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#lego
The Globe LEGO Set is a Spinning Globe Model of Earth made of 2,585 BricksThe Globe LEGO set is the perfect gift for LEGO enthusiasts or travel-loving friends!The LEGO company has released a new LEGO set featuring a 40 cm globe model made of 2,585 bricks. The model was created by a fan-designer and brought to life by the LEGO® Ideas team after fans voted for its official release. The model is spinnable thanks to its spinning axis made of LEGO Technic elements that allow mobility. In addition to that, and the excitement of building something out of a huge number of bricks, the set features glow-in-the-dark tiles that display the names of the continents and oceans. Those tiles are perfect for when you’ve put up the built model for display! Image credit: LEGO #LEGO #model #globe #toys
#hasbro
Yamdalorian and the Tot: The Mandalorian and Baby Yoda are Turned into Potato Head Toys by HasbroMore variations of Potato Head are now available for kids and toy enthusiasts!Hasbro created Potato Head versions of Grogu and the Mandalorian from the popular Star Wars series, The Mandalorian. The toys called the Yamdalorian and the Tot, are designed for kids ages 2 and up. The cute Tot figure can also fit inside the Yamdalorian’s pouch, which just makes it even more adorable! No need to worry about buying these two separately, because just like in the show, these two are a package deal. The Potato Head toy has fourteen different pieces to mix and mess around with, from the Tot figure to thirteen accessories.  The set includes things like a helmet, armor, and cape– fans and kids can have a lot of fun with the different possibilities! Image credit: Hasbro #hasbro #potatohead #themandalorian #toys 
#games
The 2021 Inductees into the National Toy Hall of Fame include Sand, Like the Kind People Find For Free at the BeachMany toys have come and gone over the years, decades, and centuries. Some of them have been lost through time and forgotten. Others are still remembered and played even to this day. Chess and playing cards are great examples.The National Museum of Play, however, considers one toy to be "universal": sand. And it is a no-brainer why it is the case. First of all, it is present in nature in abundant amounts. Second, it's free-to-play! Literally!Historians believe that we humans have been playing with sand ever since the time of ancient civilizations. Unsurprisingly, playing with sand and sand sculpting is still popular to this day.The National Museum of Play has inducted sand to their National Toy Hall of Fame this year, along with the American Girl Dolls and the board game Risk. Check out the other inducted toys from the previous years over at the site.(Image Credit: RAMillu/ Pixabay)#Games #Toys #Childhood #Sand