Check Out The Most Wanted Toys of 2010! Are They On Your Holiday Shopping List?
Add these toys to your holiday shopping list and your kids will squeal with joy (and you might enjoy playing with some of these too!).
Does your 3-year-old need a new plush toy that makes funny noises when you squeeze its tummy? Then the Sing-a-ma-jig might be for you. Or, perhaps your 4-year-old daughter is looking for a new capsule toy, in which case you should pick up some Squinkies. These are just two items on Time to Play magazine’s list of the most wanted toys of 2010 — they were chosen by the editors as the most popular, most fun and the most anticipated gifts for the holiday season.
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Most Wanted Doll This Holiday Season: Parents Are Going Gaga For Lalaloopsy!
Forgot about Tickle Me Elmo! This modern take on the rag doll is disappearing off toy store shelves everywhere — and parents are in a frenzy to find one! HollyMoms, are you on the hunt?
Meet Mittens Fluff ‘N’ Stuff! She’s the newest toy causing hysteria this holiday season — just like the Tickle Me Elmo stampedes in 1996 and the Cabbage Patch Kids craze in the ’80s. The blue-haired, rosy-cheeked doll is one of eight in Lalaloopsy’s “Sew magical — Sew cute” line and parents are going absolutely crazy trying to find one! Although a million of these $25 Mittens Fluff ‘N’ Stuff’s were made by Bratz manufacturer MGA Entertainment, they’re flying off the shelves and disappearing as fast as you can say… Lalaloopsy! Click here to read more
iPads Are Expected To Be The Most Requested Gift By Kids 12 And Younger. Are Your Kids Begging For One?
Suri Cruise, who has her very own iPad, isn’t the only technologically savvy tot. It looks like more and more elementary school kids will be asking Santa for an iPad this holiday season. Will you be forking out more than $400 for one?
Remember when a coloring book and a brand new box of crayons or a Barbie doll were the perfect presents to find wrapped up under the Christmas tree? Well, let’s hope Santa’s elves have adapted to the electronics age, because all kids are asking for this holiday season is an iPad. Industry experts say that Apple’s handheld computer gizmo is at the top of just about every tween’s wish list! Click here to read more