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60+ Christmas Gifts For Toddlers And Kids

Searching for the smartest, cutest, newest toys for your kids...well, you can stop. We’ve rounded up the best of the best for toddlers, preschoolers, boys and girls.

You’ve barely had a chance to usher the trick-or-treaters off your front porch and put away all things Halloween before retailers start rolling out…ho, ho, ho, holiday shopping! Overwhelmed by the endless parade of Christmas toys in every store aisle and online catalog? That’s where this gift guide steps in. We’ve done the heavy lifting for you, curating the latest and greatest Christmas toys for girls and boys, so finding the perfect Christmas gifts doesn’t require that old jingle of making a list and checking it twice. This year, get ready to call it a wrap, STAT, so you can be your jolly, festive self again.

Toddler Christmas Gifts (ages 1 to 3)

Your little angel isn’t a baby anymore, but not exactly a big kid, either. So what Christmas toys are the best for this in-between stage of development, that will also thrill and delight? We’ve sorted that for you. Here are the newest, smartest, and cutest toddler Christmas gifts for boys and girls.

Best Toddler Christmas Gifts for Girls

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Myland Playhouse Sleeping
This sweet and modern dollhouse takes your child through a delightful pretend play day. When the doll is placed in front of the mirror, birds chirp cheerfully as if to say good morning. At bedtime, owls hoot. When the character is finally tucked in for the night, she snores.
Ages: 2 and up
Buy it: Kid O Myland Playhouse, $30, MagicBeans.com

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Symphony Croc
Toddler Christmas gifts that are music to the ears? Found! Your little one’s first music class is in session. This all-in-one crocodile instrument Includes a drum, metallophone, guiro wooden block and bell. It comes with two mallets, making it perfect for play date duets.
Ages: 2 and up
Buy it: Haba Symphony Croc, $40, Amazon.com

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Laugh & Learn Servin’ Up Fun Food Truck
Few Christmas toys can serve up smiles like this petite play food truck. The best parts? The light-up grill, the cash register that “reads” the menu cards, and the recycle bin (never too soon to learn eco-friendly habits). Order up!
Ages: 18 to 36 months
Buy it: Laugh & Learn Servin’ Up Fun Food Truck, $70, Fisher-Price

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Animal Matching Game
The traditional preschool matching card game is brought to life for littles with this hands-on toddler Christmas gifts version. As she tucks the critters into their correct homes, she’ll pick up knowledge of shapes and colors.
Ages: 18 months and up
Buy it: Animal Matching Game, $49, Landofnod.com

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Smart Snacks Number Pops
Among our picks for toddler Christmas gifts, consider this the perfect multi-purpose toy. It’ll give her practice counting and recognizing numbers and colors. Each pop shows a number of dots, while the cover shows the numeral and color. Plus, as she slides the covers on and off, her fine-motor skills and hand-eye coordination get a boost.
Ages: 2 and up
Buy it: Learning Resources Smart Snacks Number Pops, $16, Amazon.com

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Tree Top Adventure Activity Toy
You know those awesome wooden activity stations they have in preschools? Here’s the colorful, at-home Christmas toys version. Four learning quadrants offer different toddler-favorite activities, such as bead runs and gliders.
Ages: 1 and up
Buy it: The Manhattan Toy Company Tree Top Adventure Activity Toy, $90, Walmart.com

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Wheelypig
If you put this on your little girl’s wish list, be prepared for the grandmas to duke it out over who gets to buy it. It’s really at the top of the heap of toddler Christmas gifts. Multi-directional casters roll in all directions, so it’s easy for her to work on gross motor skills and balance. The cushioned, comfy body of this pretty porker can be wiped clean (bonus!).
Ages: 1 and up
Buy it: Prince Lionheart Wheelypig, $80, PrinceLionheart.com

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Elk And Fox Looping Rocker And Stacker
Part of the charm of this table-top wooden gem is that it features a silly elk and a sly fox, two creatures rarely seen in a nursery. And they have felt ears and tails, and springy necks! The base rocks back and forth as beads or marbles are added or taken from either side. When it’s perfectly balanced, ring the bell!
Ages: 1 to 3 years
Buy it: Janod Elk And Fox Looping Rocker And Stacker, $44, Amazon.com

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Bunny Push Toy
Sometimes, the simplest Christmas toys are the most enduring. The toddlers we know would push and pull this carrot-nibbling rabbit around, chasing its tail, every day.
Ages: 1 to 3 years
Buy it: HaPe Bunny Push Toy, $25, HapeToys.com

