The 10 funny toys for Kids

This year we had the opportunity to know many funny toys for your kids and decided to put them on a list to fulfill the letter of Santa Claus or so that the Kings can have easier Christmas shopping. Remember that to choose the best toy you must be aware of your age, your tastes but always thinking about your child’s development and skills. Thus, children will be the best baking chefs, they will feel part of a fairy tale having hours of fun, learn the colors, numbers and shapes and all without realizing it. Meet our top 10 to give you the best gift.

Chicco Monkey Strike for children 1 year and up. This bowling will delight you and you will learn the numbers later.

Mega Bloks, ideal for children between 1 and 5 years. Arming, disarming, building and imagining are the keys to developing all your skills.

Cubbie Lee wooden building blocks figure, for ages 1 and up. The colors and shapes will stimulate your baby’s imagination to the maximum.

Audi for children from 3 onwards. He will be delighted while you guide him along the way. Do not want one for your kids?

Fisher-Price by Shakira for babies 3 months and up. The textures and colors will enchant your baby at this stage.

Peppa Pig for children 3 years and over. Who does not like this little pig? Boys and girls love her.

Hamleys wood watch, for ages 3 and up. For the little ones in the house! Show the hours, the figures and colors in a fun way.

Nancy doll recommended for 5 years and up. Groom, makeup, and play with her and all her accessories.

Pinypon, for boys and girls from 4 years and up. Let your child spend hours of fun with the magical world of these dolls.

Nenuco, for ages 2 and up. These dolls are more back than ever to play at the supermarket and be a whole mom or dad.

 

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