The Ultimate Battle ship is a fun and exciting set to build and features openings in both the front and rear. It is really nicely designed and perfect for inspiring kids’ imaginations. Kids will love recreating their favorite scenes from Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War. It’s also an excellent set to display for your friends and it comes with several cool minifigures, including Thanos, Iron Man, Star-Lord, and Gamora. A total of three minifigures along with weapons, the Infinity Gauntlet, and ten Power Burst elements are included.
There's no better way to get kids excited about science than with hands-on activities. The GeoSafari Jr. My First Microscope can help preschoolers explore hidden worlds at a range of magnifications, from 2.5x to 8x. The two large eyepieces and chunky focusing knob are specially designed for little learners, and the large, fixed sample tray can hold flat and 3D objects. (Recommended ages: 3+ years)
Instead of Words With Friends, we call this one Words With Tots. Take your little one's spelling session outdoors with this super-sized version of the popular crossword puzzle game. It's a race to see who can use up all of their jumbo letters as fast as possible. The water-resistant tiles pack up neatly into the banana-shaped tote for trips to the park.
What’s cooking? It’s time to bake up some Play-Doh treats with this magical Play-Doh oven. With lights, sounds, and cooking accessories, kids will feel like master chefs with this fun Play-Doh set. The coolest part? Kids will love putting their “dishes” in the magical oven and pulling the lever. The oven turns red making it look like the Play-Doh dish is cooking inside. There is even a ding when it’s ready. The only ingredient necessary? A little imagination!
Start your engines for intense action, thrills, and excitement. This awesome Track Builder Stunt Box features more than 35 pieces that allow for endless creativity in building. Your creations are only limited by your imagination. After tinkering and experimenting with different designs, kids will have a blast racing their Hot Wheels on their own tracks.
He may be cute but beware when Jack-Jack attacks! This poseable baby doll lights up to signify the character’s polymorph abilities. This interactive doll laughs, giggles, babbles, cries, shouts, and makes electric sparking sounds when you press its tummy. Kids can explore his different abilities ranging from laser eyes to electric sparks and more. The doll also comes with a cute raccoon figure so kids can recreate their favorite scenes from the movie. But the coolest part? Play with him long enough and his face really turns to a fiery red. Better not mess with Jack-Jack when he’s in that state.
Want a fun new way to play Mario Kart 8 Deluxe? The upcoming Labo Vehicle Kit will allow kids to build their own Toy-Con Car steering wheel and control their kart of choice in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. The included pedal can be used for drifting and revving up your engine at the beginning of races to get a boost start. Honking the horn will allow players to throw an item. If that wasn’t enough fun, you can also build a Toy-Con submarine and plane.
Hot Wheels is known for its physical play, but now it is blending the physical and virtual world with Augmoto. Augmoto adds AR on top of a classic Hot Wheels race track. In order to race your opponent around the track, players have to complete mini games using an app. For example, players can earn missile attacks, which can be used to slow down your opponent. The AR component adds a strategic element to the classic Hot Wheels track, making it feel more like a video game.
Get ready for fierce at your fingertips with UNTAMED T-Rex Iron Jaw. They’re the distant cousins of the Fingerlings. They’re interactive and respond to sound, motion, and touch like the original Fingerlings. Over 40 sounds help bring them to life. They also roar, chomp their jaws, and let out a little gas. Kids will love recreating their own exciting prehistoric adventures. Collect all your favorites.
Celebrating 50 years of Hot Wheels fun, Mattel will launch The Hot Wheels Original Sweet 16 – based on the original 16 toy cars in the line. While the Hot Wheels line has sold more than 6 billion toy cars and garnered the title of #1 Selling Toy in the World, each car still costs $1. Still an unbeatable value! Build your Hot Wheels collection with this awesome 50-pack set.
Featuring an innovative folding design, the Adventure Town Railway Train Set & Table from KidKraft is a dream come true for kids! It offers a massive playset sure to inspire endless creative, imaginative, open-ended play. With EZ Craft Assembly, the wooden play table can be quickly assembled. This 120-piece set features a wooden train track along with plastic and wooden accessories to enhance your child’s play experience. Get ready for a world of fun!
A rattle is one of the first toys most babies get and that has been unchanged for hundreds of years. This set of maracas, however, gives a bit more flavor to old rattles of the past. Not only are the beads in the maracas visible through the clear surroundings, but the bottom is a soft pom-pom grip that will allow baby to experience texture variation and will likely end up in his mouth (like everything else).
It may be a few years before you invest in one of those big kids Powerwheels and ride-ons, but cars and things that go can still be fun Christmas gifts for babies. With the B. Toys Wheeee-ls! Soft Cars Playset automobiles you just have to pull them back and watch the self-propelling cars go! The four soft cars — which include a taxi that squeaks, a race car that rattles, a truck that chimes and a car that rings — come in a 100 percent recyclable box garage. ($16; target.com)
Take your little one’s imaginative play to the next level with Play-Doh Buzz ‘n Cut. This set takes the fun of Play-Doh and takes it up several notches with a creative and fun little set. Kids will be delighted to give their buddy the hairstyle of their dreams. What’s cool? The buzz tool features cool buzzing sounds to heighten the play experience.