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Doll Mona
One of the sweetest toddler Christmas gifts on our list, this classic soft doll sports chenille hair, embroidered features and a dress that's easy to take off and put on. Since your little mommy will be taking her new baby with her everywhere she goes, you'll be happy to know Mona is machine-washable.
Ages: 18 months and up
Buy it: Doll Mona, $30, HABAUsa.com

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Peace, Love, And Star Stack And Play
If you thought Chewbeads, the baby-safe jewelry for moms, were a smart idea when your baby was teething, here’s the equally-genius toddler version among our Christmas gifts for girls. Not only does this stacker look nice enough to leave out when company comes, but the pieces are chewable, medical-grade silicone, BPA-free and can be popped in the dishwasher.
Ages: 1 and up
Buy it: Chewbeads Peace, Love, And Star Stack And Play, $25, Amazon.com

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Sea Party Octopus
Toddler Christmas toys with a backstory don’t get any cuter than this lonely octopus that wants to throw a party, so he needs to pick up fishy friends with his tentacles and bring them to the festivities.
Ages: 18 months and up
Buy it: Fisher-Price Sea Party Octopus, $15, exclusively at Target stores

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Farmer’s Market Chicken Pull Toy
Let the imaginary play begin! This is no ordinary pull-toy: the chickies, each of which squeaks, crinkles or rattles, detach, leaving room for your girl to make up stories about the chicks and their whereabouts.
Ages: 18 months and up
Buy it: The Manhattan Toy Company Farmer’s Market Chicken Pull Toy, $36, ManhattanToy.com

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Egg Percussion Set
Christmas toys ready to shake, rattle, and roll—literally—right out of the box? This set of three music-making eggs each makes a different sound when scraped, tapped with the included stick, or shaken.
Ages: 1 and up
Buy it: Plan Toys Egg Percussion Set, $20, Usa.PlanToys.com

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Buggly Wuggly
Few toddler Christmas toys are as sturdy—or cute—as this ride-on, which is just the mode of transportation to get her to wherever her imagination leads her. The bug’s two squeaky horns light up, and there’s storage under the seat for a stowaway stuffie.
Ages: 1 and up
Buy it: B.toys Buggly Wuggly, $25, Target.com

Best Toddler Christmas Gifts for Boys

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Myland Dino
This super saurus is deceiving in its simplicity. Place the brave rider on the dino’s back, and it comes to life, making prehistoric-esque sounds, such as exotic bird calls and stomping wild animals, that change along with the dino’s movements.
Ages: 2 and up
Buy it: Kid O Myland Dino, $25, Amazon.com

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Tiggly Shapes
Toddler Christmas gifts go high tech with this (super innovative) iPad accessory that teaches spatial reasoning and language skills using four shapes. No wi-fi, Bluetooth, or batteries are needed.
Ages: 2 to 5 years
Buy it: Tiggly Shapes, $23, Amazon.com

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My First Thomas & Friends Railway Pals Destination Discovery
In the world of Christmas toys, Thomas reigns supreme for train enthusiasts. As your toddler rolls Percy over one of the special spots on the track, he’ll hear songs, destination-themed phrases and realistic sounds. Your aspiring engineer can also press Percy's light-up bumper to hear him talk. The Island of Sodor never sounded so good.
Ages: 12 months to 5 years
Buy it: My First Thomas & Friends Railway Pals Destination Discovery, $50, Fisher-Price.com

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Wooly Plush Owl
Toddler boys love stuffed animals as much as little girls, but the perfect one can take a while to find. Search over: We’re wild over this fine furry friend, with his funky textures and floppy limbs, among our favorite Christmas gifts for kids.
Ages: 1 and up
Buy it: Wooly Plush Owl, $22 (6 inches) or $34 (11 inches), RHBabyandChild.com

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Giraffe Grasping Toy
Think of this as the precursor to the Rubik’s Cube for the toddler set. The nine hardwood segments of this patient giraffe swivel, pivot and rotate into lots of different configurations. Fine motor development can’t be far behind.
Ages: 12 months and up
Buy it: Giraffe Grasping Toy, $10, MelissaandDoug.com

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Magnetic Blocks
Of the Christmas toys on our list, these may look like traditional blocks, but small magnets are safely hidden inside, so they click together irresistibly. The set of 14 has columns, short and long planks, cubes and parallelograms.
Ages: 1 and up
Buy it: Tegu Magnetic Blocks, $35, MoMA.org

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Jellies Bath Toy
Let the Christmas toys head to the bath! Translucent jellyfish that suction to the tile, tub and each other: Nuff said.
Ages: 12 months and up
Buy it: Boon Jellies Bath Toy, $13, Booninc.com

