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SHOW GUIDE Upcoming Minds


ROCKBOARD scooters are now ready to enter retailers in the UK, having already proved to be a sales success online. There are a number of styles, plus


three basic models to help bring scooting to new heights. Upcoming Minds will also be


showcasing the new flashy Radiate Skateboard and the new Rockboard Descender skateboards. Meanwhile, Loopdedoo Loom allows children to make their own bracelets in cotton in a number of styles. They have already been a hit in the US. +45 45 66 0233


Epoch


THE SYLVANIAN Families range, along with Aquabeads and Charmies will feature on Epoch’s stand. New for 2014,


Sylvanian Families will have additional play value through Connectability. This feature will allow children to customise their own Sylvanian world by trying out their own building ideas. The Cosy Cottage makes a


Haba


THE MY First Play World series is set to grow with the introduction of My First Noah’s Ark. It allows children to re- enact the famous story and includes pairs of wooden animals including lions, zebras, giraffes and elephants, plus Noah and his wife, Emzara. The firm has added Spare


Ribs to the play food and accessories line, while for dessert there is an Apple Pie that comes with lattice top


TKC Sales


TO MARK its 25th anniversary year, TKC Sales is introducing a range of products called Air Circus. Launched under its own brand, it features more than the standard offering, with price points ranging from £2.99 to £19.99. Products on the stand will include 5- in-1 Bat, Ball & Board Game Set, Croquet Set, Fun Boules Set, 3-player Kids Hopper Racing Set and Magic Bubble Factory among others. 01380 872950


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and an apple filling. Haba will grow its soft doll family with two new characters: Lennja and Elin.


The plush sisters stand at 30cm and 20cm respectively. A fairytale theme is added to the Puppet collection, with six new characters – including Little Red Riding Hood – being showcased. 0161 304 9555


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perfect starter home to begin a collection, for example. Once it is filled with figures and furniture, it can be connected to Beachwood Hall for a larger dwelling


by interlocking the homes. New Nursery and


Professional themes will


expand the world, while the Country Doctor Clinic can sit on top of the Cosy Cottage. www.epochmakingtoys.com


Thames & Kosmos


THAMES & KOSMOS has 40 new kits in the 2014 catalogue, offered in addition to the 56 current kits. There are three brand new


ranges which contain 34 of the kits. Spark is a 12-piece line of pocket money blister packs that cover a wide range of scientific subjects from growing crystal animals to make a gyroscope. The second and third


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ranges are more complex kits, priced between £9.99 and £16.99. There are 12 kits in the Science range and nine new Crafting kits. Thames


Halilit


THE TAKE-TO-PLAY Baby Gym from Taf Toys has a sturdy plastic frame that folds for easy carrying and storage. It comes with three detachable colourful multi-activity toys that hang from the gym and can be moved from side to side. Designed to help children learn the lower case alphabet and basic words, My First Letters from Scotchi is a boxed


BeeWi


BEEWI IS adding fun to smart devices by bringing wireless technology to toys.


The KickBee combines sport and tech and is a miniature robot that connects to Apple, Android and Windows smart devices allowing children to play football wirelessly. Each pack comes with a mini robot, a goal frame, a ball and customisable stickers, which can act as a player’s shirt. Meanwhile, the ScaraBee is an all


University Games


MATT HATTER Chronicles is a key new licence for University Games in 2014. The family games company will produce a


Matt Hatter board game and card game for launch in July, alongside the Simba toy range. Bunny Jump is a new children’s game which


will be supported by TV advertising during 2014. Find It Battle Edition will also benefit from TV backing, while the firm will enter the arts and crafts market, too. 03334 050120


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terrain buggy with an in-built VGA camera that relays live footage back to the smart device


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that is being used to control it. Finally, the BeeWi Mini Cooper Bluetooth cars can be driven around via a phone. They are available in Mini Cooper S and Mini Cooper Coupe. www.bee-wi.com


Le Toy Van


THE BUDKINS collection has grown to over 100 poseable characters. Each one is approx. 10cm tall, has a wooden head and feet and is dressed in an authentic fabric outfit. Themes range from pirates to princesses, knights to royals. Le Toy Van also has a line of fabric non-slip playmats, as well as a new range of pocket money toys called the Pelmel collection. A highlight is the Wizzy Pull-Back Cars line. 020 8979 2036


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set containing 15 double sided illustrated word cards, 26 lower case letter pieces, have a hook and loop fastening and an A-Z guide. Halilit will also be showing the Imaginabox Car kit, while Aeroplane, Oven and Train kits are also being launched at Toy Fair.


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& Kosmos will also continue to bolster its educational ranges, adding three lines to the Ignition series.


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