The Vampirina Rock N’ Jam Touring Van is based on the hit animated TV series. Preschoolers will have fun with this 2-in-1 set featuring a van that transforms into a stage for an all-star performance with the Ghoul Girls. Fans can go on tour just like in the TV show. The stage features music, rock and roll sounds, lights, signature phrases and more to bring your role-play adventures to life. The driver’s seat becomes a couch, bunk beds rotate to reveal speakers, and the spiral stairs serve as piano keys. This set includes Vampirina, Poppy, and several accessories.
Freddie the Firefly has a lot to offer baby. He includes a rattling ball, clacker, mirror, and a plastic ladybug for teething. Multiple fabrics were used in the creation of this toy to increase touch awareness. Baby can learn colors, sounds, shapes while playing with Freddie and his many accessories. This toy will certainly keep your baby happy and entertained for hours whether on the go or staying at home for the day.
These Baltic amber beads are a lot like essential oils: they’re not a scientific 100% fix of anything. But there are just too many people who swear by them to brush them off as a fluke, and there is some science to back it. The Succinic Acid contained in the Baltic amber can have a pain relieving effect, and when it comes to a screaming baby, parents will take pretty much any possibility of relief. Plus, it looks adorable on a baby, too. Just remember not to let him or her sleep in it because it can be a choking hazard.
Is your child asking for a pet? Little Wrapples are wearable plush figures that kids wear around thier wrists like a slap bracelet. With light up eyes, it makes over 40 different sounds including purring, giggling, and singing. Not only can they talk to you, they can talk to other Wrapples if your friend has one. Turn them upside down and they go to sleep. They come in 4 different varieties.
A fun little ‘toy’ for all the tech kids out there who are always on their phones or tablets! This cute PopSocket has the message ‘Choose Kindness’ on the top with a cartoon-like rainbow. In a world that could use some gentle reminders, we think this is the friendly thought our kids could see each and every day and hopefully always remember to choose kindness. There’s also a cute magical unicorn one too!
Put away the clunky expensive VR headset, Merge is bringing affordable “virtual reality” to the toy market. Blending digital and physical play, the Merge 6DoF blaster immerses you in the game using just your phone and a blaster accessory. It delivers six degrees of freedom, meaning it tracks your position and orientation so when you move, it moves. It’s something you have to experience. The tracking felt surprisingly accurate, and it was a pure blast to play without any heavy headsets or cumbersome wires. There are many AR toys, but hands-down, it’s the best VR/AR toy we have seen and our Toy of the Show.
Toddlers learn and grow so quickly during these early years. It's up to parents and the other adults in their lives to make sure these kids have access to toys and games that will help them to grow and reach important developmental milestones. When you choose from our collection of the best toys for toddler girls, you'll find dozens of educational toys designed to provide enriching experiences for kids. These toys will help them develop fine motor skills, language skills, social skills and so much more by encouraging them to embrace their natural curiosity and creativity.
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Exersaucers and jumpers encourage babies to take weight through their feet in a standing position while they play. For babies that are the recommended age range, who can not climb out, they give baby a contained place to play. However, developmentally, parents should be mindful of the time babies spend in exersaucers and always balance their playtime with floor time so baby can learn other developmental skills, too.
Inspired by the Disney Junior TV show, Fancy Nancy Ultimate Dress Up Trunk delivers the Fancy Nancy fans know and love. This 13-piece complete dress-up set is perfect for fans of the show. It has everything from dresses to tiaras to accessories and more. They will love recreating their favorite moments from the show or coming up with their own original ideas.
This is such sweet idea that we wish we’d have come up with it ourselves. It’s great for the baby who’s just starting to grab onto things and will really love the soft texture of a stuffy. Keep in mind, this should not be the pacifier you let a baby sleep through the night with because of the increased risk of SIDS when anything is in the bed with baby. But for keeping a sleeping baby happy while you’re by his side, this is perfect.
Meet Boxer, a new interactive artificially intelligent robot companion from Spin Master. Boxer is full of personality and his moods change over time. You can stick your hand in front of him or use his ball and he will chase it around. He can play soccer or even a slingshot game. He even comes with an interactive ball, 10 game feature cards, and a remote control.
How cool is this new game! Connect 4 Shots is similar to the one that we all grew up with, but with a twist! This time you have to bounce the balls into the right slots to try and get four of the same color in a row (or diagonal) to win! This is one that you’ll not only want to play with your kids, but will probably end up taking over and playing with your own friends. And, well, drinks may be involved.
It’s all about the interactive toys this year. Introducing ‘Lil Gleemerz!’ There are currently three different ones to choose from and they have over 100 different reactions and interactions like purring, growling, farting (of course), light shows, light up tail, and so much more. Oh, and did we mention they can say funny things, their eyes glow, and you can simply press their nose to enjoy them three different ways (game mode, light party, or hangout). They’ve already been named one of the top toys of the year, so get ’em while you can! See all the different color options here!
