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Dr. Toy's 100 Best Children's Products - 2008

Welcome to Dr. Toy's 100 Best Children's Products - 2008!

The Latest on Evaluating Toys and Children’s Products: A Challenge and an Opportunity to be of Service to Families and Schools.

by Stevanne Auerbach, PhD/Dr. Toy

As a natural, on-going part of our work as parents, teachers, early childhood specialists and others involved with children at home or elsewhere we observe children at play. This includes selecting the right products to enhance play and learning.
Before our eyes we see what works! And what doesn't hold up under tough testing - the normal barrage of active, inquisitive, and resourceful babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and older children.
We make buying decisions based on lasting play value and product applicability to children's active, creative, and educational experiences.
We can depend on the durability and versatility of such items as blocks, construction toys, games, puppets, and transportation toys. They stimulate the imagination, engage the player, have value and hold up over time.
We want to apply the same standard to all the choices we make.
Since I spend a great deal of time reviewing large quantity of products created by myriad manufacturers and designers, I want to be sure selections match criteria.
We often hear consumers describe their experience of making a purchase, but shortly after giving little Johnny or Jane the product it falls apart – a frustrating and expensive process. Products that do not match standards for production can be dangerous and can cause harm to children. We want to avoid these problems and always strive for excellence.
Parents and teachers look to us for advice. We consider many factors when making selections.
Certainly age grading, name recognition, company dependability, versatility of design, and place of purchase are factors to obtain the right product. Another aspect you can depend on is a warranty.
Rising costs for products require us to be wise consumers and to get extra lasting value.
Certainly durable products, designed properly, and developmentally correct are worth the money. Children’s positive reactions are worth the extra effort.
I utilize a complicated set of objective and subjective criteria to evaluate toys and other products.
Some questions I ask are:

  • Is this product worth the price?
  • Does it have lasting play value?
  • Is it appropriate?
  • Is it fun?
  • Does it match safety standards?

I am pleased to have the opportunity to share my experiences with you to assist you in the selection process.
This timely report features information about l00 wonderful new toys and other products from large and small companies. The toys and products selected will meet your high standards for design, durability, quality, and price.
Let’s not forget that “play is children's work and should be respected and understood by all adults&rdquot;. We all need time to play more.
We should be thinking: “What products can we obtain to provide wholesome experiences for children and provide plenty of positive play interactions?&rdquot;
Please obtain a copy of Smart Play/Smart Toys: How to Raise a Child with a High P.Q. for yourself, new parents, your toy or book store, or for your favorite teacher.
I hope you will take the time to describe your experiences and ask your questions about toys and products by writing to me. Your comments are important. I look forward to hearing from you.

Dr. Toy’s Programs FAQ's

1. What is the basis for the selections made?
2. What makes a quality product?
3. What value is this Product list to Directors? Teachers? Parents?
4. What are the prices of the products? Does high price mean high quality?
5. Why do young children need toys? books? video and audio cassettes? soft­ware? or the new CD ROMs?
6. Can a child do better in school later on if given these products when they are in preschool?
7. How do professionals or parents find or buy these products?
8. Is there an ideal age to be exposed to educational technology?
9. What should parents and professionals watch for when they are selecting toys and other products for young children?
10 Where can I find more of Dr. Toy's articles and information?
11.Dr. Toy's thoughts for Holiday Season 2008

1. What is the basis for the selections made?
In making the selections I look for quality in the design and production of the product, plus applicability to early childhood population, appropriateness of product for education, cultural, and social sensitivity, play value or the diverse uses of the product, price, and just plain fun.  Reviewing products requires objectivity to see the product in the hands of young children and visualizing their using the product within the context of the class­room, and of course in the home. I have a doctorate in Child Development, and Child Psychology, have been a classroom teacher, and have observed over 50,000 children at play during the three years of operation of the Toy Museum and in my studies of child care centers across the country.  I know what to look for when I evaluate a product. I am interested in large and small companies, the older, established companies, and the new ones with only one product. I evaluate based on product value, price, and reliability. I want to assist teachers with the enormous job they are doing on behalf of young children and, of course, help parents who are greatly in­fluenced by what they see their children playing with in school.

