My kids always have a wish lists that a filled with random toys they saw advertised on TV or the internet. Most of the time they don’t even know what it is they are asking for. But throughout the year I try to pay attention to their interest and buy them gifts that I know they will play with and enjoy. There are a few of our favorite gifts we’ve received or gifts we are giving our kids this year.
Jurassic World Destroy ‘N Devour Indominus Rex – If you have a dino loving kid this Jurassic World Indominus Rex is simply the coolest.
LEGO Star Wars: The Mandalorian The Razor Crest – This LEGO set is any Star Wars van dream, it includes Mando, the child and IG-11.
Kid K’NEX – Budding Builders Building Set – Make learning more fun and exciting with the Budding Builders Building Set from Kid K’nex! For ages 3 and Up.
Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids Tablet – We love our Amazon Fire Kids Tablets they are durable and all the content is perfect for kids and the parental controls give parents a peace of mind.
Ticket to Ride Kids – An easy to play version of the popular TIcket to Ride game that adults love.
Remote Control Car – 360 degrees double sided stunt car car that kids and adults will love to play with
Nintendo Switch – Nintendo Switch is designed to fit your life, transforming from home console to portable system in a snap
Scooter – Unfold and go – it’s that easy with the Razor A kick scooter.
Walkie Talkie – Kids will love playing with these walkie talkies and parents will love being about to keep in touch with kids when they are out of sight.
Legend of Zelda Link’s Awakening – Nintendo Switch – In this new version of the game, the classic soundtrack has been reborn with new arrangements, and now you can equip more items at once, review key conversations, and navigate the map in new ways.
Dog man Books – kids love these books. Dog Man is the crime-biting canine who is part dog, part man, and ALL HERO! This three-book boxed set includes the first, second, and third books in the Dog Man series: Dog Man, Dog Man Unleashed, and Dog Man: A Tale of Two Kitties.
Booklight – the gentle amber hue light that is 99.94% free of blue spectrum light to encourage the production of melatonin in the evening and reduce eye strain. A lack of blue light helps melanopsin receptors in the retina signal to the brain that it is time to secrete melatonin in preparation for sleep.