Have been supply quality products made from sustainable resources at affordable prices since 1985. They are currently one of the largest importers and exporters of wooden toys in the UK and have never lost site that learning should be fun.
are known for their innovation in Remote Control Toys. They currently hold a license for Star Wars Toys and have recently launched the ingenious 'Pump & Play' inflatable remote control toys. Peter Jones, from Dragon's Den, was so taken with the products he has invested in the company himself.
Since 1985, Sylvanian Families has been loved by many people around the world.
It is a nostalgic toy range that attracts people from different age groups. Based on three concepts, Nature, Family and Love, children can explore the power of imagination and learn to care and share with one another. Sylvanian Families are there to help children acquire key social skills.
Flair PLC are one of the Top 10 Toys Companies in the UK and have been supplying quality toys since 1999. Some of their more well known brands are Sylvanian Family, Plasticine, Aqua Beads, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Sand Art Pro.
Men significantly outnumber women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Girls tend to lose interest in these subjects from an early age.
This inspired Debbie Sterling, a Stanford Engineering Graduate, to develop a construction kits from a girl's perspective to inspire a future generation of female engineers. She went beyond simply 'Pinkifyng' the product and combined girl's love of reading with construction. Each kit combines a book featuring Goldieblox, a kid inventor and her animal friends, construction materials so girls can build alongside her and a number of design ideas.
Lets inspire our girls and give them more choices in the future.
Established in 1997 after becoming frustrated with having young children and a desire to expand their creativity, Great Gizmos provides fun and innovative toys with great value for money, focusing on the importance of learning through play.
Understand science in the world around you with the 4M Kidz Labs range. Your child can learn in their own time, in comfortable surroundings, putting the formal classroom learning into context, creating experiments that are fun and entertaining.
Hasbro is one of the largest toymakers in the world. The company was originally started in 1923 by 3 brothers Henry, Hilal and Herman Hassenfeld hence the name. Some of it's better know lines are Action Man, Furby, G.I. Joe, Mr. Potato Head, Nerf, Playdough and Transformers.
Hexbugs were created and then launched in 2007 to introduce children to robotics at a young age. The little creatures scurry around the floor and interact with the environment around them. They in fact have 12 legs, not 6 as the name 'hex' suggests. The reference to hexagon has more to do with the packaging.
Best known for their manufacturer of Thomas and Friends related toys.
Founded in Chicago in 1992.
Sold to Tomy in 2011
Global manufacturer of innovative hands on educational products from preschool through to middle school. Great teaching devices to be used in schools.
‘where we create the future of play’
An important link between play, learning and development. Encouraging social emotional and physical skills
Founded in 1979, products include Bratz, Little Tykes and Lalaloopsy, Moxie and Zapf
More than a million children scoot to school every day on Micro-Scooters. We stock the original Swiss Designed Micro Scooters, which ooze with quality; including the Micro Sprite, Micro Bullet and the Rocket. The Micro Sprites come in a variety of vibrant colours and are suitable for children aged 5+.
If you're still a kid at heart the Bullet, Rocket and the Speed V2 Scooters are perfect for adults and can take the monotony out of your daily commute. Plus, the clever design means that you can fold the scooter away while you're on public transport and tuck it away for the return journey.
Micro Scooters are not only fun but also a good way of getting some exercise and enjoying the great outdoors.
Manufacturing educational games and puzzles for children aged 18 months to 12 years since 1971.
Boards for puzzles and games and packaging is made from 100% recycled material.
New products are created in house by a team of ‘in house’ designers and are extensively tested before reaching the market.
It took Hans Beck 3 years in the early 1970s to create the 'award winning' iconic Playmobil toy systems. To date over 2.6 billion have been produced, with 30 different play themes and they can be found in 80 different countries around the world.
Sylvanian Families were created by a Japanese Gaming company called Epoch in 1985 and started a worldwide craze. Sylvanian families are collectible animals that live in the idyllic land of Sylvan, which means 'of the Forest'.
Originally they were woodland creatures but have now expanded to include many other animals. Children absolutely adore them, they make great gifts and are fantastic for encouraging role-play.
Choose a Sylvanian family and a place to live to get started, all Sylvanian figures, houses and accessories are compatible and the Sylvanian Families can be expanded with additional Grandparents and baby figures.
Thames & Kosmos was established in 2001 but have a relationship with 189 year old German publishing house Kosmos translating and distributing their kits in North America. In 2005, they also started producing their own kits. Science teachers rave about the kits not only because they teach kids about Science in a real-life context but debunking the stereo-type of scientists being mad white-haired men, with the hope of encouraging girls into Science.
Vtech has been developing award winning electronic learning products since 1976 and first came into prominence with the LeapFrog Tag Learning System, which boasts over 80 interactive titles to help children when learning to read. More recently, as technology continues to move at such a fast pace they have developed hand-held learning devices for younger children including the Innotab, MobiGo and V.Reader.
Leading maker of classic board games and puzzles est in 1995.
Classic Monopoly and Rubik Cube
Wow is a British based company that spends most of its days dreaming up fun new toys for pre-school age children. But what makes them truly special is that their toys never need batteries, did you hear that, 'NO BATTERIES REQUIRED'! In addition, they are so confident about the durability of their toys they offer a 10-year guarantee.