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2. What makes a quality product?
A product is excellent if it is designed with the child in mind. Plus it should be easy for them to use, be completely safe, and interesting. Products should fit the child’s develop­ment, mentally, physically, socially, and emotionally, and, of course, be something they can have fun with. The product should be made to last for a long time and not break in the child's hands with reasonable use in active play. The company should be dependable and stand behind its product. It should have tested it with children to verify age appropriateness and to be assured of its usefulness for young children when it is packaged with descriptive information, age guidelines, and suggestions for use.

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3. What value is this Product list to Directors? Teachers? Parents?
This list is valuable to anyone concerned about young children and interested in their education and growth. For directors of childcare programs, it helps them to plan purchases for the year ahead fo­cusing on products that are valuable to preschool children to enhance their success in their educational process. For teachers, it helps them to consider products that will assist them in their role as teachers. Child care centers and schools should serve as models for families. Our lists are designed to help parents make good selections for their children. Parents will use the list to assist them to understand the types of products the child benefits from in school and at home. Also, they learn to be more selective in their pur­chases. They can add to products their child uses in the classroom. This is a suggested shopping list for consideration by any adult who lives or works with children. My goal is to create a valuable and much needed bridge between home, school, and the marketplace.

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4. What are the prices of the products? Does high price mean high quality?
Prices range from a few dollars to hundreds of dollars. The school has a budget set for new products. (With unfortunate cut-backs schools would benefit from private donations.) Schools make their selections based on what is good for children and what they can afford. This is true for parents as well. I look for products that offer great value along with reasonable price. Often people buy things without realizing their money may be wasted or not used wisely. What I want to do is to help consumers find the best products for the money, the ones that provide real dollar value and expand play value.

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5. Why do young children need toys? books? video and audio cassettes? soft­ware? or the new CD ROMs?
Children learn through play during their formative years. They need a good va­riety of stimulation. They need to be occupied with products that support them de­velopmentally. By using the right product children will have the best chance of learning and growing to their fullest potential. Products stimulate the child's mind, fingers, and whole body. It is hard to imagine a good classroom for young children without the wonderful basics that stimulate the child’s imagination, creativity, and learning process. Each product offers a distinct aspect of development. Toys offer a chance to act out roles, learn to make or construct something, take turns, figure something out, expand imagination, and much more. In this regard, we include art supplies and materials, construction toys, and play sets. Books of course are most important. Books help children discover the world around them -- opening doors that would otherwise be closed. Books aid children mentally and expand imagination. Books are one of the most basic tools for learning. The wise teacher and parent will offer many wonderful books to the child -- by reading to them regularly so they appreciate the value of the printed word and the pleasure of colorful illustrations. I have looked for books that are informative and open new ideas to the child. Video and audio cassettes bring words and pictures to life, encourage understand­ing and providing new visions, information and entertainment. Children benefit from stories, songs, and adventures. The programs help the child use their imagination and learn additional skills. Software and CD ROMs are the newest technology opening experiences to young minds. This technology offers the opportunity to extend learning far beyond the classroom and home. Children become the center of the learning universe and can more ef­fectively follow learning along their own path. It is possible with the tech­nology now available to finally individualize instruction as it was truly meant to be based on each child’s ability and interests and assist them to reach their own highest potential. That is not to say that play with non technological toys should be ignored, but there should be a good balance provided along with plenty of physical activity and creative pursuits.

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6. Can a child do better in school later on if given these products when they are in preschool?
Yes! Most definitely! The child has great potential to learn at the earliest age. It is up to us to create the most responsive environment at home and at school to facilitate the learn­ing process. We have many tools at our disposal to bring into the home an educational envi­ronment. A good variety of appropriate products offer to the child unlimited pos­sibilities especially when the skillful parent or teacher creates the right balance of types of products and use.

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7. How do professionals or parents find or buy these products?
Fortunately the Internet and other media reduce the amount of time it takes for adults to learn of great new products for children’s learning. They provide a very important service. So do the manufacturers who have spent a lot of money, time, and energy to enhance childhood with concrete and useful products. Now, immediately after seeing something in a magazine, adults can contact the magazine or company on line and locate more information about a specific product. They can visit their local toy or teacher store, call customer service, or easily write and obtain more information. They can order products directly. Ordering products can be facilitated by the depth of offerings and the responsiveness of a knowledgeable on line toy store. Parents can find these products in some stores, but they can also order on line. Parents can help their child’s school by donating products that can be used in the classroom.

