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As well as being fun, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) toys and books are a great way to build skills such as problem solving, spatial awareness and critical thinking.
We’ve chosen a range of toys and books to help curious children everywhere develop an interest in science and discovery.
We are delighted to announce our first brand new Toymark winners of 2016. Our good practice award recognises toy retailers and booksellers who are marketing inclusively to all children, without ‘boy’ and ‘girl’ labels or colour-coded signage.
Let Toys Be Toys is recruiting volunteers to help run our Toymark good practice scheme. Could you help us? Read more…
Let Toys Be Toys, the parent-led campaign that aims to see ‘boys’ and ‘girls’ signs removed from toyshops and websites, has announced the launch of a good practice Toymark: to be awarded with the help of mystery shoppers.
Supporters have been asked to nominate shops Read more…