ToyStar Tips

  • Group play with other children is an important part of your child’s early development. But, just like grown-ups, it’s important to have their own space too. Giving them the freedom to play independently, without their friends taking the lead and without you hovering over them, benefits your child in a number of ways.
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  • Dressing up in crazy costumes, scaring people stiff and eating their own body weight in sweets. You don’t need Professor Brian Cox to tell you why children love Halloween. If you’re struggling to find an outfit for your child, why not make one? We’ve got some fang-tastic ideas that are fun to do and won’t cost
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  • Playing with toys has its risk, but that doesn’t mean you should wrap your child up in cotton wool. It’s important that they’re given the freedom to play independently in order to learn and develop. Our experts reveal their top safety tips to reduce the risk of accidents occurring. Keep An Eye Out Supervision is
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  • If you’re crazy about football, you’ll love our football tables from JumpStar Sports. From miniature ones for younger players to full-size tables for tournament play, our football tables come in a range of styles for football fans of every age group. With so many types to choose from, it can be overwhelming deciding which
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  • If your child gets muddy footprints all over the sofa, think twice before you tell them off. For all you know, they might have been pretending it was a Viking longship or a fire breathing dragon. Studies have shown that there’s a strong connection between imaginative play and cognitive ability. Children with a strong
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  • Space hoppers have come a long way since the 1970s. Whilst fun and exciting to bounce around on, they’ve always been a bit too wobbly and unstable for children under the age of 4. That’s where bouncy animal hoppers come in. Instead of looking like a gigantic boiled egg, these inflatable hoppers are designed to resemble
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