar Powerballs Review
- Curiosity Kits Pulsar Powerballs
Kids can create their own bouncy balls with this toy. You can choose your own colors using the included mold, and even learn a little about science along the way. The balls include a light that glows in the dark.
The View: My Image Bracelet Maker Review
- My Image Bracelet Maker
Create personalized photo bracelets to make them your own or create homemade gifts. You can print images out and cut them using the toy machine.
The View: Triple Eight Wipeout Helmet Review
- Triple Eight Wipeout Dry Erase Helmet
Create your own helmet to play safe on a bicycle. You can erase what you drew and start over, which could get kids wearing helmets and having fun with them.
The View: Razor Trikke E2 Review
- Razor Trikke E2
These new scooters are electric and move in a skiing motion that everyone seemed to enjoy.
The View: Sulley Monsters Inc Mask Review
- Sulley Monsters Inc Mask
In time for the upcoming Monsters University movie, you can get the Sulley mask from Spinmaster. The mask was designed by a puppeteer, and the mask animates the eyebrows and the chin as you talk while you wear it.
What do you think is the best new toy of the year so far?