A robot monkey made out of bright orange and yellow plastic blocks claps its hands. A train constructed of the same yellow, orange, and red blocks follows a hand-drawn track…
Looking for something to gift little Einsteins in your family? The search is over. Here are Parentology’s 2019 picks for best STEM toys for kids.
Children’s calming toys may be on your radar for holiday gift shopping. Hesistant on if they really work? Read to see what experts say.
A year after its shutdown, Toys R Us is reopening in 2019 with two permanent stores in New Jersey and Texas, featuring new interactive technology.
Every year, World Against Toys Causing Harm (WATCH) releases a list of the worst toys for the holidays. Read more to see if your kid’s favorites are on it.
Toys R Us is back! Now operating almost exclusively online, the toy brand is working with Target to relaunch after its 2017 closure.
Lego’s starting a new program called the Give Back Box, which takes used Lego bricks and cleans them for reuse through Teach for America and other programs.
The push for kids to approach STEM is stronger than ever. LEGO League Jr. has made it easy for kids to get into STEM, all while boosting their creativity.
On Tuesday, toy manufacturer Mattel debuted the first-ever official Braille deck of UNO cards, to make the game more accessible for low-vision players.
Parentology writer Julie Tolar weighs in on Adventure Academy, a game that takes kids ages 8-13 through a virtual school campus via learning challenges.