Miles from Tomorrow Land Awesome Toys

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Miles From Tomorrowland is a favorite around this house! My girls have the schedule memorized, even with school in session, we still wake up and have time to watch it after we get ready :). We were so very excited to be able to host our very own Miles from Tomorrowland party and invite our friends over to play with the awesome new Miles From Tomorrowland Toys from Tomy.

About Miles From Tomorrowland:

Miles from Tomorrowland is an animated Disney Junior series. It centers around the Callisto family who live on a spaceship called the Stellosphere and work for the Tomorrowland Transit Authority.

Miles is an enthusiastic boy with a rambunctious boys streak. Miles has a sister Loretta Callisto who is the ‘brains’. Their mom Phoebe and dad Leo are the captain and the engineer of the ship. M.E.R.C. is the family’s pet robo-ostrich who is never far from Miles’ side.


About the Toys:

StarJetter: Miles and his family, the Callistos, are on a mission to connect the universe. The StarJetter, their most nimble and versatile exploratory shuttle, transports them anywhere in the galaxy. Let the StarJetter help your child on any missions with all 3 of its exploration modes:

  • Space Mode, with the Stellosphere and the Callisto family
  • Once they land, put the legs down for extreme height to walk over any obstacles
  • For rocky and mountainous terrain, pull the legs down for extreme height to walk over any obstacles


Stellosphere: The Callistos are on a mission to connect the universe. Explore the galaxy on the Stellosphere, the home base space station for the Callistos, where they relax, recharge and receive new missions from the TTA.

The Stellosphere comes apart into 3 separate ships to make space explorations easier. Open up the large Stellosphere playset to reveal the Callisto’s command center where Miles and the Callisto Family 9figures sold separately) can receive missions from the TTA. For short, quick missions, take the mini StarJetter that is stored in the Stellosphere. For longer missions that require a greater distance to travel take the Zip Ship that can be removed from the top of the Stellosphere.

To boost any ship with lights and sounds remove the XVR system form the bottom of the Stellosphere and attach to the other ships. With that many ways to explore, no mission is too difficult.


Superstellar Blastboard: Blastboard, go!

Miles rockets through the cosmos in nanoseconds on his Blastboard and your child can too! Choose from three different game modes to practice balance skills on the Blastboard:

  • “Blastboard Surfing!” Keep up with Miles’ Blastboard surfing directions to complete the mission.
  • “LightSpeed!” Lean towards the flashing lights as fast as possible.
  • Miles frequently moves to his own beat, and your child can too with “Let’s Race!” Your child can race against herself and move in any direction she chooses with the music.



There are many figurines of each of the different characters that are featured in Miles From Tomorrowland. We were able to play with a few of them and they were lots of fun!

About The Party:

We had an absolutely amazing time trying out all of these wonderful toys. The kids had so much fun playing with each of the awesome toys. There was a great variety of toys. The kids never got bored and were great at sharing all of the toys. I can say from observing them playing for the 2 hours that they were here I can’t tell you what their favorite toy would be, as they all played with each toy equally. The kids at the party ranged from ages 2 to 7.


Here’s a little photo of most of our party guests!  As you can see they couldn’t sit still for long as they were ready to play some more with their amazing new toys!


If you are interested in purchasing any of these great toys, head on over to ToysRUs and pick out the perfect toys for you Miles from Tomorrowland fan!

Toys From the Silver Screen

With all the new movies targeted at kids, there are bound to be a slew of fun toys associated with them.  Here are a few toys right out of the movies that your kids will love to play with.

monsters university toys

From Spinmaster, comes the Sulley Monster Mask allows kids to move Sulley’s face as they move their own.  The eyebrows move up and down, and mouth opens and closes as the child moves his or her mouth.  This plush mask is cute, not scary, and has a t-strap in the back to keep it on the child’s head.  Your child will love “scaring” mom and dad and that Sully will move just like they do.  ($25)

monsters inc toys

The Roll-A-Scare Race Playset lets kids and parents play with the Roll-A-Scare Monsters Assortment (comes with a Mike and Sully, extra monsters are $7) and track to see who is the fastest. Similar to the popular craze Zoobles a few years ago, these monsters pop up when they hit the magnetized racetrack bottom. The monsters race down the track that you build together, or older kids can do it themselves, and then pop open as they pass through the finish line.  There are a total of 12 monsters you can collect to mix, match, and race with this playset. ($20 for Race Playset)

mike and sully toys

My Scare Pal Plush Mike and Sully will be your child’s new best buddies, fun for toting around the house and acting out favorite scenes from the movie.  If you pull My Scare Pal Mike’s long arms and legs, he will say one of 10 quotes.  He’s funny, too, encouraging your child to help him grow and to watch his eye, since he only has one.  He is easy to clean, and has 2 AA batteries and instruction manual  included. Sully is plush and soft, and has 15 sayings and growls that will send the kids into fits of giggles to power monster city with.  Kids can  shake My Scare Pal Sulley into Tickle Mode, Scare Mode, or Sleep Time mode by literally jiggling him.  His 2 AA batteries and instruction manual are included.  ($20-$30)
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