You can’t have a year in review without a list of the best toys of 2010. It wasn’t easy, but here are the top 5 toys of the year for infants all the way up to big kids.
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For Infants: Skip Hop Hug & Hide Owl
In an electronic age when flashing lights and catchy tunes reign supreme, it’s nice to find a baby toy that goes back to basics, like the Hug & Hide Owl. Brightly colored and chock-full of baby-powered activities to engage and entertain, it’s no wonder stores can’t keep it in stock.
For Toddlers: Jojo Bump Bump Remote Control Car
No more waiting to play with the big kid RC car. Jojo Bump Bump is made just for toddlers, with just two buttons to make the cartoon-like car drive forward or spin around. Baby not such a great driver? No worries. Baby will get a laugh watching Jojo the bunny bounce out of the car.
For Preschoolers: Fisher Price iXL
Have a kid and own an iPad or a smart phone? Chances are it’s covered with grubby little fingerprints. Solution? The Fisher Price iXL, a winning combo of learning, entertainment and media all wrapped into one gadget. It’s a digital reader, game player, notepad, art studio, MP3 player, and photo viewer, so you can have your iPad all to yourself again.
For Little Kids: LEGO Creationary Board Games
Didn’t think LEGO could get any more interactive? Wrong. Their new Creationary game takes the boredom out of board games and challenges players to get creative by using LEGO bricks to build objects that others players need to identify.
For Big Kids: Kinect for Xbox 360
The revolutionary gaming system eliminates the need for controllers, and instead uses your body movements to play games and interact with the digital characters. Even the biggest kids (aka moms and dads) are going crazy for Xbox Kinect.
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