The Best Toys From Walmart For Kids Of All Ages
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Prepping for the holiday season isn’t always merry, especially when it comes to shopping for toys: There can be long lines, even bigger price tags, and sometimes you have to visit several stores to find the gift that’s on the top of your little one’s wish list. This year, take the stress-free route and get everything you need with a bit of help from Walmart, which carries thousands of top-rated toys that won’t break the bank.
You can find safe and educational toys for toddlers, interactive options for little kids, and age-appropriate tech or fun board games for big kids — and get it all in a flash when you take advantage of Walmart’s curbside pickup and same-day delivery. Keep reading to discover 30 next-level gifts that kids of all ages and personalities will be excited to unwrap this year.
Toddler-Friendly Toys (1 To 3 Years Old)
Toddlers love a toy with interactive buttons and sounds. Even though they’re too young to read or write, you can expose them to numbers and words through play. Consider gifting a toy like a bilingual electronic book from Leapfrog or an Elsa doll that sings a song from Disney’s Frozen 2.
Little Kid Must-Haves (4 To 8 Years Old)
By the time little kids are 4 to 8 years old, they’re curious and really able to learn from educational and interactive toys. They’ll love holiday gifts that encourage imaginative play, like colorful LEGO building bricks, a Crayola art station, or a battery-powered Power Wheels dune racer they can drive down the sidewalk.
Big Kid Presents (9 To 12 Years Old)
In addition to loving adventurous toys, like a cool hover board or an electric Razor scooter, bigger kids are probably developing an interest in technology. If you don't want to gift your tween a cell phone or laptop, Walmart has plenty of kid-friendly tech like Nintendo Switch consoles and Fuji Instax cameras.
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