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8. Is there an ideal age to be exposed to educational technology?
Unlike most adults, children are not intimidated by technology. Some children learn best to read from typing words. Still others can learn quickly from hearing sentences. But almost every child can easily learn how to use the computer, and not just how to play educational games. They can gain information, understand how something works, be more creative, and have fun. Through the process of discovery children can enrich their mental and creative processes. It is an exciting time to be a child and have a world of learning opening up before your eyes. Adults need to disengage from their fear of technology and see it instead as an enormous tool for learning. – A real opportunity to finally provide children with the realities of individualized instruction. This is a long time goal, sometimes a dream of educators, where children can move at their own rate with unlimited po­tential to learn. Many excellent new programs exist to enrich children’s learning styles. Specialty stores, teacher stores, children’s museum gift stores, and others offer an enormous range of diverse resources for classroom and home. Children can benefit from exposure to a full line of personal computers, tape recorders, and many other new products that assist in learning.  There are many unique and exciting electronic products that offer information and learning and interactive excitement. I am enthusiastic about the major break through in technology offering new learning for the whole family along with great potential for classroom instruction.  Learning will be more fun and a lot more accessible both at home and in classrooms.  

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9. What should parents and professionals watch for when they are selecting toys and other products for young children?
Some tips I offer to consumers are: To make a list of what the child may need. Let the child add items themselves to create their own personal "wish list." Observe the child at play. See what kinds of things they like to play with. Make sure the product is appropriate. Read the box and any other instructions. Ask yourself – Is it fun? Will it be right for the child? Will it endure? Be practical? Can I afford the product? Does it have a variety of uses? Let’s not forget that play is children's work and should be respected and understood by all adults. We all need time to play more. We should be thinking: “What products can we obtain to provide wholesome experiences for children and provide plenty of positive play interactions?&rdquot;

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10. Where can I find more of  Dr. Toy's articles and information?
From 1985 to present Dr. Toy has provided timely and valuable information on developmentally appropriate and educational toys and children’s products to parents and professionals. She has written for , , , ; on line sites (, , , , , and others); parent newspapers (Arizona, Houston, Atlanta, Southcoast); syndicated newspapers ( - five years of weekly columns, , , and others); and magazines (, , , , , ,  and others).

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11.Dr. Toy's thoughts for Holiday Season 2008
Dr. Toy has been at the forefront of bringing to the public the newest, safest, most educational and best resources. Dr. Toy has provided the first review of many products that rose to prominence and popularity. She maintains a balance in evaluations with products from small and large companies.
Dr. Toy is pleased to see that many original companies from 30 years ago are still operating. 
She wishes all children equal access to a good variety of quality products regardless of where they live or their family’s economic level.
All children, Dr. Toy believes, deserve plenty of time for play and to have plenty of playthings for more learning and fun.
All toys reviewed for awards programs are donated to the to provide joy to children.

