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Some Classic Toy Recommendations for Christmas/Holiday 2010

By Glinda

You know, sometimes it isn’t about the latest and the greatest.  Some toys have stood the test of time and are great choices for any year or special occasion.


Classic Choral Top Push it, and it lights up and makes music.  The harder you push, the faster the sounds and lights go.  Much more fun than you would think!

Lincoln Logs Bicentennial Edition I am of the opinion that you can never go wrong with Lincoln Logs.


Foam Building Blocks Oversized blocks=tons of fun.  Hmmm, my daugher just might enjoy these!

Arcade Crane Game A friend of ours has this, and it is a big hit with everyone, young and old alike.


Carrom Game Board Who didn’t play with one of these as a kid?  Indoors or out, you can’t lose with 100+ games, besides being able to make up your own!


Pull-Along Alphabet Blocks Combines alphabet and number blocks along with a pull-toy.  First introduced in 1858.


Savannah Dollhouse  For a little girl, I’m not sure it gets much better than this.

Electronic Snap Circuits 100  This introductory set will definitely get your child thinking.  In a good way.


Special Edition Erector Set  They’ve been around for a long time for good reason.


Gyroscopes Still gravity-defying, still fascinating.









One Response to “Some Classic Toy Recommendations for Christmas/Holiday 2010”




  1. J Says:

    I like classic Lincoln Logs. The new ones with the prefab roofs ruin it for me. Not sure why, they just do.












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