These old toys are learning new tricks in this trailer for Toy Story 4 - Critical Hit

These old toys are learning new tricks in this trailer for Toy Story 4 3

Toys are magical creations that bring joy to the life of little kids. And Darryn. Which I guess also explains our fascination with the ongoing journey of Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang and their efforts to bring smiles to the faces of their young owners. Its been nine years since they bid an emotional farewell to Andy in Toy Story 3, but that wasn’t the end of their journey as the gang is back to ensure that a new young girl, Bonnie, gets to experience the joy of having toys.

This time around, its neither Woody or Buzz that are the centre of Bonnie’s attention, but rather a newcomer named Forky, a toy that she made herself and who is the most important friend in her life as Woody and Buzz need to put their own priorities aside to help Forky become a better toy.

I’ll be honest and admit that I was concerned about having another Toy Story movie as it felt like it was just an unnecessary sequel for the sake of making money, especially after Toy Story 3 ended on such a powerful high. It does seem though that Pixar is not just making an aimless sequel, but has got a strong narrative behind this one that actually compliments the other films in how it moves the character along and allows them to transition to a new owner and experience new adventures in the world.

Sequels tends to often be lesser versions of the originals but in the case of the Toy Story franchise you could argue that each one has been an improvement on the last at least in terms of its emotional weight of storytelling. And if this trailer is anything to go by, I think Toy Story 4 looks set to repeat that trend as I found it difficult to not want to chug up at the sentimentality and strong emotional connection already on display in this trailer. I think it’s safe to say you’re going to need to bring tissues to the cinema for this one. A box for yourself and another for the kids.

These old toys are learning new tricks in this trailer for Toy Story 4 4

Toy Story 4 is set for release on June 21t and features much of the same voice cast, including Tom Hanks, Woody Allen, Annie Potts and Joan Cusack, returning to voice the characters we have all grown to love, with Randy Newman also once again providing a highly emotive soundtrack for this movie.

The big newcomer to the picture is director John Cooley who has become a regular in some of Pixar’s recent movies, but is new to the Toy story brand, taking over from John Lasseter, Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich. The pair are still involved in the movie, having created the story for it alongside Pete Doctor and Andrew Stanton, who finished the screenplay with Stephany Folsom.

The first Toy Story was the very first CGI movie and kick-started this new level of excellence that we have since come to experience from the genre. It appears with Toy Story 4, there is going to be no letting up and it’s just going to continue taking it to infinity and beyond.

Last Updated: March 20, 2019

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HOUSTON — “Gadget Nation” Author Steve Greenberg drops by Great Day with great, smart toy ideas for your smart kid in this week’s edition of Tech Corner Powered by XFINITY. The first toy is “Professor Maxwells 4D Chef”, which won Best Product at Toy Fair NY 2019. You can learn how to make 18 different recipes while learning about what you’re making. The “Artie 3000” is another toy he talks about, which is a drawing robot that teaches kids to code. “Dr. Biscuits’ Radical Road Trip” is great for road-trips to the store or out-of-state and includes 60 different games. “Squishy Circuits” is a great way to build and make your creations come to life with lights, buzzers, motors, and more! It uses it’s insulating “play dough” to teach the basics of electric circuits. Lastly, “Big-A-Bubbles” creates giant bubbles right before your eyes! It comes with 6 different themed gloves. For more information on Steve Greenberg, follow him on social media at @SteveTV, or visit his website at

Global Early Learning Toys Market Report Analysis by Market Competitors, Region, Product, Application and Forecast upto 2025 - The Beaumont Daily


Early Learning Toys

Global Early Learning Toys Market Report 2025 covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the Key Vendors operating in this Global market. This report presents the Early Learning Toys market size (value, production and consumption), splits the breakdown (data status 2014-2019 and Forecast to 2025), by manufacturers, region, type and application.

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The Early Learning Toys market is valued at xx million US$ in 2018 and will reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025. The objectives of this study are to define, segment, and project the size of the Early Learning Toys market based on company, product type, end user and key regions.

