Honestly, it’s never too early to shop for Christmas. If you want to score some of the hottest toys, you’ve got to be on top of your game. And I’m here to help. I’ve got a list of some of the most-wanted toys for Christmas 2009, just for you!
Zhu Zhu Pets. These are simply flying off the shelves. They have their own personalities, can purr, and can scoot around the floor on their own. But the beauty is, there’s no mess to clean up!
Wild Planet Crayon Town This play set comes in many forms, from a zoo to a horse ranch. It combines the art with construction and imaginary play. Kids can even use old and broken crayons to make more scenery. This toy is getting fantastic reviews!
Tamagotchi Music Star. There are lots of different “skins” and colors to choose from on this popular, tiny electronic toy. Children raise their tamagotchi to be music stars, where they can then be in their own band and play their own music!
PixOs Ultimate 3D Design Station Kids are able to make 2D and 3D designs with movable parts and hinges, all with no ink and zero mess. If you haven’t yet gotten in on the PixOs bandwagon, this might be the time. Super fun!
Printies Design Studio Lots of different sets, from Ocean to Pets, allow your kids to design and stuff their own animals. Sort of like Build-a-Bear, but without all the extra cost! Just print out the design on an inkjet printer, and up to six pets can be made with no sewing and no glue!
Lego 2009 Advent Calendar This one you have to get before Christmas! The Lego enthusiast in your life will love building a new piece of the set every day during Advent.
Bop ItA new game for the whole family. It’s most comparable to “Simon Says” but in the most high-tech way possible!
VTech Bugsby Reading System & Pen Bundle
The newest reading system from VTech helps to build reading skills through comprehension, phonics, word recognition, and more! You can begin with the starter kit, and then add more popular character titles, from Dora to Max and Ruby.
Mindflex A new, fairly amazing game that actually reads your brain waves to levitate foam balls and sends them on different obstacle courses that progress in difficulty as you master the game. Don’t believe it? It does actually work!
Mickey’s Magic Choo-Choo Train Just like on the show, this train lays its own tracks! Music and different modes make for plenty of toddler fun!