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Toys make the holidays magical. They inspire children to use their imaginations, share and learn life skills, from storytelling to problem solving (especially when assembly is required). But let’s face it, the joy of unwrapping shiny new toys never gets old.
From bikes to dollhouses and board games, even these classics are still on wish lists – with a 2021 release, of course.
For Black Friday, Walmart is offering great prices on the most popular toys for kids ages 2-12 that are fun (and easy to put together).
Get a full-size learning chair
Around nine months, babies begin to cling to furniture and pull themselves up from the first steps towards the toddler. Designed for ages 12-36 months, this learning chair responds to toddlers sitting or standing and features over 150 songs and sounds. When they’re ready to kick their little feet, there’s a light-up remote.
Give the “peas” a chance
With catchy rhymes and tunes like âYes Yes Vegetables,â CoComelon is the most viewed YouTube channel in the United States and encourages young learners to eat healthy and get enough sleep. This interactive JJ doll comes with clothes for dressing up and a bowl for eating peas.
Cook up creativity
For little chefs, this tidy play kitchen has everything they need to whip up an imaginary meal kit, including recipe cards, pots and pans, plus a fridge and oven with doors. that open and close. There are even battery-powered cooking sounds like button clicks and boiling water.
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Let the good times roll
Want to be a vacation legend? Assemble this bike in three easy steps and add a giant bow. With a race car-inspired steel frame, adjustable padded seat, and rear pedal brakes, it’s perfect for strolling around the neighborhood or picking up an alien on the handlebars.
Inspire the DIY spirit
Based on the 1966 Batman A television series, this LEGO Batmobile set is intended for ages 7 and up. Once they’ve built the 345-piece classic car, there’s a rotating stand and baseplate to display and admire their handiwork – or a Batman and Joker mini figure to take it on a Gotham City ride. .
Connect via an analog multiplayer board game
For two to six players ages 8 and up, a Spider-Man ride on Monopoly is perfect for spending some quality time in the Marvel Universe. Instead of going through there and buying top-notch real estate, players protect NYC from super villains, jump on the subway, and unlock spider powers.
Encourage future architects and interior designers
Speaking of top-notch real estate, Barbie has moved into a chic new dig for 2021 with a 3.75-foot dollhouse featuring three floors, a working elevator, and 10 indoor and outdoor living spaces. Kids with a flair for design can customize the lawn, pool, and slide, play with the lighting, and create a soundscape.
Give a futuristic ride now
Teens and tweens are already on board the EV revolution thanks to the hoverboard. This bike can go up to 6 mph with a range of up to three miles. To get around in style, it has bright LED headlights, LED wheel lights, non-slip footrests and a rechargeable battery.