The Top Major Companies in Early Learning Toys Market are:

  • Mattel,LEGO,Hasbro,Bandai,TAKARA TOMY,Gigotoys,MGA Enternment,Melissa & Doug,Simba – Dickie Group,Giochi Preziosi,PLAYMOBIL,Ravensburger,Vtech,Leapfrog,Spin Master,MindWare,Safari,BanBao,Qunxing,Goldlok Toys,Star – Moon

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Early Learning Toys Market: Type Segment Analysis (Consmption Volume, Average Price, Revenue, Market Share and Trend 2019-2025):

  • Activity Toys,Games and Puzzles,Construction Toys,Dolls and Accessories,Outdoor and Sports Toys,Other Type

Early Learning Toys Market: Application Segment Analysis (Consumption Volume and Market Share 2019-2025; Downstream Customers and Market Analysis)

  • Individual Customers,Wholesale Purchasers

Regions that have been covered for this Early Learning Toys Market

  • North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia, Spain and Benelux)
  • Asia Pacific (China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia and Australia)
  • Latin America (Brazil, Argentina and Colombia)
  • Middle East and Africa

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Total Chapters in Early Learning Toys Market Report are:

Chapter 1 Overview of Early Learning Toys Market

Chapter 2 Global Market Status and Forecast by Regions

Chapter 3 Global Market Status and Forecast by Types

Chapter 4 Global Market Status and Forecast by Downstream Industry

Chapter 5 North America Market Status by Countries, Type, Manufacturers and Downstream Industry

Chapter 6 Europe Market Status by Countries, Type, Manufacturers and Downstream Industry

Chapter 7 Asia Pacific Market Status by Countries, Type, Manufacturers and Downstream Industry

Chapter 8 Latin America Market Status by Countries, Type, Manufacturers and Downstream Industry

Chapter 9 Middle East and Africa Market Status by Countries, Type, Manufacturers and Downstream Industry

Chapter 10 Market Driving Factor Analysis of Low End Servers

Chapter 11 Early Learning Toys Market Competition Status by Major Manufacturers

Chapter 12 Early Learning Toys Major Manufacturers Introduction and Market Data

Chapter 13 Upstream and Downstream Market Analysis of Early Learning Toys Market

Chapter 14 Cost and Gross Margin Analysis of Early Learning Toys Market

Further in the report, the Early Learning Toys market is examined for Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin. These points are analysed for companies, types, and regions. In continuation with this data, the sale price is for various types, applications and region is also included. The Early Learning Toys Market consumption for major regions is given. Additionally, type wise and application wise figures are also provided in this report.

An atmosphere of learning: Pre-K class receives educational toys from donation - Petoskey News-Review


One prekindergarten classroom in Charlevoix sees how community coming together can help provide young children an atmosphere of learning by playing.

Children in Amy Baldwin’s pre-K class at St. Mary School in Charlevoix received a generous donation of educational toys and other materials all designed to help build the cognitive and social skills, language abilities and interest in learning new things about the world.

Dressed as astronauts, firemen, police, doctors and more, the young students asked questions, laughed and played while learning.

Four-year-old Mallory Hosford was pretending to be a veterinarian using the new educational veterinarian kit inside the classroom.

“I get to nurse the animals and help them feel better,” Hosford said, when asked about the new learning tool.

The donations were proceeds from a parent’s candle party, Baldwin said.

“It all started when one of my students’ parents offered to have a PartyLite candle party in order to raise funds for our class,” Baldwin said. “She saw the extra things I buy for classroom supplies and she wanted to help.”

The candle party raised $200, and with some help from a downtown children’s clothing store, they were able to purchase approximately $700 in classroom play items to enhance the child’s discovery and creativity that begins with a child’s imagination, Baldwin said.

“The parent talked with Jodi Bingham, of GaGa for Kids, and the magic began,” Baldwin said. “I looked through a catalog and created a wish list of items for our class. She then partnered with the famous company, Melissa and Doug, to come up with a plan of getting the most out of our money.”

Bingham naturally wanted to see the classroom get the most for its money.

“They were interested in purchasing toys and I thought it was the perfect opportunity for me to get involved and really make it special for the kids,” Bingham said. “I thought Melissa and Doug was a perfect company to pair with what Ms. Baldwin was looking for. Their toys are focused on creative play and education.”

A load of learning games, costumes, and other educational materials were delivered by Bingham to the classroom on March 5, and the students were ecstatic, Baldwin said.

“Lots of puzzles to help with the cognitive learning skills and a hopscotch rug to learn turn taking and number talking,” Baldwin said. “All the play items are learning and educational. From costumes of community professions to a vet clinic box set, it helps them learn and they just think it’s fun.”

