Top Toy Picks for an Egg-citing Easter and Spring

As the weather warms up and Easter approaches, parents are on the lookout for toys that will keep their kids entertained and engaged. Jennifer Lynch, Toy Trends Specialist with The Toy Association, recently shared her top picks for the season during a nationwide satellite media tour.

For creative play, Lynch recommends the Crayola Scribble Scrubbie Pets. These washable pets can be colored with the included markers and scrubbed clean with the brush, allowing for endless artistic expression. Crayola has also introduced larger Scribble Scrubbie Jumbo Pets for kids who want to go big.

The Hatchimals Alive Make a Splash Playset offers a unique hatching experience. Kids can nurture and bathe the eggs to reveal sparkly hippo twins that change color in hot and cold water, providing a magical unboxing moment.

For fans of Thomas & Friends, the Paint Delivery Motorized Train and Track Set promises lots of excitement. As Thomas pulls the Troublesome Truck over the bridge, the paint cans will wobble and dump out, adding an element of surprise to the playtime.

Gabby’s Dollhouse fans will delight in the Celebration Party Bus, a mobile fun-factory featuring a dance floor, sofa, and karaoke stage. The set includes exclusive figures of Gabby and DJ Catnip, perfect for reenacting scenes from the Netflix series.

For outdoor fun, Lynch suggests the Crazy Cart Shuffle, a kid-powered go-kart that allows riders to drift and spin with ease. Its adjustable length frame ensures years of enjoyment as kids grow.

With this diverse range of toys, parents are sure to find something to delight their little ones and encourage their creativity, imagination, and physical activity this Easter and Spring season.

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