For Immediate Release
Media Contact: Greg Walsh
Walsh Public Relations T: 203-292-6280; email@example.com
Dr. Toy® Announces 100 Best Children’s Products of 2015
Guide to the Best Toys and Children’s Products
An Opportunity to be of Service to Families and Schools
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (October 1, 2015) – As a natural, ongoing part of our work as parents, teachers, early childhood specialists, and others involved with children at home or elsewhere, we observe children at play. With 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. This guide is offered to complement your observations and to help you in selecting the right products to enhance your child’s play and learning.
We make buying decisions based on lasting play value and product applicability to find a good balance of 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 these standards to all the play product choices we make. We often hear consumers describe their experience of making a purchase, but shortly after giving little Annie or Danny the product it falls apart – a frustrating and often expensive experience. Products that do not meet safety standards can be dangerous and cause harm to children. We want to avoid these problems and as always strive for excellence.
Dr. Toy spent a great deal of time reviewing a large quantity of varied products created by manufacturers and designers the world over. We make sure the final selections match the extensive criteria for excellence.
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 everyone to be wise consumers to get lasting value. Durable products, properly designed and developmentally correct are worth the money. Children’s positive reactions are worth our care in selection. Dr. Toy utilizes a comprehensive set of objective criteria to evaluate toys and children’s products.
Basic questions are:
Is this product worth the price?
Does it have lasting “play value”?
Is it appropriate?
Is it fun?
Does it meet safety standards?
8y – 12y
10 Best Games, Board Game, Card Game, Educational Skills, Puzzle
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