West Newbury Learning Center focuses on play | Local News - The Daily News of Newburyport


WEST NEWBURY — Physicist Albert Einstein called it “the highest form of research.” Playwright George Bernard Shaw said we’ll grow old without it. And educator Maria Montessori dubbed it “the work of the child.”

Even Fred Rogers, the cardigan-clad icon of PBS TV for children felt strongly about the intrinsic value of play. “Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning,” Mr. Rogers told generations of parents.

Although numerous studies have underscored the negative impact a lack of daily play and exploration may have on a young child’s development, the emphasis on teacher-directed, academic-style classrooms at increasingly younger grade levels is often the norm in schools these days.

Enter Tracy Hartford and The West Newbury Learning Center, a play-based child-care option for families that she and her husband,Terry, opened in town square in January.

Located at 277 Main St, it’s a convenient spot for parents in need of quality short-term — even last-minute — child care for toddlers and preschoolers; while also offering an array of after school programming for students through 12th grade.

The center is a nurturing space for young children to explore their creativity, begin to assert themselves as individuals, and make new friends.

As a mother of two teenage children, Hartford, who has a master’s degree in child development and 20 years of elementary school teaching experience, said she understands children have a biological imperative to learn about themselves and the world around them through play and exploration. She is passionate about individualized, play-based learning — something she said is missing from a lot of classrooms these days.

“Education is very cookie cutter right now,” she said.

With its wooden toys and furniture, natural lighting and soft-toned walls, WNLC exudes a calm, peaceful — yet enticing — atmosphere where youngsters are encouraged to investigate what interests them most. In one corner stands an easel; in another, a dollhouse; while a dramatic play area calls invitingly from still a third section of the room. There’s books, puzzles and age-appropriate crafts.

Toward the back, a child stands, intently scooping and squishing kinetic sand at the sensory table.

WNLC offers weekday tot sessions for ages 2 to 5 years old from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. 

The children — a maximum of six per session — are provided with a variety of hands-on activities to play by themselves or with others. They have snack time and conclude their session with meeting time on the rug where they hear stories and sing songs — all based on a monthly theme. The idea, says Hartford, is to let the children play and “just be themselves.”

The cost is $50 per session with an optional lunch session from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for $15 more. A session on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 to 3:30 p.m. is $45. Parents may sign up for as many as six sessions a month in advance. Or, if last minute care is needed — and there’s room — they can reserve a spot the same day.

WNLC also runs programming for older kids, such as the popular Girl Power Yoga sessions for ages 5 through 12.

Hartford uses yoga to combat the negative messaging about self-image with which young girls are exposed to these days. As a result of the program’s success, she is planning to run a similar workshop for ages 12 to 14. There are also movement classes that younger children may either sign up for in advance or on the same day. After-school tutoring in early literacy is available from Hartford as well.

Terry Hartford has always liked math, so he enjoys building confidence in the subject for the young people he tutors at the center. He also offers sessions in developing executive function skills — or what he calls the skills needed “to get things done” —time management, dealing with distractions, getting organized, prioritizing and creating routines. Too often a student is labeled “lazy” or “unmotivated” when what they actually have is an executive function weakness.

“The good news is that EF skills can be taught — it’s not an affliction,” he said, noting that he not only guides his students but also follows up to make sure things get done. “And when a coach tells them to do something — they do it.”

Seeing anxiety evaporate from the faces of his students once they get the hang of it is its own kind of reward, he said.

With a degree in civil engineering from Tufts University, he spent 25 years buying and selling power plants around the world before deciding to apply his corporate finance skills to his real passion — teaching and coaching.

Before opening the center, he taught algebra to eighth-graders and now coaches Georgetown High School’s alpine race and varsity lacrosse teams.

After raising their own family here for 17 years, the Hartfords said they feel honored to be helping today’s young families. 

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Mothercare sells off Early Learning Centre to cut debt -


Mothercare is to sell the Early Learning Centre to toy retailer The Entertainer for £13.5m as it grapples with its turnaround.

The embattled retailer, which staved off collapse last year by shutting 60 stores and going cap in hand to shareholders to raise £30m, said the sale of the baby toy business was its “next step toward being free of bank debt”.