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Image Company Item Type(s) Ages Price Phone
Action Products - Ology Germ Soaps-Helpful Ology Germ Soaps-Helpful cp es sr gn 4-12 14.00 800.772.2846
ALEX - Learn to Write! Learn to Write! es tr gn 3-5 6.99 800.666.2539
Anchor Bay - Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! es ml dv 3-5 16.98 212.752.5200
Around the Table™ Games - Family Talk Family Talk cg sr tr 4-12 12.95 314.374.4878
Automoblox - Automoblox X9X Automoblox X9X co cp es pz 3-9 40.00 973.442.9444
b. dazzle - American Revolution Scramble Squares American Revolution Scramble Squares bg es pz sr tr 4-12 8.95 800.809.4242
Beast Stew - Weebeasts Weebeasts pl ty 3-5 12.99 310.621.8203
Blue Box Toys - MiJam Pro Air Drummer MiJam Pro Air Drummer ae ho ml ty 8-12 39.99 973.740.8882
Blue Orange Games - Pengoloo Pengoloo bg es gn 4-8 29.99 415.252.0372
Briarpatch - I Spy Private Eye I Spy Private Eye cg es sr 5-12 24.99 800.232.7427
Brighter Minds Media - Bob the Builder: Zoo Bob the Builder: Zoo eg es sw vg 3-6 19.95 888.283.2246
Carrera - Go!!! Batman Go!!! Batman ae ho ty 9-12 79.99 609.409.8510
Center Enterprises - Feelings Ready2Learn Giant Stamps Feelings Ready2Learn Giant Stamps cp es sr st 3-8 13.99 800.542.2214
Chicco - Baby Space Baby Space ae eg es ty 12 m-3 y 21.99 877.424.4226
CNW Entertainment - RINDIN the Puffer Storybook RINDIN the Puffer Storybook ae bo sr dv 3-8 19.95 415.391.1331
Coin Hopping Games - Coin Hopping Washington DC Coin Hopping Washington DC es ge 8-12 29.95 301.602.5733
Corolle - Marie Marie do es fp ty 3-5 80.00 800.668.4846
Creativity for Kids - Do Art Travel Easel Do Art Travel Easel ac cp tr 6-8 29.99 800.311.8684
Critical Thinking - Building Thinking Skills Level 2 Building Thinking Skills Level 2 cd es sw 9-12 36.99 800.458.4849
Disney Baby Einstein™ - Special 10th Ed Baby Beethoven Special 10th Ed Baby Beethoven dv 3 m-12 m 19.99 800.793.1454
EDC Publishing - See Inside Planet Earth See Inside Planet Earth bo sc sr gn 7-12 12.99 800.745.4522
Educational Advantage - ROLO ROLO ac ae cp es gn 3-8 20.00 01285862800
Educational Publishing - Highlight Book of Numbers Highlight Book of Numbers bo es 12 m-36 m 6.99 800.872.5030
ee publishing & productions - Moonman Lovey/Nana Star/Book Moonman Lovey/Nana Star/Book bo cd ml pl sr 3-8 32.35 703.256.1721
Elmer's Products - Hannah Montana Glitter Studio Hannah Montana Glitter Studio ac cr 6-8 14.99 888.435.6377
Engino - 40 Models: Structures 40 Models: Structures co es sc 6-12 64.99 35725821960
Fat Brain Toy - Dado Squares Dado Squares ac co cp es 3-12 19.99 800.590.5987
Folkmanis - Chihuahua Puppet Chihuahua Puppet cp fp pl pu 3-12 20.00 800.654.8922
Free Spirit Pub. - Diapers Are Not Forever Diapers Are Not Forever bo 0 m-5 y 7.95 866.703.7322
Fun & Function - 3-in-1 Magical Apparel 3-in-1 Magical Apparel cp cs fp 3-8 19.99 800.231.8329
Fundex Games - Bagball® Bagball® ae ge op ty 6-12 34.99 800.486.9787
Funrise Toys - Tonka Go Green Garbage Truck Tonka Go Green Garbage Truck op sr ty gn 3-9 39.99 800.882.3808
Galloping Minds - Alphabet & Phonics Flash Cards Alphabet & Phonics Flash Cards es tr 1-4 14.99 866.425.5672
Gamewright - On the Dot On the Dot cg 10-12 12.99 800.638.7568
Global Kids Show - Global Kids Show DVD Global Kids Show DVD ae cp sr dv 5-11 22.00 800.928.2018
