Synonyms for playthings or Related words with playthings
Examples of "playthings"
released the Theodore Tugboat Cargo Game.
was an educational toy store and catalogue that was established by Frank and Theresa Caplan in 1945. The goal of Creative
was to provide simple and beautifully designed toys to promote a child’s creativity and imagination.
The Calico Critters line is currently distributed in the US and Canada by International
The company acquired Peter Pan
in 1987 and Merit Toys in 1988.
is the seventh album by Electric Company, released on October 5, 2004 through Tigerbeat6.
have also been designated with the “Spiel Gut” (Good Toy) stamp.
After the Breuer house, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and Woman's Home Companion cosponsored another model house in the garden featuring Creative
' designs, this time by Los Angeles architect Gregory Ain. The modern "Hollow Blocks" and durable wood toy designs became much sought-after and in 1950 Creative
was incorporated with Frank Caplan as president and Bernard Barenholtz as vice president. Incorporation allowed Caplan and Barenholtz to expand Creative
in order to supply educational toys and equipment to schools.
In 1968, Creative
sold a repackaged Raytheon Lectron Series 3 model as their S822 Lectron LCIII.
Class 28 . Games and
, gymnastic and sporting articles not included in other classes; decorations for Christmas trees
Kean managed and produced two
singles and an album, briefly joining them on bass in 1982.
In 1954, the
, Jewelry and Novelty Workers Union and the Distributing, Processing and Office Workers Union merged with RWDSU.
Various versions of the game were produced by Spears Games, Peter Pan
, J & L Randall and several others.
Ltd was a British toy company founded in 1963. It bought Salter Science and other assets from the receivers of Thomas Salter Ltd. During one period of its existence, Peter Pan
was a subsidiary of Berwick Timpo
when adults plan the play activity and structure the outcome of playtime it is far less effective than if children have the freedom to form their own ideas, practice skills and use
at their own speed. Cardboard box toys are an example of
which allow children to
was developed during the 1950s and soon became the Bruderhof's main source of income. Community
designs and manufactures quality wooden classroom and play environments for schools and daycare centers. The business is run by the communities in the United States and United Kingdom.
is an American trade magazine focusing on the toy and game industry. It was founded in 1902 by editor Robert McCready and publisher Henry C. Nathan, and it was published in physical form by Sandow Media on a monthly basis until Fall 2010 when it became an insert section and was merged with "Gifts & Decorative Accessories" magazine. "
" is also published online and is supplemented by a weekly email newsletter,
Extra. The magazine has won multiple Jesse H. Neal Awards, and is generally regarded as the premier trade magazine of the American toy industry.
He is credited as the writer for the "Supernatural" episodes "No Exit"—centering on the ghost of H. H. Holmes—and "
Godard, with Craig Hodgetts, Bob Mangurian and Lester Walker, formed Works design Group in 1968. Their first design was the Creative
store. Godard designed the graphics component.
Museum Victoria holds the Panaroos
Doll and Toy Museum Collection in its Childhood and Youth collection featuring items made by Australian companies during the 1930s–1950s.
In the commentary for "The Devil's Hands Are Idle
", Castellaneta says the voice is based on a "bad impression of Hans Conried".
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