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Pierre Gift Set
Found: a suggestion for the all family members clamoring for your list of Christmas gifts for boys. Anyone would love wrapping up this handknit brown bunny and Peekaboo, Pierre! board book describing his adventures.
Ages: 2 and up
Buy it: Blabla Kids Pierre Gift Set, $52, BlablaKids.com

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Rainbow Sound Blocks
Finished with nontoxic paint, this prismatic puzzle-sculpture hybrid on our list of Christmas gifts for kids teaches sorting, matching and color differentiation. When block days are over, these can easily live on as a dresser topper or desk accent.
Ages: 2 and up
Buy it: Rainbow Sound Blocks, $44, UncommonGoods.com

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Tobbles Neo
Be prepared: toddler Christmas gifts addicting for kids as well as parents. Each of the six spheres is weighted differently, so they balance, nest, and spin in many more ways than you imagine at first. Perk: It’s a good way for your tot to work on fine motor skills and coordination.
Ages: 1 and up
Buy it: Tobbles Neo, $27, Fat BrainToys.com

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Wagon
You have a few small Christmas toys, but if you’re still looking for the big present for under the tree, this may well be it. This first wagon is the perfect size and shape for toddlers and preschoolers. Made in the USA, it’s supremely sturdy.
Ages: 1 and up
Buy it: Green Toys Wagon, $25, GreenToys.com

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Grippies Stackers
Want to get your little boy going on STEM learning, but don’t know what’s age-appropriate when it comes to Christmas gifts for kids? Look to this 16-piece engineering set that’s specifically made to be easy for little hands to hold. The graphic blocks and cylinders make for fun with patterning, balancing, and matching, thanks to the vivid colors and four textures.
Ages: 18 months and up
Buy it: Grippies Stackers, $40, Guidecraft.com

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Pull-Along Snake
As far as toddler Christmas gifts go, it’s hard to top this. It’s one of those play things where there isn’t anything techy about it...and that’s the point. The serpent slithers from side to side, like a slinky rainbow. Perfection.
Ages: 12 months and up
Buy it: Plan Toys Pull-Along Snake, $25, Usa.PlanToys.com

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ABC Walking Trolley
Steady your new walker (okay, runner) with this unique learning cart. It’s tricked out with 20 wooden alphabet blocks with upper and lower case letters, an abacus, wooden wheels with colorful pinwheel designs, and rubber grips.
Ages: 12 months and up
Buy it: Janod ABC Walking Trolley, $59, Amazon.com

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Fire Truck Pull Toy
It’s best to learn early in life that you can’t fit a square peg in a round hole. Among old-timey Christmas toys, this one teaches that idea—and it’s loaded with a bead runner and spinning fireman and dog.
Ages: 12 months and up
Buy it: The Manhattan Toy Company Fire Truck Pull Toy, $32, ManhattanToy.com

Christmas Gifts for Kids (Age 3-5+)

Your burgeoning big kid has likely started dropping plenty of hints (read: demands) about which Christmas toys should have a place under the tree. Now is also when Christmas gifts for girls vs. Christmas gifts for boys really start to differ. No matter: we’ve rounded up a list of Christmas gifts for kids that won’t disappoint your vocal little elf.

Best Kids Christmas Gifts for Girls

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Magic Scene Creator
Our childhood fantasy just became reality for our kids: The pictures they draw can come to life. Yes, really. They just have to put the action cards on the screen of this toy. The wheels on the car they drew start to spin; the wings on a bird will appear to flap.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Crayola Magic Scene Creator, $20, Crayola.com

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Hatchimals Sparkly Penguala
Christmas gifts for kids that have an element of surprise is the stuff of childhood memories. These sparkling eggs contain a mystery critter that hatches with enough loving attention. Then, your girl can raise her shimmery Hatchimal from baby to toddler to kid, as it sings, dances and plays games along the way.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Hatchimals Sparkly Penguala, $60, SpinMaster.com

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Beauty And The Beast Plush
Christmas gifts for girls stocking stuffer alert! It was a big year for Belle, so there are preschool girls everywhere who can’t get enough of her, Beast and Cogsworth. If yours is one of them, any of these mini plush toys with bean-filled bottoms may be the best $8 you spend all season.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Just Play Beauty And The Beast Plush, $8, ToysRUs.com

