Kids encouraged to dance along with toy and send videos in to win £1,000.
Marlon Dingle plays with a variety of the bug-based toys in the ITV soap.
Generation Media brings licensed product to the small screen this Christmas.
InspirationWorks uses 3D technology across four screens in busy shopping area.
Fans party in Covent Garden to celebrate the launch of new toys and the latest series of the Nickelodeon show.
Kids can win toys by hunting for Scoob and his pals at the National Children's Museum Eureka.
Parents will be able to redeem points for toys, kids' cups and more.
Toy loving TV presenter shows-off a doll version of himself; Lorraine Kelly, Chris Evans and Alan Carr dolls also made.
Latest campaign for myStyle to reach more than two million girls.
Spin Master kicks off heavyweight TV campaign running into Halloween.
Teddy bear pillow firm picked up by newspaper's business section.
Character Options encourages millions of kids to get involved in football brand.
Hasbro releases new board game in style at London's May Fair hotel.
Solid gold Iggy Moshling among the prizes in new Golden Ticket initiative.
Construction micro-figures and play-sets to benefit from one of firm's biggest TV schedules this year.
"World record trifecta has exceeded our expectations in bringing the brand to life," says Mattel.
Kids can win prizes by submitting comedy clips featuring the football figurines.
Full campaign details revealed in an interview with Hasbro UK chief Foye Pascoe.
The In Thing produces over 400,000 sample packs for the September edition of the No1 Kids magazine.
Five-time consecutive Olympic gold medal champion will meet with five kids next week.
TV ads, online partnerships and competitions will promote Nerf N-Strike Elite range.
Retailers will get the opportunity to have their store and Haba displays featured on the Haba Mums Club website.
Campaign proves to be a marketing success as toy firm finds its new star.
To mark the occasion celebs nominate a list of the most 'beautiful sounding' words.
Supplier offering readers £10,000 worth of toys; promotion will reach half a million children.