As part of its radical rescue plan Mothercare is shifting its focus from its shrinking UK business towards its international arm, which makes the bulk of revenues.

Mothercare said that while the Early Learning Centre (ELC) gave it a “solid presence in the toy market… the group does not have the necessary capital, resources or scale in this category…

Educational Toys Market Rising Trends, Demands and Development Analysis 2019 - Press Release - Digital Journal


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In addition, this report discusses the key drivers influencing market growth, opportunities, the challenges and the risks faced by key players and the market as a whole. It also analyzes key emerging trends and their impact on present and future development.

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The prominent players in the global Educational Toys market are:

Mattel, Toys R Us, Engino, Learning Resources, LEGO, BanBao, BANDAI NAMCO, GigoToys, Goldlok Toys, Hasbro, JAKKS Pacific, Inc, Melissa & Doug, MindWare, Ravensburger, Safari Ltd, SIMBA DICKIE GROUP, VTech.

Educational Toys Global Market Report from Market Insights Reports covers market characteristics, size and growth, segmentation, regional breakdowns, competitive landscape, market shares, trends and strategies for this market. The market characteristics section of the report defines and explains the market. The market size section gives the market revenues, covering both the historic growth of the market and forecasting the future. Drivers and restraints look at the external factors influencing the growth of the market. Market segmentations break down the key sub sectors which make up the market.

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Homemade Educational Toys Help Refugee Children Learn And Grow - Forbes


South Sudanese refugees are making their own low-cost creative play materials with support from UNICEF and the LEGO Foundation.

South Sudanese refugee children practice their storytelling skills with locally made hand puppets at the Bright Early Childhood Center in Uganda’s Yumbe district. © UNICEF/UN0220170/Sibiloni

UNICEF and partners are working tirelessly all over the world to save and protect children. 


By 2050, an estimated 42 percent of the world’s new babies will be born in Africa. UNICEF and the LEGO Foundation want to make sure every child gets the best start in life, so they’ve teamed up to provide babies and children around the world with plenty of opportunities to play and learn, donating educational materials and training parents, teachers and caregivers to support young children as they grow.

There are 35,000 3- to 6-year-olds growing up in Bidi Bidi — the world’s second-largest refugee settlement — in northern Uganda’s West Nile region. Their families fled escalating violence and hunger in South Sudan. Play materials and money are scarce, but ingenuity and the need to play are universal. With funding from the LEGO Foundation, UNICEF-supported instructors are teaching parents and caregivers how to make their own creative playthings: handmade ABC blocks, cardboard books, puzzles, puppets, shape sorters and more. 

South Sudanese refugees children play with their locally made toys together with a caregiver at Bright ECD Center, Yumbe District, Uganda.© UNICEF/UN0220270/Sibiloni

The homemade educational play materials replicate those found in UNICEF’s Early Childhood Development (ECD) kits, including locally made clay, handcrafted beads for stringing and brightly painted stacking cups. By mid-2018, volunteers had completed 60 kits for each of four Early Childhood Development Centers at Bidi Bidi, reaching nearly 2,500 children. 

Caregivers make creative playthings at a workshop sponsored by LEGO and UNICEF at St. John Bosco Primary Teachers College in Lodonga, Uganda.© UNICEF/UN0220252/Sibilon

At a workshop at St. John Bosco Primary Teachers College in Londonga, Uganda, UNICEF-supported instructors teach parents and caregivers how to make simple picture books that will spark the curiosity of infants and young children. 

“Play is paramount for all children’s healthy development and fostering the breadth of skills they need to navigate a complex and uncertain world,” says Sarah Bouchie, Head of Learning Through Play in Early Childhood at the LEGO Foundation. “We know that play is a critical means for alleviating trauma and building resilience, and that engaging in play-based activities with responsive caregivers will ultimately help to give vulnerable children a better path forward.” 

A selection of educational toys made by South Sudanese refugees using recycled and low-cost materials in Bidi Bidi refugee settlement, Uganda, © UNICEF/UN0220191/Sibiloni

A kit of engaging educational toys made by South Sudanese refugees in Bidi Bidi includes homemade number tiles, beads for stringing and a counting circle that helps children recognize the meaning of numbers and learn how addition and subtraction change numbers. 

