Camp’s Top Toys of the Week for April 5th
Here at Camp, we're pretty focused on fun. Our team is always looking for unique finds, hot trends, and the very best toys and gifts for families. That's why we're sharing some of the new toys we're most excited about, and we hope you like them too.
Graham Steinberg · 5 months ago
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Playtime isn’t a solo sport! Sometimes we want to pick out fun toys that can bring the whole family together. This week we look at some popular picks that are fun for parents and kids alike. So check your watches, because it looks like it’s half past FAMILY TIME!
1. Mindware QBAMAZE 2 Big Box
Bring everyone together to build out amazing marble-run creations with this 50-piece kit. You can either work as a family or split into teams, competing to make the fastest track while boosting those important spatial and building skills. A world of possibilities!
Will you develop your own sheep empire (sheepire?) or be the ruler of all things wheat? This classic board game allows you to trade materials and build your own world. It’s literal hours of fun the whole family can enjoy.
3. Affirmators! Family Deck
“I treasure what a gift it is to be part of a group of such eclectic weirdos.” These are the things we all need to hear to know how much we're loved! Use this deck of 50 cards to show the love between you and the weirdos you love most.
4. Singing Machine Superstar Bluetooth Sing-Along System
What’s a better way to spend family night than fighting with your dad over whether you sing The Alan Parsons Project or Dua Lipa? But seriously, the most fun nights I’ve ever had were belting my heart (and poorly-trained lungs) out to my favorite tunes while everyone tried desperately not to cover their ears. But who cares what they think! It’s your time to shine!
5. Spark Family Fun: 50 Ways to Play, Laugh, and Connect
We’ve all been here. It’s Friday night and you and the kids are trying to come up with something fun to do. You don’t want to just turn to the TV and throw a movie on... so let’s try to come up with something a little different. This set of matches will quite literally “spark” your next activity with suggestions ranging from pulling out the old photo albums to hosting a family talent show.
6. All Are Welcome Here! 1000-Piece Family Puzzle
We all love puzzles. What makes this Mudpuppy one so perfect for your next family night is its imagery that features different mantras of diversity and kindness. Not only will you work together to build the full picture but it can also lead to a great discussion on topics about compassion and justice.
7. Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition
Most great parties nowadays end with a rousing and hilarious game of Cards — but who says all the fun has to be reserved for the grown-ups? Now in Family Edition, some of the more inappropriate options in the original deck have been switched out with a lot more fart jokes. But don’t worry, you'll still be rolling on the floor at the end of this one.
8. Darth Vader and Family Coloring Book
Okay, so Anakin Skywalker was definitely not the most involved parent. (Search your feelings. You know it to be true.) But let’s pretend for a second that he actually spent some quality time with Luke and Leia. These fun illustrations show the major plot twist of a family doing fun activities together — just like you and your kids!
9. In the French Kitchen With Kids
Want your kids to grow up to be the next Daniel Boulud? Get them started early with this wonderful cookbook featuring all the French classics from ratatouille to steak frites. Everything is compiled in a easy-to-follow format that lets the whole family take part in creating delicious dishes.
10. Open the Joy Let’s Chat Cards
It’s dinner time, and after a long day of school and work, nobody has anything to say to each other. Pull out the Let’s Chat cards to get the conversation started. 90+ cards are broken down into conversation starters, riddles, games, and jokes. It's a great way to encourage bonding and thoughtful discussion — or at least learn a new knock-knock joke.
11. Rhyme Antics
Pick up a vocab word, drop a beat, and get everyone together to spit some fire with Rhyme Antics. Develop communication skills and on-the-fly thinking while you freestyle your way through a deck of words. Just hope you don’t end up having to rhyme orange!
12. Candyland: Retro Edition
A great way to bond with the kids is by introducing them to some of your childhood favorites — and what better game to start with than Candyland? This retro edition looks exactly like the one you’d pull out for Saturday night games with your own parents.
13. Franklin Sports 5-in-1 Sports Center
Don’t have that fully decked out game room? Not a problem! Now, all your favorites come in one set. Whether you're in the mood for billiards, glide hockey, soccer, table basketball, or bowling, this set is perfect for your family game night!
14. Electronic Catch Phrase
With 5,000 phrases and dozens of categories, there’s something for everyone in this grab it, guess it, pass it game! Randomly generate a phrase and try to get your teammates to guess it — in any way possible. But watch out for that buzzer!
15. Franklin Sports Field Day Tug of War Rope
What better way to bring a family together than by LITERALLY PULLING THEM APART. Tug of war is the perfect battle of strength and will. Grandma always used to win our games.
Make your room the coolest spot in the solar system — no, the galaxy. No, wait — in the *universe.*
Sarah Burns · 2 days ago
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Maria Bailey · 15 days ago
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Sarah Burns · about 1 month ago