A number of toys made their debut in the late 1980s. Some started out as toys and were later introduced in cartoon stories: “Star Wars,” “Dennis the Menace,” and “Small Wonder.” These programs became the hits of that decade and were then introduced in the form of toys in the market. Electronic toys became extremely popular and were generally referred to as the most constructive ones.
The primary motive of every parent, is to keep their child happy. Every teacher wants his students to learn. What’s important is how much you know about what makes your kid happy or unhappy.
It’s a pleasure to watch your child grow and learn new things. Sending him to the right school and helping him understand new words from those books is important – at the same time, you need to make sure that you provide the finest toys for your little ones. There are toys that develop new skills in your child and one of the best options for tiny tots is a set of construction toys.
Thanks to the Economic Development Corporation (EDC) of Sarasota County, Laser Pegs is now proudly displayed as a local company in the Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport.
Who lit up the New York Toy Fair this year? By far it was Laser Pegs – the worlds only patented lighted construction set! Toy Fair kicked off on Sunday, February 12th at the Jacob Javits Center and Laser Pegs was in attendance for it’s second year. This exciting show was an opportunity for toy makers, toy buyers and toy lovers alike to experience new products and revisit familiar classics in an effort to get these toys in the hands of children all over the world. There weren’t any children wandering about to try the toys, but rather the adults had an opportunity to play.
The Toggery in Little Rock, Arkansas lights up their store with Laser Pegs! Carrying all the amazing Laser Pegs kits and utilizing a play table in their store, The Toggery is a fantastic location for customers to stock up on Laser Pegs. Located in West Little Rock and The Heights, The Toggery specializes in newborn, baby, toddler and children’s clothes and gifts. It was established in 1948 and current owners Phil and Penny Olinghouse have been there for over 30 years!
This was by far one of my most exciting discoveries at the 2012 toy fair! I knew instantly that my son and many other children just like him, would go crazy for the New laser pegs stackables, fresh to the UK all the way from the US where it is already a massive hit!