There are so many signs that Christmas is coming right up. Christmas lights already being up, crazy drivers, and extreme bargains! For this Top Ten I visited a few different common sites for the best prices on toys for kids! I found some really cool, high rated, gifts for under $20! I hope you enjoy!
Leap Frog My Pal Violet/Scout – $14.97
This soft cuddly friend connects to the computer so you can customize the music and personalize learning with your child’s name, favorite food, anim, and color. This toy comes with 5 pre-loaded songs, or you can choose and download from an online list of 30 songs. Press their paws to play music, learn songs, or play games. Suggested Age: 1 year and up I didn’t see one bad review for this, it seems to be an hit with everyone that buys it.
B. Elemenosqueeze Soft ABC Blocks – $15.99
Different animals for each letter block., children can chew on them, use them in the tub, and build with them while they learn the alphabet! Blocks are made from squishy plastic that “doesn’t smell like some other plastics.” and the best part is that it comes in a travel bag! Suggested age: 6 months and up Great reviews on this one! A lot of people said they would recommend this toy.
Dalmatian Vet Kit – $17.99
This is a complete vet kit with a sturdy traveling case for transporting . It comes with a cute little plush puppy to tend to when it gets sick. Didn’t see a bad review on this one either, and I can think of ten children that would love this gift. Suggested age: 3 years and up
Leap Frog Scribble & Write – $16.97
Helps teach letter recognition and gross motor skills with fun learning games. Trace the lights to get practice drawing simple shapes and pictures. Upper-and lowercase letters. Parents can connect it to the online Leap Frog Learning Path for customized learning insights and ideas to expand learning. This is a great travel toy!! In one of the reviews someone said they found it cheaper than target but I wasn’t able to. Suggested age: 3 years and up
Fisher-Price Elmo’s Greatest Hits – $19.54
Now kids can sing along with Elmo! This Elmo toy features 5 of his following greatest hits! The Chicken Dance, The Hokey Pokey, E-L-M-O, Shout, and the Elmo’s World Theme. Not only does he play those 5 songs, he also says fun phrases, and encouraging applauses and raps make it more fun! 1 bad review out of 42 positive ones. Suggested age: 18 months and up
American Plastic My Very Own Kitchen – $19.97
It’s a great play kitchen in a ‘compact’ size. Kids can pretend using the microwave, range, grill area, conventional oven, dish organizer, and plenty of shelf space. Comes with 19 pieces, including cups, dishes, silverware, pots, pans, cooking utensils, pitcher, and “cell phone”. 3 bad reviews out of 23 said that assembling can be a pain, but for under $20, a great toy! Suggested ages: 2 years and up
Crayola Ultimate Art Supplies Kit – $16.99
I think this is a great price for all the things you get in this awesome portable art studio. Comes with: 12 Colored Pencils, 24 Fine Line markers, 24 Crayons, 8 Watercolor Pan, Crush, Stencil, and plastic studio case with organizer trays. Great for art projects! Suggested age: 5 years and up
Sea Monkeys Kit – Instant Life – $5.99
This kit introduces children to science and included everything you need to hatch, raise, and learn about Sea Monkeys. Kit includes: Water Purifier, Instant Live Eggs, Growth Food, A magnifier, A feeding spoon, and Instructions Just add water and your own container! Suggested age: 6 years and up.
Crayola Model Magic Color Fills Mosaic Art Kit – Sponge Bob – $11.19
Everything you need to create fun mosaic style portraits and scenes. Reviews say it has easy instructions, and the material feels like a cross between play dough and moon dough. Although customers did say they wish the canvas size was a little smaller, seeing how the current size requires a lot of time for young ones to start and finish in one project. Suggested age: 5 and up.
I Spy Memory Game – $18.99
Young ones can play memory while working on reading, thinking, and language skills! Game features 2 ways to play: beginning, with no reading required as players take turns flipping cards to make matches, and advanced where players try to solve riddles. Includes 60 memory cards, 15 riddle cards, and game instructions! Suggested age: 5 years and up.
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