toy chest


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Noun1.toy chest - chest for storage of toystoy chest - chest for storage of toys    
chest - box with a lid; used for storage; usually large and sturdy
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Jon Favreau, who helms the show, said filming has been like "turning over your toy chest and playing with all the Star Wars toys together".
Jon Favreau, who helms the show, said filming has been like "turning over your toy chest and playing with all the Star Wars toys the new streaming service which debuts in the US in October.
A toy chest will be placed in the hotels' Kids Corners to keep youngsters entertained during the summer holidays and beyond.
When the toy chest is full, for example, it's so easy for them to forget playing with their really good toys.
Set a physical boundary for your children ("Toys must fit in this closet, against this wall, in this toy chest, etc.") and then empower them to make decisions about what to keep and what to remove.
"Why don't we open that toy chest and play with your new toys?" Millie suggested.
Do you have a few grand tucked away in your old toy chest? Here are the most expensive Matchbox racers and Hot Wheels cars in the world.
For The Kids: A (https://www.amazon.com/Comics-Wonder-Woman-Collapsible-Storage/dp/B07577KW19/ref=sr_1_54?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1512582518&sr=1-54&keywords=wonder+woman) Wonder Woman toy chest ($34.99) is a gift their parents will appreciate, but the kids might enjoy actual toys more.
Drawing on Disney's vast toy chest of characters from "Inside Out," "Star Wars," and Marvel, the games and figures were well-received but proved difficult to develop.