Kidventor Challenge

Anika Tharayil – winner of Fat Brain Toys’ Kidventor Challenge – on the inspiration behind her Octo-buddy toy

We caught up with seven-year-old Anika to find out more about Octo-buddy – and whether this is the first of many toy ideas she wants to pitch.

Eight-year-old Anika wins Fat Brain Toys’ Kidventor Challenge with her Octo-buddy invention

Octo-buddy is a toy octopus that attaches to a highchair or stroller and holds bottles and toys with its eight tentacles.

Tristan Donaldson wins Fat Brain Toys’ Kidventor Challenge for his Sew Fast game

Sew Fast will be showcased to buyers at next year’s New York Toy Fair, and Tristan will also receive a $2,500 scholarship, a license agreement that offers ongoing royalties and $500 in toys from Fat Brain Toys.

Fat Brain Toys teams with Make for Kidventor Challenge

US retailer and toy developer Fat Brain Toys has partnered with Maker to launch the Kidventor Challenge.

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