We have collected a list of our favourite releases by decade for you to add to your growing pile of games.
With safety nets, covered springs and extra padding, it's easy to believe trampolines are much safer now than they were for previous generations of children.
Parents all over the world are being caught out by innocent looking videos that look like popular children's TV shows, but actually contain disturbing and inappropriate content.
Are you aged between 12 months and 5 years old? Are you a toy connoisseur, a trend-setter, perhaps, in the playground when it comes to the latest gadgets and must-haves?Well, brush up your CV and update your LinkedIn profile, kids, because do we have the ultimate job for you.
If you've got a Lego-obsessed little one at home, then oh-boy do we have some good news for you.
Inspiring toys for girls that reach far beyond gender stereotypes.
They're gigantic hair bows made famous by a young reality TV star and schools aren't happy about them.
Lego plans to honour five female scientists, engineers and astronauts who worked for NASA by releasing figurines of the pioneering women that its creator hopes will inspire more girls to pursue careers in science.
A cubby house with net hammocks, wacky mirrors, an internal chalk wall and glowing lights is what many children can only dream of.
Fans of the mobile game Pokemon Go won't get close to catching them all any time soon.
Designed by a Blue Mountains mother-of-two, the products from Millions of Monkeys are not only gorgeous, they are educational and gender-neutral too.
If your child wants to have their own YouTube channel thanks to the likes of Evan Tube or Disney Collector, then you're not alone.
When Jared Winegarden bought the Hatchimal for his youngest daughter, he felt like 'Super Dad', he wrote in a review on Amazon.