This past weekend saw the world’s biggest toy fair take place in Nuremburg, Germany, and in keeping with their development rate of the last few years, Moluk once again impressed with their designs, showcasing two new products and this time branching into the arena of baby products. Baby teethers Meet Nigi, Nagi, and Nogi! A.
This weekend (30 Jan – 3 Feb) marks the 70th anniversary of the world’s biggest toy fair, and the Spielwarenmesse is taking place in Nuremberg, Germany. Anyone who is anyone in the toy industry is there, releasing cool new toys, bargaining for licenses, finding out what trends are hitting the playgrounds of the world this.
I can just hear my littlest singing “Tidy up time, tidy up time” as I write this. The kids know that post-birthdays we have to do a big clear out to make space for any new toys. Some birthday and Christmas presents are “consumable” and, after bringing a fair amount of joy into our home,.
A while back a friend’s FB status went something along the lines of “Ah open-ended toys. So beautiful. So multifarious. So very expensive.” This made me sad. While I was able to share some ideas with her about “loose parts play“, I had to admit that the most beautiful open-ended toys are generally quite expensive. .
We can all admit the silly season prep has hit us hard. It’s as though Halloween comes and goes but with it goes any idea that there “might still be time to get it done this year”, whatever your it might be. Suddenly the assault of Christmas decor in shopping centres is no longer subtle and every.
So yesterday was a new experience and a big risk. We took some toddlers, a new photographer and an open forest with a bunch of our toys to see whether we could get some great shots of the kids having fun. The kids knew each other but didn’t see each other often. None of them.
One from the archives… “Spontaneous play is the delicate dance of childhood that strengthens the mind and body, and nourishes the soul.” – Dr Joe L. Frost Happy dancing!
Moluk have two wonderful toys for preschoolers and beyond – Mox and Nello. Read below for news from Zurich… Mox Next to the doll, the ball is probably the most popular and universal toy. Mox combines both worlds: It has the expressive qualities of a puppet with a big mouth and the endless possibilities of.
At a recent trade expo called SARCDA we were very happy to see a surge in the number of parents, teachers, and toy retailers showing interest in a fantastic little water toy called Pluï. Pluï, designed by Moluk, is also known as The Rain Ball, because children can control the rate of air flow through.
A significant amount of time has passed since the last post, and in that time our friends at Moluk have been hard at work preparing two new toys for the European summer – Mox and Nello. Read below for news from Zurich… Mox Next to the doll the ball is probably the most popular and.