5 Top Christmas Toys Your Child Will Love

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Now is the time to start thinking about the top Christmas toys for your shopping list . You’re in luck because the ones below saves you a lot of time. Instead of wondering what’s hot this year, you’ll know for sure by reading the list. You want to pick something to brighten your child’s day. You’ll achieve that goal with the help of this list, so get comfortable and keep reading.
1. Bananagrams

The Bananagrams game is one of the most popular children’s games around. Players use letter tiles to spell words like in a crossword puzzle or Scrabble. The first person to use all of their tiles is the winner. No paper, pencil or board is required.

Your entire family can play together, since the game is recommended for ages 7-years and older. If the kids don’t want to include mom and dad, that’s fine too. Any child that can read and spell can play this game without the help of an adult. In fact, it’s great for beginning spellers. BANANAGRAMS comes in a small portable banana-shaped pouch and is perfect for everyone 7 & up; at home or on the go. Don’t forget the WILDTILES game: This version of the award winning Bananagrams tile game features 6 WildTiles that can be played as any letter! You can get yours here.

 

2. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle

The LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle is perfect for fans of the boy wizard. This building set is a detailed version of the popular castle from the movies and books. The set is recommended for ages 8-years to 14-years old, but any fan of the series will enjoy this one.

Your child will spend hours recreating the famous castle. The set is huge, and includes several buildings. The library, Dumbledore’s office, astronomy room and the great hall are all included, plus more. Your child also gets 9 LEGO action figures, including Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Professor Severus Snape. We reviewed this item here.

 

3. Mindflex Game


The Mindflex Game puts your child’s brain to work. The game features a headset that reads your child’s brain waves. Your child wears the headset, and a foam ball levitates as they concentrate on it. The game is recommend for ages 8-years old and older, so you can exercise your brain too.

The purpose of the game is to increase concentratation. In this day and age of fast video games, some kids find concentration difficult. With this game, it pays to slow down and concentrate. The games include a speed test, a ball shooting game and other challenges. Mindflex is one of the best Christmas toys for maze and brain teaser fans because they will enjoy the challenge.
Mindflex Duel Game is equally popular.

 

4. Barbie Pink 3-Story Dream Townhouse

The Barbie Pink 3-Story Dream Townhouse is fit for a queen. Read our detailed review here. The townhouse is more than 3-feet tall, and comes fully furnished with more than 55 pieces of furniture and accessories. That’s great news because it means you don’t have to spend money on extras.

Your child will love the detail of the house. Lights and sounds are available on each level, including the sound of the doorbell and the toilet flushing. The chandeliers, refrigerator and fireplace light up just like the real thing. This house is recommended for ages 3-years and older, so all Barbie fans can join in the fun.

 

5. Melissa & Doug Safari Floor Puzzle 100 pcs


Melissa & Doug Safari Floor Puzzle is fun for kids aged 6-years to 10-years old. The puzzle is colorful and detailed. With 100 pieces, your child will have hours of fun getting it all together. You might want to get in on the fun as well.

The safari puzzle isn’t made of cheap cardboard. You’ll get your money’s worth because the pieces are made of durable cardboard that’s 20 percent thicker than most puzzles. Plus, the pieces are easy to clean so the puzzle looks like new even after repeated use.


You should have an easy time pleasing any child with at least one item from this list. Merry Christmas!

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