Lotsa Loops Finger-looping Play Set To Debut At 2020 Toy Fair

Posted: Feb 14 2020, 9:08pm CST | by , in Toys

 
Lotsa Loops finger-looping play set to debut at 2020 Toy Fair

These loops provide lotsa fun and they are coming to stores this spring.

Commonwealth Toy & Novelty, a company that has been producing some of the coolest toys in the market since 1934, is coming to this year’s Toy Fair in New York to showcase its new lineup of fun and interactive toys and play sets for kids and kids at heart.

This year, Commonwealth Toy & Novelty will be showcasing three new products at the annual trade show and one of them is a new play set that lets kids make their own bracelets and accessories while having lotsa fun. They are called the Lotsa Loops and they will be available in stores starting this spring.

Lotsa Loops will help kids hone their creativity and practice their motor skills as they finger-weave a set of loops into cool accessories like bracelets, hair accessories, belts, bag tags and a whole lot more.

Kids will have fun making their own patterns. The Lotsa Loops play sets offer cute characters that kids can incorporate in their accessories such as butterflies, bows, cute dogs and cats and more.

Catch Lotsa Loops at the Toy Fair, along with all the other products that Commonwealth Toy & Novelty will be showcasing at booth #2755 at the Jarvis Center in New York.

The New York Toy Fair will run from February 22-25, 2020 at the Jacob K. Javits Center in Manhattan.

For more updates on the 2020 New York Toy Fair, stay updated at I4U News. We will report about the highlights and all the hottest new toy releases that will be showcased at the Toy Fair 2020. Follow our dedicated 2020 New York Toy Fair News Hub.

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