Kids' tablet computers can be created by adding a Crayola iMarker or Disney microphone to the iPad. With the right accessories for kids, tablet computers can be used by the whole family.
This year’s list of the worst toys is brought to you by plastics, those bright synthetic polymers that threaten to overtake the living rooms of middle-class parents. They can be classified into three categories: those that assault our senses, those that skank-ify our daughters, and those so bizarre they deserve a spot on late-night TV. Don’t be fooled. Many of these toys make great gifts, at least for someone else’s child, ideally someone who lives out of state. Here's my list of the Top 7 worst Christmas toys for 2011:
It was a year when contaminated eggs and McDonald's glasses found their way into the headlines. But the product fiascos of 2010 included everything from recalled cars and home appliances to food and medications. What was the year’s top recall? Read on:
Fisher-Price recall involves four different products, 46 model numbers, and almost 11 million units.
Fisher-Price recalled almost 11 million toys and children's products on Sept. 30. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission warns parents and caregivers to keep children away from the affected toys. Fisher-Price has detailed information at this website on how to get free replacement parts or repair kits for the toys. Here's a list of the recalled items:
Fisher-Price recall announced this morning affects 14 models of Trikes and Tough Trikes as well as several million smaller toys.
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With 2 million cribs in question, the Stork Craft crib recall affects all drop-side cribs built between Jan. 1993 and Oct. 2009