Top Toys of the Week for June 14th
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 we're most excited about, and we hope you like them too.
Graham Steinberg · 4 months ago
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Father’s Day is less than a week away, and now is your last chance to get a gift. But why get dad a boring tie, tie clip, or something else tie-related when you could get him a gift for the both of you! So this week, we are focusing on QUALITY TIME WITH DAD.
Everything on this list is excellent for you and your pops to play together to celebrate Father’s Day. From sports to games to storybooks, we’ve got loads of things you’ll both find fun.
Play Some Sports
A good Father’s Day celebration requires a little bit of activity! We’ve got a ton of options from Franklin Sports — whether you are into basketball, football, volleyball, or just about anything else!
After a couple of rounds of sports, you and dad will want to cool off with a nice building project. There are plenty of LEGO options here and more complicated puzzles, as well as some Lincoln Logs for a good throwback.
Whether it’s having a tea party together or learning how to do the chores (it’s more fun than it sounds, believe us!), we love to play pretend. Let dad join in on the fun and have quality time together even while doing the laundry.
Bring Back the Classic Games
When dinosaurs ruled the Earth, and your dad was a younger man, he probably would play games like Guess Who and Operation! Lucky for you and that relic on the couch, we’ve brought back all of his favorites to experience together.
Story Time Together
The Little Homie
Our long day together, full of fun and joy, is coming to an end, but we just want ten more minutes with our dads! Grab your favorite book and share a story before you drift off to dreamland.
“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 · 3 days ago
It's the Family Game Night match of the century: The Parents versus the Kids!
Daniel Fernandez · 10 days ago
October-born kids have a few extra special treats to look forward to!
Maria Bailey · 12 days ago