As a parent, you likely already know that kids are finicky when it comes to toys. No matter how much time you spend scrolling and reading reviews, there will always be the toys that get played with right out of the box and the toys that get unwrapped and forgotten.
This is where Walmart really steps up. With so many hit toys all in one place, you’re sure to find affordable gifts that your tots, tweens, and teens will be totally into — starting with this shortlist.
For your Wish-loving Disney fan
If your kid likes the new Disney movie, Wish, they’ll love exploring the magical cottagecore vibes of Asha’s fully loaded house. It comes with figurines of the three main characters and the wishing well, and your kiddo can literally pack up the house and take it on play dates.
A family board game that’s not boring
If you’re looking to level up family game night, this will do the job. The pop-up roller coaster alone is pretty cool, but the real ride begins when you take on one of the 15 mystery missions and use the magnifying glass to try and find clues on the jam-packed board.
For your kids who can’t sit still
This techie twist on the classic mat game is basically a dance party. Download the app, sync it to your tablet, put on the wrist and ankle bands, and scramble into poses that match the colors on your screen. The game is set to music and even your littlest ones can strike poses to the beat.
The next best thing to getting a puppy
This fuzzy interactive finger monkey will be your child’s new BFF. There are four monkeys to choose from and they all respond to touch with super cute reactions, like singing and giggling. They’re tiny, they’re adorbs — and your kiddo can take them everywhere a puppy can’t go.
Keep the Barbie magic rolling
If your kiddo is Barbie-movie-obsessed, this rad rollerblading doll nails it with the ’80s visor and leotard. Your child can move the bendable joints and re-enact their favorite scene from the movie over and over. Add the Ken doll with his neon-yellow fanny pack, and it’s a party.
Challenge your teen who knows everything
This clever upgrade will challenge your kids who think the classic UNO card game is way too easy. In addition to matching colors and numbers, they’ll have to get four tiles in a row, which is no easy feat. Draw an action tile, and players can sabotage their siblings by swapping out trays.
Get your kids the toys they want and knock off your holiday list at Walmart.
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