Toy catalog


The first thing that any psychologist will tell you about toys for the youngest-they should be bright and realistic.

Rattle & Roll

$6.97

With its easy to grasp teetheable surfaces and fun rattling sounds, these toy cars will be a favorite as baby grows.

Smartwatch DX2

$59.97

It’s kid-friendly, reliable and lets kids take quality pictures and videos, play games and tell time right out of the box.

Sports T-Ball Set

$25.97

The oversized bat makes it easy for toddlers to make contact with the oversized baseball and practice their swing.

Baby Laptop Toy

$22.97

Close the laptop, and it’s ready for on-the-go fun with a chunky carrying handle. Learning fun is a click away!

Flip Stunt Rally

$9

Jumping ramps with the extra bright LED headlights and high performance rubber grip tires brings a thrill to the drive.

Trampoline with Safety

$248

The 7' Trampoline provides hours of active bouncer trampoline fun from Little Tikes. A perfect starter trampoline.

Metal Cookware

$15

Scoop, strain and serve fun pretend play meals! Set includes: ladle, straining ladle, spatula, spaghetti server, pot holder.

Pencil's Scribble

$24.97

Tap the screen to make your writing come alive with cute animations. Then get creative and use the stylus to draw anything!

Rumble Piggy Bank

$18

Press the piggy's snout for silly sounds and exciting bumbling motion and your baby will be giggling all the way to the bank!

What kind of toys are there?


It is necessary to choose toys with the expectation of the possibility of movement of parts of the toy or sound signals in response to various actions.

Next – toys that can be collected and folded, sorted and placed in space. After that, the time comes for various role-playing games, for which separate toys will also be required. In general, all toys can be divided into several categories:

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Technical

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Construction

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Sports

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Musical