1. Crayola now has a marker maker kit. You can literally MAKE YOUR OWN COLORS.
2. And did you know that Crayola crayons are the 18th most recognizable scent?
3. It took over 4,000 hours to program Zoomer, this interactive, robotic dog.
4. Every week, six million Hot Wheels cars are produced.
5. The Fisher-Price Farm has also been around since 1968.
6. And Fisher-Price's Crawl Around Car was inspired by watching how infants play on the floor.
7. Barbie's first dreamhouse was made out of cardboard in 1962.
Now she lives in a mansion. My, times have changed.
8. Mila Kunis was once in a Barbie commercial, BTW.
9. Batman and Robin have been featured in every Imaginext Batcave toy so far.
10. There are some surprising Easter eggs in this Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles playset.
You can "practice your ninja skills" on an effigy of Shredder. It's all about the details.
11. For the first time ever, Nerf has a line of products marketed towards girls!
12. There's also a new Nerf gun that can fire 18 darts in six seconds.
13. This baby toy that can speak 12 different languages.
14. It took more than 20 people to program the Flutterbye Fairy.
Toys are SERIOUS BUSINESS.
15. And the Furby is 15 years old now! That means it's as old as Britney Spears' hit "...Baby One More Time."
They're both back! And better than ever.