v. played, play·ing, plays
To occupy oneself in amusement, sport, or other recreation; to take part in a game, engage in game or sport; to act in jest; to perform on an instrument or as if on the stage.
We believe that play is also an important component in learning. For adults and kids alike, play is key in creativity, problem solving, and healthy relationships. Our Play section is brimming over with products that promote playful, and often smart, fun. Find bubble-making kits, high-flying model rockets, amusing windup toys, challenging puzzles, and games that also teach. There’s plenty here to busy a toddler’s hands and your own.