Toys Don't Have To Be Expensive

13/04/2011 17:17 | Updated 22 May 2015

There's been some good news coming from the Toy and Games Fair in Hong Kong - parents won't necessarily have to spend a fortune to provide their children with great toys.

According to the experts, the future in toys is all about play value rather than the price. The more time a child can spend playing with one toy, the higher the value. In other words, a crayon for £2 can turn out a much better choice than a game for £200.

Apparently, it's not all about money!

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