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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Average Australian house hold owns approximately100 toys! x100 Just over half of Australia's toys are powered/electronic. After the age of 8 the biggest toy people spend aren't actually toys, they are electronics like phones, i pads etc. Half of Australian children have an even mix of educational toys while just overone third have more educational toys than non educational toys. Children don't only get their toys from toy shops like TOYWORLD, Toy Paradise and Toys "R" Us. But kids also like to get toys from places like Target, Kmart, and even sometimes the supermarkets. On average a family household spends between $100 - 500 dollars on toys a year. Yuna, Holly, Rina Most Popular Toy 2014-Girls Flutterbye Flower Fairy (Purple)FurFreal Friends Cuddles My Giggly Monkey PetLego Friends Heartlake HighNerf Rebelle Heartbreaker Bow (Phoenix Design)Rainbow LoomDisney Princess Palace Pets Furry Tain Friends Ariel Most Popular Toys 2014-Boys Battroborg 3-in-1 Battle ArenaDespicable me Minion Dave Talking Action FigureDisney Infinity Starter Pack xbox 360Lego chima 70010 The Lion CHI TemplePlanes U-Command RemoteControlled Dusty Plane Skylanders SWAP Force Starter Pack - Nintendo Wii The global market of toy making is approximately 84 billion U.S. dollars in 2012. The Toy Industry in the U.S. supports 250 thousand jobs. The a world's leading toy industries are Hasbro, Mattel, Jakks, Lego and Namco Bandai. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Lego Mini Figures are the best value selling toy in the U.K. Beyblade Asst are the best value selling toys in France. Toffee Preziosi is the best value selling toy in Italy. Monster High is the best value selling toy in Spain. Frozen goods in the U.S
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