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My Little Pony Tinkertoy
With 11 Tinkertoy pieces, your My Little Pony fangirl can build Applejack and her apple cart. And unlike the Tinkertoys of Christmas toys past, these aren’t tricky to keep together: the pieces snap together securely.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: K’NEX My Little Pony Tinkertoy, $15, Knex.com

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Shimmer And Shine Float And Sing Palace Friends
Add this playset among your Christmas gifts for girls if your kid is a fan of the Shimmer and Shine Nick Jr. series. The title characters float, along with Tala and Nahal, sing and talk when the magic gem is pressed. “Boom Zahramay!” indeed.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Shimmer And Shine Float And Sing Palace Friends, $19, Walmart.com

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Metallic Xylophone
Unlike so many Christmas toys that get tossed after a short time, this maple and pine mini instrument is an heirloom in the making. The child-safe metallic stain is stunning, and the melodies she’ll tap out will sound sweet, not tinny.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Metallic Xylophone, $34, PotteryBarnKids.com

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Sara Sushi Shoppie
While you can’t go wrong with any Shopkins set when it comes to Christmas gifts for girls, we’re smitten with Sara Sushi, arriving in your living room all the way from Japan. The girl at the top of your list can share in a traditional tea ceremony (and, of course, sushi) with her.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Shopkins Sara Sushi Shoppie, $23, Amazon.com

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Slice & Toss Salad Set
Preschool girls often love helping out in the kitchen. Give her a thrill by wrapping up this over-the-top pretend play salad kit. The 52-piece set includes felt salad greens in realistic hinged containers, sliceable wooden veggies, proteins, toppings and two dressing bottles that squirt string!
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Slice & Toss Salad Set, $30, MelissaandDoug.com

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Disney Elena Of Avalor
If you’re the mom of a girl, you no doubt know Elena. The It girl of The Disney Junior network, she uses her enchanted scepter to protect her kingdom, Avalor. With this toy, your daughter can feel like a crown princess right in her own home.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Disney Elena Of Avalor, $30, Hasbro.com

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Candy Sleeping Bag
If she hasn’t had her first sleepover yet, it won’t be long now. She’ll be thrilled to trot out this personalized, plush sleeping bag among her Christmas toys haul. It even has a hidden pocket for her little treasures.
Ages: 3 to 6 years
Buy it: Chasing Fireflies Candy Sleeping Bag, $160, Chasing-Fireflies.com

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Dot Creativity Kit
Can robots be adorable? We think so. Case in point: Dot, a diminutive robot with a colorful personality. She (with the help of the real mastermind: your kid) powers DIY projects that take problem-solving and storytelling.
Ages: 6 and up
Buy it: Wonder Workshop Dot Creativity Kit, $80, MakeWonder.com

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Odette The Ostrich
A glam stuffed animal that will elicit high-pitched squeals of delight when opened among all the Christmas toys? Yes, please! This lanky lady has silky “feathers” and a funky allure. As far as Christmas gifts for girls go, this one is legs and shoulders above the rest.
Ages: 12 months and up
Buy it: Jellycat Odette The Ostrich, $33, Amazon.com

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Dado Cubes
Every bit of artwork your preschooler produces is a masterpiece to you. Every configuration of these blocks, no matter how she puts them together, will look like a masterpiece to everyone else too. The slits on each cube interlock to make any number of museum-worthy structures, all while boosting visual-spatial development.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Dado Cubes, $29, FatBrainToys.com

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Fingerlings
These funny little monkeys will hang out with your girl...literally. Depending on whether she taps their heads, hangs them upside down, or pets them, they’ll coo, blink, chortle, sneeze, blow kisses and—don’t say we didn’t warn you—burp and toot.
Ages: 5 and up
Buy it: WowWee Fingerlings, $15 each, ToysRUs.com

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Beat Bugs Glowies
The Fab Four live again! Squeeze any of these fuzzy fellows to hear a classic Beatles song, straight out of the Beat Bugs TV series.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Beat Bugs Glowies, $17, Walmart.com

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Duplo My First Carousel
What’s not to love about a merry-go-round? The chunky bricks make creating a turning carousel child’s play. She can stretch her imagination by coming up with stories about the two friends enjoying a day at the amusement park.
Ages: 2 to 5 years
Buy it: Duplo My First Carousel, $25, Shop.Lego.com

Best Kids Christmas Gifts for Boys

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Robot Engineer
Here we have an engineering kit with a companion storybook. It’s an unusual combo, but it works. First, read the funny tale of two kids on an adventure in a candy factory, and then build the robot models.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Kids First Robot Engineer, $50, ThamesandKosmos.com

