The 2017 National Toy Hall of Fame has narrowed their newest candidates down to 12 choices, and only 2 or 3 will actually be inducted. We'd like to know what toy Wyoming thinks is most deserving of the Hall of Fame.
With Christmas bearing down on us, we all want to give memorable toys to our girls and boys. Toys to bring joy now and memories to last a lifetime. But which ones should we buy? A new survey asked adults to name the most iconic toys of all time...
Most kids say they want all the “tech” gadgets for Christmas this year, anything from the I-Pads to the latest X-Box. But remember back in the day when you couldn’t wait for Santa to bring you that Easy Bake Oven, (nothing like cooking a cake using a 75 watt lighbulb) or how about those Power Ranger action figures. Anything made from companies like Fisher Price, Hasbro Mattel or Wamm-O, were big hits for we kids of the baby boom! Which toy do you remember the most?
Ever since it was introduced in 1963, the Easy-Bake Oven has been marketed exclusively to girls, leaving aspiring boy chefs out in the cold. But that's about to change thanks to a campaign led by a teen girl on behalf of her four-year-old brother, who loves to cook.
Scandinavian Toys"R"Us licensee Top-Toy has taken a new approach to making sure kids get what they really want for Christmas: a fully gender-blind catalog that erases the line between boys' and girls' toys.