Camp’s Top Toys of the Week For March 8th
Here at Camp, we're pretty focused on fun. Our team is always on the lookout for unique finds, hot trends, and the very best toys and new stuff for families. That's why every week, we're sharing some of the new toys we're most excited about — and we hope you like them too.
Graham Steinberg · about 1 month ago
Heeral Chhibber / Camp
Welcome to Camp’s Top Toys of the Week, where we share with you the best that Camp has to offer for playtime, bedtime, and anytime in between! We are always looking for ways to help Campers learn through play, so this week, we’re excited to share some toys that walk that fine line between being both fun AND educational. Though if you asked us, there’s no reason a toy can’t be both!
1. The Force Coding Kit
Learn the ways of the Force while also developing some basic coding skills! Build your own 3D motion detector and write lines of code using a tablet or computer to become the Jedi Padawan you always dreamed you could be through a series of interactive challenges and games.
2. Technology Will Save Us Sew & Glow Kit
Become the envy of your classmates with a backpack that literally lights up as your strut down the hall. The best part? You make it yourself! This kit features a proprietary “electro-thread” that you can use to sew and control your creations.
3. Mindware Q-BA-MAZE 2.0: Ultimate Stunt Set
This colorful system of over 160 cubes and stunt pieces will allow you to build super complex mazes in a variety of shapes for your marbles to explore. Whether they’re bouncing off trampolines, sweeping through the roto coaster, or sliding down the coasting tube, the joyous sound of these little metal balls racing around your living room will delight everyone within earshot.
4. Hape Shape Sorter Xylophone
The littlest among us are ready to learn too! Help them with their early motor skill development with this two-part gift. It’s half classic shape sorter, half xylophone noise-maker, and one whole set of fun!
5. Kid O A to Z Magnatab
I loved visiting the Kid O store in the West Village when I was little. Now, my new favorite toy store, Camp, is selling their beautifully simple products! The Magnatab is one of their classics because it’s a fun and interactive way to learn how to write out the ABCs. It’s perfect for early learners.
6. Fat Brain Dimpl Duo
Another great one for early learners! This brilliant little tool will help your brilliant little babies begin to understand colors and shapes. On one side, the buttons come embossed with shapes and their corresponding names, and on the other, they are smooth and labeled with their colors. Pushing the silicone buttons back and forth allows for basic familiarization and tons of play!
7. ThinkFun Laser Maze
Bring those classic spy movie scenes to your dining room table and how the lasers behind them work! With challenges that increase in difficulty, your family can develop hundreds of combinations to bounce these beams back and forth and across the board.
8. eeBoo Spanish Vocabulary Bingo
Turn game night into an opportunity for picking up a second language! This new take on bingo from mother-run eeBoo features 48 basic Spanish words for everything, from groceries you buy at the market to the animals at the zoo. Plus, the whole set is made with sustainably sourced materials!
9. Mudpuppy Solar System Puzzle
We may never be able to get over the loss of Pluto, but we can still enjoy learning about the rest of the Solar System. This 70-piece puzzle features planet-shaped pieces and, as an added bonus, is double-sided with planet names in English on one side and French, Spanish, and German on the other. Bonjour Vénus, saludos Marte, and guten tag Merkur!
10. Tiny Travelers Puerto Rico Treasure Book
The Tiny Travelers series is the perfect opportunity to turn your little ones into citizens of the world through deep cultural enrichment. Each book is filled to the brim with facts about geography, language, and culture, all supported by beautiful illustrations. Make your first stop in Puerto Rico, where you can learn all about the incredible U.S. territory. Maybe we should all do a little reading about it!
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 · about 17 hours ago
It’s all fun and games with perfect outdoor activities for those 60-something-degree days!
Maria Bailey · 3 days ago
Ah, grown-up stuff. So forbidden. So breakable. So irresistible. If messing around with mom's phone just causes trouble (for everybody), try one these kid-friendly alternatives for toddlers to teens.
Deena Campbell · 4 days ago
Galactically cool toys for kids who love outer space, spaceships, planets, stars, and all things NASA.
Maria Bailey · 6 days ago