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Coji Robot
Your budding programmer will have a ball problem-solving with this robot that speaks the language of Emojis. Download the app, and you can control COJI via your smart device. He also reacts to physical touch, such as tilting or shaking, with pre-programmed (pretty hilarious) responses.
Ages: 4 to 7 years
Buy it: Coji Robot, $60, Store.WowWee.com

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Electro Dough Kit
As a lesson in surprising sources of electricity, follow the recipe to make conductive dough (yes, there is such a thing), and then use the parts in this kit to create simple circuits and fun shapes that buzz and light up.
Ages: 4 and up
Buy it: Electro Dough Kit, $25, TechWillSaveUs.com

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Duplo Batcave Challenge
Building the Batcave is only half the fun. Your own superhero will get a kick out of driving the Batmobile and Batcycle capturing The Joker and Poison Ivy and putting them in jail.
Ages: 2 to 5 years
Buy it: Duplo Batcave Challenge, $50, Shop.Lego.Com

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Think & Learn Teach And Tag Movi
The aptly-named Movi is really, well, on the move. An eager playmate on a rainy day, this guy scoots around the house with 360 degrees of mobility, ready to play games. He teaches your kid to follow directions and think critically and, perhaps most impressive, he has more than 60 facial expressions that change during play.
Ages: 3 to 6 years
Buy it: Think & Learn Teach And Tag Movi, $50, Fisher-Price.com

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Zoo Mountain
Lions and tigers and...you get the picture. Seven zoo residents, a zookeeper, a felt pond tuck inside the soft mountain, which doubles as a carrying case, thanks to the fabric loop. Among our picks for Christmas gifts for boys, this playset is the perfect backdrop for social skill development through pretend play.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: The Manhattan Toy Company Zoo Mountain, $32, ManhattanToy.com

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My Great Beanbag Toss
Whether a playdate, birthday party or just a Sunday afternoon, this retro-look bean bag game sets up in a doorway in a cinch. Instead of balls, tots toss stuffed birds for a dose of silly fun.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: My Great Beanbag Toss, $39, LandofNod.com

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My First Chess Set
All hail the king and queen...of the jungle, that is. Christmas gifts for boys that check off problem-solving, memory building and concentration—this animal-themed chess set does all three, so challenge your child to a match.
Ages: 5 and up
Buy it: Vilac My First Chess Set, $32, Store.MoMA.org

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Marco Bath Toy
A bath can be as much fun as jumping in the pool, if your child washes up with Marco (as in Polo). His diving helmet sports a water-activated light that changes color as he bobs along with his head peeking out of the water.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Boon Marco Bath Toy, $15, BoonInc.com

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Star Wars Force Link Mega Playset
Two words: wearable technology. On the outside, this playset looks like the astromech droid BB-8 (Don’t worry if you don’t know what this is. Your Star Wars fan definitely will). Inside are six play areas stuffed with hi-tech features (think firing projectiles and lightspeed tracking) that are activated by the Force Link wearable tech.
Ages: 4 and up
Buy it: Star Wars Force Link Mega Playset, $200, HasbroToyShop.com

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Cubetto Playset
Cubetto, a friendly wooden robot, takes coding off the screen. Kids guide Cubetto with a programming language they can touch. Drawing, building a jetpack, dancing around a forest and navigating a maze are a few examples of what a custom-algorithm charged cubetto can do.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Cubetto Playset. $225, PrimoToys.com

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Paper Bag Monsters
Christmas gifts for boys that get back to crafting basics, this kit includes everything to make five puppets. Each project comes individually wrapped, so hearing “I made it myself!” has never been faster or simpler.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Paper Bag Monsters, $15, AlexBrands.com

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Leappad Ultimate
Not quite ready to hand over your iPad to your preschooler? Enter this kid-proof first tablet, preloaded with math, reading and science games, personalized to your child. (Games and learning levels are adjusted based on his progress.)
Ages: 3 to 6 years
Buy it: Leappad Ultimate, $100, LeapFrog.com

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Les Zig Et Zag Harmonica
One of the most popular musical instruments in the collection from beloved French toy company Moulin Roty, the painted wooden harmonica features a horse, friendly wolf and mouse.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Les Zig Et Zag Harmonica, $10, BonjourPetit.com

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Automoblox S9 Sedan
The ultimate Christmas gifts for boys is right here in this sleek sedan, with 20 mix-and-match European beech wood components, low-profile wheels and Brembo brake assemblies. A driver is included.
Ages: 3 and up
Buy it: Automoblox S9 Sedan, $40, PlayMonster.com

Published September 2017

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