We all know that our preschoolers would be happy with a wrapping paper tube for a toy, but these toys are so darned cute that you'll have to snap them up!
Everyone's favorite monkey can now be your kid's favorite pal, pillow and blanket all in one. Snuggle up with your favorite book, and let the curious adventure begin.
Nothing like bouncing around to burn some of that familiar toddler energy we all know too well. Don't the let winter months make your kids less active. One Step Ahead has improved their indoor or outdoor trampoline complete with: screw on legs, cushioned handle and a jumping sweet spot marked with a star! Plus it holds up to 80lbs!!
Kids love to play with luggage anyway, so this ride-on suitcase is perfect to keep them entertained. Just keep in mind that you may end up pulling your kid through the airport!
The most talked about toy of the season, the Leappad is like a starter iPad for your kids. (And one you don't have to worry about them breaking nearly as easily!) It plays downloadable apps and cartridge games (the same ones that work with Leapster Explorer) to teach kids readin', writin', 'rithmetic and everything else under the sun. It also comes with a built-in camera and video recorder.
Double the fun! One side is a grocery store, the other a lemonade stand. Your kids and their friends can set up shop, learn about the food groups and money, and just be creative. FYI: Food sold separately.
No more photos of partial people! Hooray! The lens on this camera swivels 180 degrees, so your budding lens pro can see what he's shooting and easily center, aim and shoot both photos and videos. It's got big buttons for little fingers and comes with software that lets them play with distortion, stamps and special effects. Let the creative juices flow!
Super Stella! Mighty Max! Kids get to create their own superhero alter egos with a customizable cape. Just make sure they don't try to "fly" off the couch.
The green chalkboard takes us back to grade school, and we love that the alphabet is printed along the top and bottom as a permanent learning tool. Then, flip it around, so they can create the next Mona Lisa!
Their very own savings ATM teaches on so many levels—from monetary values to counting to saving to memory-building (kids get to create a security password and remember it!).