Top Toys of the Week for July 12th
Here at Camp, we're pretty focused on fun. Our team is always looking for unique finds, hot trends, and the very best toys and gifts for families. That's why we're sharing some of the new toys that have us feeling excited. We hope you like them too!
Graham Steinberg · 3 months ago
In honor of our latest new store opening, we’ve decided to give you some ways to bring Art CAMP to your own home! These kits and activities are great for bringing your friends together for an afternoon of creativity and fun. From massive coloring projects to making movies together, there’s plenty here to explore and express yourself. And if you’re nearby, come check out Art CAMP for real at Columbus Circle in New York!
1. Group Coloring
What’s the best way to get everyone involved in a MASSIVE art project? Roll out some paper and get everyone on their tummies and coloring! We’ve got two NYC-themed rolls to get you started in honor of our new store and plenty of options for adding a little color to your creations.
2. Make a Movie
If you’re looking for something more techie, why not get all your buddies together to create a motion picture that Scorsese would gawk at — or maybe just a fun home video. We’ve got two movie-making kits (including one with LEGOs) to help bring your ideas to life. We’ve also got plenty of options for customizable costumes, whether your film stars a superhero, a fairy, or maybe both!
3. Best Friends Forever!
Looking for a fun and creative way to show off how much you love and admire your closest friends? Who isn’t?! From yarn to beads to leather, these kits will let you upgrade your humble circle of friends to an honest-to-goodness SQUAD.
4. DIY Everything!
Kid Made Modern
Finally, we’ve got a ton of different kits that will let your family customize everything from candles to spaceships (not real ones, though!) These crafting kits are a perfect weekend activity for friends and family, and everyone will get to go home with a fun souvenir!
“By the end, I just wanted to keep rapping and rapping.”
Cathleen Drake Nelson · 2 days ago
This screen-free toy that teaches coding was a hit with Stephen, Actual Human Child, age 5.
Deena Campbell · 4 days ago
It's the Family Game Night match of the century: The Parents versus the Kids!
Daniel Fernandez · 11 days ago
October-born kids have a few extra special treats to look forward to!
Maria Bailey · 12 days ago