Goldberger Co. - Sensitive Baby™- Sammy Sensitive Baby™- Sammy do pl ty 0 m-7 y 12.99 212.924.1194
Green Toys - Cookware & Dining Set Cookware & Dining Set fp sr ty gn 3-12 39.99 415.829.9971
Griddly Games - Wise Alec Wise Alec bg es 9-12 24.99 604.249.5020
HABA - Building Blocks Sevilla Building Blocks Sevilla co ty 16 m-2 y 63.99 800.468.6873
Happy Kid - Fortamajig Connectables Fortamajig Connectables ae co fp ty 3-12 89.95 800.617.0474
Haywire Group - BING-OH! BING-OH! bg 7-12 19.99 413.543.3020
Heavenly Hug Doll - Heavenly Hug Heavenly Hug do fp no ty 3-8 39.99 888.484.3655
Hidden City Games - Bella Sara Trading Cards Bella Sara Trading Cards cg fp ty 7-11 1.99 206.315.3944
Hooked on Phonics - Learn to Read Pre-K Ed Learn to Read Pre-K Ed bo es sw 3-4 99.99 888.605.5055
Idbids - Eco-friendly Starter Kit Eco-friendly Starter Kit bo cp fp pl sr gn 3-9 39.99 877.443.2437
Idea Storm Products - Yamodo! Good To Go! Yamodo! Good To Go! cp es no tr 8-12 9.95 443.255.4792
ImagiPLAY - PuzzlePlay Rainforest PuzzlePlay Rainforest cp pz sr ty gn 3-5 19.99 800.882.0217
Infantino - Loopapalooza Loopapalooza ae cp fp ho pl tr ty 6 m-24 m 14.99 800.3675.8182
Inspire U - Friends Forever Girls-Reina Friends Forever Girls-Reina bo cp do sr ty 6-10 89.00 951.837.8989
Int'l Playthings - Yookidoo Stack, Flap N' Tumble Yookidoo Stack, Flap N' Tumble ml ty 9 m-36 m 24.99 800.445.8347
ISEO Chemdis Pvt - Modena the Racer Modena the Racer fp ho sw ts gn 2-6 19.95 877.289.0730
Jaden Toy - Race N' Bake Race N' Bake bg 3-8 24.99 416.898.2554
Jandie Jams Music - Multiplication Sensation™ Multiplication Sensation™ bo cd es ml 7-11 16.99 800.391.2278
Junction of Function - Writing Made Simple Writing Made Simple ae cr es ty 2-8 29.95 239.777.4009
K'NEX - Octopus Whirl Octopus Whirl co cp ty 7-9 19.99 800.543.5639
Katjan - Mini Best Pals Mini Best Pals do tr 3-5 25.00 417.332.3655
KIDdesigns - "Growing Smart" Laugh with Me Botley "Growing Smart" Laugh with Me Botley eg es ty 4-8 39.99 888.867.8697
Kids Fly Safe - CARES-Child Aviation Restraint System CARES-Child Aviation Restraint System sr tr 1-5 74.95 800.299.6249
Kids Preferred - smart-e-bear smart-e-bear es ml pl 3-6 79.99 866.763.8869
Knowledge Adventure - My First Adventure My First Adventure eg es fp sw 3-5 19.99 310.533.3402
Kutoka Interactive - Mia's Reading Adventure Mia's Reading Adventure es dv 5-9 24.99 877.858.8652
Learning Station - Brain Boogie Boosters Brain Boogie Boosters ae cd es ml sr 3-5 15.00 800.789.9990
LEGO Systems - Stegosaurus Stegosaurus co cp es fp sr 9-12 44.99 800.453.4652
Madcap Logic - Creativity Express Creativity Express ac cd cp es sw 6-12 29.95 888.375.0560
Maestro Classics - Story of Swan Lake Story of Swan Lake cd 6-12 16.98 866.432.7624
MEGA Brands - Smart Builders Piano Smart Builders Piano co cp eg es ml ty 1-3 34.99 800.465.6342
Mudpuppy Press - Get Crafty Journal Get Crafty Journal ac bo cp tr 5-8 10.00 800.670.7441
New Hope Records - All Roads Lead To Home All Roads Lead To Home cd ml sr 2-8 14.98 516.466.6040
NewEnglander - Virtual Space Journey NewEnglander Virtual Space Journey cp no sc dv 9-12 17.85 903.432.3346
North Star Games - Say Anything Say Anything bg 12-12 24.99 301.493.4331
Pal Toys - Bright and Beyond Bright and Beyond ae cp eg es tr 0 m-5 y 4.99 877.725.8880
Paramount Home Ent. - Wayside School Season One Wayside School Season One dv 6-10 19.99 310.528.5262