What’s in it? The Teach My Toddler Kit includes flashcards, puzzles, posters, and board books to keep things fun and interesting for young children. In addition to picking up core preschool skills, kids will improve their spatial reasoning and hand-eye coordination while playing with the kit. It’s also a great way to get kids away from the TV and incorporate some screen-free time into their routine!
Hooray! It's Marshall's Ultimate Rescue Fire Truck to the rescue. For all the tiny PAW Patrol fans out there (we know there's a lot of 'em!), heroic adventures await. Featuring an extendable ladder, mini fire cart, water cannon launchers and more cool gadgets making this the ultimate rescue vehicle and one of the hottest toddler toys this Christmas. ($44; target.com)
Toys are the best entertainment solution for your kids. It makes your child grow power of skills and reasoning along with fun. Best Christmas toys are all round the corner when you are willing putting effort to buy beautiful and cute gifts for your kids. Some options of game are adventurous and some are really so funny to handle it is entirely upto your kids for what they want to play with.
With 878 pieces, this set includes house banners, a tower with movable spiral staircase, a potions room and treasure room. Also includes 10 inhabitants! Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Draco Malfoy, Susan Bones, Professor McGonagall, Professor Quirrell with dual Lord Voldemort face, Hagrid, Albus Dumbledore and nearly headless Nick. Phew!
Playhouses are the perfect catalysts for pretend play, whether your toddler is playing alone or with friends. They can resemble imaginative structures, like a Victorian home, a castle, or a teepee, and some feature fold-and-collapse designs for easy storage. Keep in mind where you will set up the playhouse so you can choose one that fits best in your space.
Take even a cursory glance at the regularly updated reports from the United States Consumer Products Safety Commission and you'll see toy recalls occurring at least on a monthly basis, and sometimes weekly. The CSPC notes for example a building playlet that posed a choking hazard despite being designed by a manufacturer reputed for safe toys. The agency tracked baby costumes recalled due to strangulation hazards. And they alerted consumers of a child's toy recalled due to the risk of it catching fire. All of these recalls occurred in a three month period -- as did dozens more.
Gift the toddler on your list a playset with a paleontological twist. The Playful Dino features bead mazes, spinning gears, swirly eyes and other fiddly bits that will keep the 1-and-up set engrossed. Toddlers will develop fine-motor skills and learn about cause-and-effect as they manipulate the playset's wooden features — and exhausted parents can celebrate the lack of loud noises or strobe-light effects.
Say hello to Cozmo. He’s a robot with personality running AI that learns and evolves the more you play with him. He uses computer vision to know who is in the room. He maps out the world around him to avoid obstacles. Powered by an emotion engine, he sulks if you don’t play with him for a while or gets excited when he recognizes a face and wins a game. All these emotions vary depending on various inputs. He plays games with power cubes, counts numbers, stacks blocks and more. The coolest part? You can even program him without needing a background in robotics.
Introduce your preschooler to the principles of engineering with this 97-piece science kit. Kids can follow a storybook adventure and build amusement park rides (including a Ferris wheel, bumper cars, a roller coaster and a log flume ride) along the way. The colorful plastic building pieces were specially designed for little hands, and the kit helps children develop fine motors skills, visual-spatial skills and reasoning techniques. Kids will also learn basic math, science and physics lessons as they build their amusement parks. (Recommended ages: 3+ years)
Baby’s First Blocks are about as straightforward as toys come. There are 10 colorful blocks in five different shapes, and the box has a sorting lid where little ones can drop the pieces through, improving their problem-solving skills. The blocks can be stacked on their own to create teetering towers, and the container's easy-carry handle lets toddlers bring the toy wherever they go. Overall, Baby’s First Blocks are simple, enjoyable, and a childhood staple!
As your baby stacks different-colored rings on the elephant’s trunk, it will call out different numbers, shapes, and colors to help your little one learn. When they’re done stacking, they can push the elephant’s tail to watch him sneeze and send the rings tumbling down! Recommended for babies 6 months old to kids up to 4 years old. ($16; amazon.com)
He's baaack! The plush animal kingdom's smartest, cuddliest and most magical bear has returned just in time for the holiday season. Teddy Ruxpin's advanced features make him one of the best toddler gifts this Christmas. His color LCD eyes include 40 animations, and touch sensors let kids control the story and songs. Play with or without the free app. ($60; amazon.com)
From baby girl Christmas gifts to toddler boy birthday presents, you can’t go wrong with books. But tiny hands get curious and soon they are anxious to “help” turn those fragile pages. Bring on the Indestructible Nursery Rhyme Book Set, which includes Frere Jacques , Hickory Dickory Dock , Old MacDonald Had a Farm , Mary Had a Little Lamb and Humpty Dumpty! This set of five indestructible and wordless books are perfectly prepared to withstand baby’s toughest battles and claim to be baby-proof, chew-proof, drool-proof and rip-proof. Pretty impressive, seeing as the pages feel like paper. Bonus: These baby and toddler books can even go in the washer (insert mic drop). ($28; uncommongoods.com)