Thursday, December 3, 2015

Toy Picks for Christmas plus DVDs, Games and Books for 0-4s

As it draws nearer to Christmas, many people began serious shopping for the perfect present for everyone on their list.

For me, I think experiences are the best thing you can give children--camp, family vacations, theme park tickets etc, but most kids want to find the latest and best toy under the tree. So here are some ideas for the infants through preschoolers on your list.

Most of these toys are available in many different stores--Target, Walmart, Toys R Us and so on--so shop around for the best price.

This is not a complete list, and remember--toys, books, game and DVDs are more fun when shared with someone special. So when you give a gift, include the gift of time!

Fisher Price Bright Beats Dance and Move   $34.00

Fisher Price Bright Beats Smart Touch Play Space  $49.00

Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Teaching Tote  $20.00 (baby is part of the Fisher Price ad)

Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Puppy's Activity Home $20.00

Thomas and Friends Thomas' Stretching Cargo $20.00

B. Weeee-Is Soft Cars Set of 4 $16

Lego Duplo Fire Truck and Lego Duplo Doc McStuffins Backyard Clinic $25-$30

Paw Patrol Paw Patroller   $48

Bunchems Mega Pack  $20.00

Fur Real Friends Star Lily, My Magical Unicorn $95

Disney Frozen Elsa Doll and Toddler Dress  $25.00
Little Pet Shop Jet $28.00

Play-Doh Crazy Cuts  $12
Paw Patrol Interactive Mission Chase  $48.00 right now Target has a special (at least online) buy 2 Paw Patrol toys and get a third one free

Playskool Heroes Jurassic World T-Rex $30

Fisher Price Little People Nativity Set $38

Fisher Price Little People Mighty King's Castle $30
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Hi Ho Cherry-o  $16

Chutes and Ladders Super Hero Squad  $16
Kids' Classic Chutes and Ladders $6
Frozen Matching $9
Candy Land $5

Many of these books come in hardback, paperback and board books. Check your local bookstore or online.

Kohl's has the bookfor $5 and the Polar Bear for $5. I'm using them as a baby shower gift on Saturday.


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