Parents® by Battat - Critter Conga Critter Conga ae cp ml 12 m-24 m 39.95 800.247.6144
Patch Products - Perfect Sence Perfect Sence bg cp es 12-12 29.99 800.524.4263
Peaceable Kingdom - Spin & Go Board Game Spin & Go Board Game bg es sr 4-8 16.00 877.444.5195
Pennie Sempell's Place - Fun Time, Relax Time Fun Time, Relax Time ae cp ml sc sr 3-8 15.95 877.431.2378
Platypus Games - Jumbulaya Jumbulaya bg 8-12 29.95 425.736.0933
Play Smart - Rainbow Blocks Rainbow Blocks ae co cp es ty 3-6 39.95 732.995.3198
Playroom Entertainment - Baker's Dozen Baker's Dozen cg es 9-12 12.00 866.999.9654
Poole Productions - Let's Learn Spanish Let's Learn Spanish cp es ml sr dv 2-10 15.99 713.823.3881
Preschool Prep - Meet the Sight Words 1, 2 & 3 Meet the Sight Words 1, 2 & 3 es vt dv 9 m-6 y 14.95 866.451.5600
Pressman Toy - Be The Expert Be The Expert bg 8-12 15.00 800.800.0298
Professor Pocket - Our Hawaiian Hula Adventure Our Hawaiian Hula Adventure cd es ml tr 2-8 17.95 888.246.7486
Publications Intl - Poingo™ Poingo™ bo cp eg ml 3-7 34.99 800.595.8484
Rand McNally - Illustrated Map of the US Illustrated Map of the US es tr 2-12 16.95 800.678.7263
RC Art Toys - Color Bug with Playpad Color Bug with Playpad ac ae cp ty 6-8 34.99 888.445.8280
Robbins Toy - Original Ultimate Spinner Original Ultimate Spinner ae bg cp es gn 4-12 49.95 207.342.5221
Roylco - Scents Sort Match-up Kit Scents Sort Match-up Kit bg sc 4-8 39.99 800.352.8656
SET Enterprises - SET Cubed SET Cubed bg es tr 8-12 20.00 800.351.7765
Smart Picks - Fruit Flies' Picnic Interactive CD-ROM Fruit Flies' Picnic Interactive CD-ROM ae bo cm sw 5-12 19.95 216.226.6173
Spin Master - Muno's Groovin' Guitar Muno's Groovin' Guitar ae cp eg ml ty 2-8 19.99 800.622.8339
Sprig Toys - Adventure Series Discover Rig™ Adventure Series Discover Rig™ ae fp op sr ty gn 3-6 59.99 970.472.0321
Step2 - Puppet Theater Puppet Theater ae cp fp no pu 2-7 69.99 800.347.8372
Steps4Kids - Steps4Kids to Write Cursive Steps4Kids to Write Cursive es dv 7-10 19.99 760.635.3501
Tecnitoys North America - SCX Compact NASCAR Set SCX Compact NASCAR Set fp ho ts ty 4-12 89.99 419.575.3776
Think It Ink It - Creative Writing Story Kit Creative Writing Story Kit cp es no sr 4-12 9.95 212.717.0017
Unitech Toys - FunFlyStick FunFlyStick ae es fp no sc 9-12 26.95 877.786.9743
US Playing Card Co - XLR8™ XLR8™ cg cp es fp tr 7-12 4.99 800.542.7430
Wild Republic - Bindi Outback Adventure Doll Bindi Outback Adventure Doll do es fp ty gn 3-5 19.99 800.800.9678
ZinkoTek - ZinkoTek ZinkoTek co es op ty 3-12 350.00 415.446.8797

Key to Item Types:
AC - Arts & Crafts AE - Active Toy AP - Activity Product AT - Audio Tape
BG - Board Game BO - Book CD - CD CE - Entertainment
CG - Card Game CM - CD-ROM CO - Construction Toy CP - Creative Product
CR - Computer Related CS - Costume DH - Dollhouse DO - Doll
DV - DVD EG - Electronic Game EL - Electronic Product EQ - Equipment
ES - Educational Skills FP - Fantasy Play GE - Game GN- Green Product
HO - Hobby ML - Musical MM - Multimedia NO - Novelty
OP - Outdoor Play OT - Other PL - Plush Toy PT - Pool Toy
PU - Puppet PZ - Puzzle RS - Rubber Stamp SC - Science
SR - Socially Responsible ST - Stamps SW - Software TR - Travel Item
TS - Transportation TY - Toy UN - Unique Product VG - Video Game
VT - Video Tape
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