As a toy company, we love to make the things that make kids smile. Behind all of the awesome toys and amazing games is a deep understanding and respect for the power of play, especially when things are in flux for kids. The power to teach, to grow and to laugh – that’s what keeps us connected.
Now, more than ever, taking time to play is not just ok, it’s essential. Our kids need it and so do we. It relaxes and reassures us; it connects us and it’s fun. As we shift to work and play from home, the ability to focus and manage our time is more challenging than ever. That’s why we’re building the Mattel Playroom. A virtual, singular source of play and hope for parents and caregivers. Activities, expert advice, games and content from all of our amazing brands will now be available in one place.
Stay connected, keep laughing and #KeepPlaying.
Check out these third-party resources to help educate your family, and learn how to discuss race-focused topics with your children.
Made for her kindergarten students, this video discusses what racism is and how it’s impacted the lives of Black and Brown people, while encouraging young people to think about what actions they can take to use their voice to speak out against injustices.
Every child has the right to grow up healthy, educated and safe – regardless of race, gender or socioeconomic status. Our partner Save the Children was founded over 100 years ago to fight for universal values and children’s rights- and remains committed to fighting for what is right and against injustices. They have shared the following tips for talking with children about racism and social justice, aimed at helping children to better understand what is happening around them.
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture “Talking About Race” is a new online portal designed to help individuals, families, and communities talk about racism, racial identity and the way these forces shape every aspect of society, from the economy and politics to the broader American culture.
Articles for parents and caregivers to reference while navigating race-focused conversations with their kids.
Anti-Racism Resources for Parents and Kids
Anti-Racism for Kids: An Age-by-Age Guide to Fighting Hate
Brand new content for parents and caregivers.
You and your kids can learn how to make your own DIY tunnel for your Hot Wheels® track.
Barbie® teamed up with 5 Minute Crafts to bring you and your kids a series of DIY and craft tutorial videos. Tune in and learn how to DIY in style with Barbie®!
10 Amazing DIY Weekend Routine Hacks Ideas
Celebrate Thomas & Friends’™ 75th anniversary with your kids by downloading these printable posters.
All aboard! We’re traveling far and wide with your little engineers, and making new friends along the way. Exclusive Thomas & Friends™ printable posters of Brazil, China, Italy and the Island of Sodor!
You and your kids can explore the Thomas & Friends™ world with this exclusive printable map of the Island of Sodor.
New stories to read with your kids while at home. You can find more Fisher-Price® Little People®, Barbie®, Thomas & Friends™ and Angelina Ballerina® stories here.
YouTube playlists to watch with your kids. For a kids only experience, check out YouTube Kids.
Parents, your kids can color, solve puzzles and play games with their favorite brands with these printable activity sheets.
Three ways to play UNO® with friends, family and your kids. (virtually, of course.)
Grab your UNO® decks, and host a game on your video conference platform of choice.
Parents and caregivers can Download the UNO®! app today and play with friends & family by adding them in-game, and inviting them to join you in Room Mode.
Free and ready-to-play web games for your kids. No downloads required.
Get crafty with these creative activities and DIY projects for kids and parents alike.
Animation, stop-motion, and live-action videos featuring you and your kids favorite characters and brands.
Get the latest activities, entertainment, apps, products, and other play ideas for your child from the Mattel Playroom.