Toy Insider reviews new toys, games, books, and more every single day of the year with one goal in mind: provide parents and grandparents with quality, up-to-date insight into which gifts are truly the best for the children in their lives.
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With thousands of toy brands and tens of thousands of new toys released each and every year, it can be exceptionally difficult for gift-givers to distinguish the good toys from the bad. Fortunately, a host of toy award programs exist to help parents and grandparents do exactly that. By pre-screening toys against exceedingly high standards, these award programs can give gift-givers peace-of-mind as they shop for Christmas or Hanukkah gifts this year.
Fat Brain Toys, an independent toy maker based out of Elkhorn, Nebraska, has been on a roll in 2021 with 8 of their toys & games recognized by five different award programs. Those awards include the Parents' Choice Award, Toy Insider, National Parenting Product Award, Good Housekeeping Best Toy Award, and the National Parenting Center Seal of Approval.
"As a parent or gift-giver, you really have to do your homework these days," explained Mark Carson, the Co-Founder of Fat Brain Toys. "With many online marketplaces being overrun with no-name toys of questionable quality, getting the 'stamp of approval' by these independent award programs is vital to our brand."