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Fuhu rolls out nabi Karaoke Box

Kids tablet maker Fuhu has launched a new digital device with sweet melodies in mind that will be available exclusively at Toys ‘R’ Us in the US.

Drawing up creative play

While it’s currently a hot market for open-ended digital experiences, they’re not something that can be developed off-the-cuff. Just what kind of considerations do game makers and developers have to undertake before they can help children unlock their inner-creators? UK-based Night Zookeeper shares the key decisions that went into making its new creativity-based tablet-optimized game.

In the Night Garden sails into new website, app with bedtime campaign

To support the preschool property’s new website, licensor DHX Brands is rolling out a UK-based campaign to help preschoolers stick to their bedtime routines when the clocks turn back later this month.

Talk with me Elmo?

Sesame Workshop and ToyTalk are partnering on a research collaboration to explore the speech-building potential of preschoolers having real-time conversations with Sesame characters.

Nickelodeon takes WWE Slam City from web to TV

World Wrestling Entertainment’s stop-motion animated web series WWE Slam City is heading to TV, thanks to a deal with Nickelodeon that will see the original short-form kids program debut tonight on Nicktoons’ new NickSports primetime programming block in the US.

Doctor Who teaches UK kids about coding

BBC is launching the online game The Doctor and the Dalek to teach youngsters about coding, while fueling the Doctor Who fandom early on.


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