A South Sudanese refugee baby plays with a locally made sponge ball in Yumbe district, Uganda. © UNICEF/UN0220171/Sibiloni

In early childhood, children’s brains can form 1,000 neural connections every second, the building blocks of every child’s future. UNICEF ECD play materials are specially designed to stimulate young minds and promote healthy emotional development. Bouncy sponge balls encourage movement, muscle strengthening and dexterity. Homemade hand puppets give children a chance to practice empathy and storytelling skills. 

Dalli Alli, 28, a Ugandan caretaker, looks at locally made cardboard books with South Sudanese children in Kimba Early Childhood Development Center, Bidi Bidi refugee settlement, Uganda. © UNICEF/UN0220210/Sibiloni

Sharing books with parents and caregivers helps children develop a lifelong love of reading. Ugandan caregiver Dalla Alli, 28, shows homemade cardboard books to South Sudanese refugee children in Bidi Bidi refugee settlement.

Shape sorters locally made with low costs or zero cost materials thanks to UNICEF for the innovative approach to material development in ECD centers. Kimba, Bidi Bidi refugee settlement, Uganda.© UNICEF/UN0220198/Sibiloni

Locally made shape sorters train infants’ hand-eye coordination, control in handling objects and understanding of spatial orientation. 

Emergency settings, poverty and inequality have a profound negative impact on children’s developmental outcomes. Globally, one in 11 children age 6 or younger has spent the most critical period of brain development growing up in conflict. Play can be a powerful strategy to help traumatized children regain a sense of normalcy and, in the long run, build more peaceful societies. 

Since 2015, the LEGO Group, the LEGO Foundation and UNICEF have collaborated to improve children’s lives by promoting quality early learning through play in 48 countries. Leveraging private-sector core business operations, skills and know-how, UNICEF’s partnerships with companies and foundations can be a game changer for making a bigger impact on the well-being of children around the world.

Learn more about how creative play wires young children’s brains for a happy, healthy future, and the Africa Play Conference co-hosted by UNICEF, the LEGO Foundation, the Department of Basic Education in South Africa and the Association for the Development of Education in Africa.


For over 70 years, UNICEF has been putting children first, working to protect their rights and provide the assistance and services they need to survive and thrive. With a presence in 190 countries and territories, UNICEF has helped save more children’s lives than any other humanitarian organization in the world. 

"Go Big Give" campaign to benefit GI YMCA - KSNB Local 4


GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (KSNB) – People with the “Go Big Give” campaign want to raise $1 million this year for local non-profits, and one is hoping to use the donations to buy new technology for kids.

Kinds in the childcare program at the YMCA in Grand Island aren’t short of toys to play with and books to read, but one thing they don’t have is technology.

That’s why the Y is hoping to buy eight tablets for their younger kids with the money raised during the “Go Big Give” campaign.

“I’ve only been here a couple months, and one of the things I’ve noticed we were lacking in the child center was that technology piece,” said Charles Hansen, CEO of the Grand Island YMCA. “The teachers do an awesome job with reading and getting them active. So getting them exposure at an early age is really important.”

Hansen said their three and four year olds will use the tablets for educational games. It’ll be part of their new Hatch program, which contains a STEM curriculum, and begins next month.

The tablets cost between $250 and $500 each.

Hansen said they’ll help their young kids be prepared when they go to school.

“With the tablets, they actually have games that they’re learning, and then it charts how the kids are doing on the “games,” but they’re actually learning and developing. Then we get to see the progress from each grade level,” Hansen said.

Heartland United Way and the Grand Island Community Foundation teamed up for the sixth year of “Go Big Give.” This year, the 24-hour online donation will benefit 125 non-profit organizations in Hall, Hamilton, Howard and Merrick Counties.

People with the campaign announced the goal at a press conference Tuesday at Tom Dinsdale in Grand Island.

In the last six year, the campaign has doubled the number of non-profits participating.

This year, the fundraising goal of $1 million is $325,000 more than what they raised last year.

“We want new donors to all of these organizations. We want to grow philanthropy. We want to create that education awareness about all the great things that are happening, and all these wonderful programs, and encourage people to give,” said Karen Rathke, president of Heartland United Way.

The big day of online giving is on May 2.

You can schedule a pre-give on April 25 through May 1.

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Global Educational Toys Market Insights 2019 – Vtech, Bandai, TAKARA TOMY, BanBao, Ravensburger, Simba-Dickie Group, Qunxing - Industry News Network


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