Tag Archives: Smart Toys and Games

Smart Toys and Games targets home-schooling families with DIY science range Smartivity

With the nation adjusting to yet further weeks of home education, Smart Toys and Games has unveiled a raft of hero products from its new partnership brand, Smartivity – a collection of DIY science and engineering wooden construction sets designed to offer up lessons in STEM learning. Smartivity’s laser cut …

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Wastebuster calls on industry with Toy Take Back and Recycle to Read campaign

The environmental awareness platform, Wastebuster has partnered with Products of Change to bring together a cross-sector of stakeholders to share knowledge, resources, and finance, to develop an efficient, environmental, and sustainable means of recycling plastic toys. In partnership with EPPIC (Extended Plastics Partnerships for Innovation in Circularity) the programme will …

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Smart Toys and Games brings global hit 30 Seconds board game to the UK

Smart Toys and Games is bringing the internationally popular 30 Seconds title to the UK, marking the first multi-player game among the firm’s award-winning Smart Games collection. In this fast-paced general knowledge game, players have 30 seconds to describe five names on their chosen card, for their teammates to guess. …

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Smart Toys and Games keeps it local this summer with Arundel Festival sponsorship

Smart Toys and Games highlighted the benefits of keeping it local this summer, celebrating the success of a 10-day sponsorship of this year’s Arundel Festival, an annual event for the population of the UK historic market town. The festival – which took place between August 16 and 26 – is …

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SmartMax’s My First Totem scoops Platinum and Gold wins at Loved by Parents Awards

Excitement reached fever pitch at SmartMax HQ recently, when the team learned it had scooped both Platinum and Gold in the prestigious Loved by Parents Awards for its newest product, My First Totem. The new toy took the winning spots in not one, or two, but three categories at the …

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