Best Kids Toys for Christmas 2011 - 2012

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Looking For The Best Toys For Kids

If you are looking for the Best Toys for Christmas 2011 then you need look no further! Here at The Christmas Best Toy Store you will find just about everything you could want!

From the very best christmas toy for your young girl or boy to the toy that will bring a smile to the face of the adult who still wishes they were a child at Christmas!

So you want to offer the best gift to your kids on the eve of Christmas but not sure what to go for? Well, take heart in the fact that you are not alone in this dilemma! Your predicament is shared by many parents worldwide! In fact, probably the biggest dilemma faced by most parents is that of buying the best Christmas gift for their kids on a budget.

Cabbage Patch Kid Babies

Remember the Cabbage Patch Kids fad that nearly caused riots in retail stores during the early 1980's? Believe it or not, these popular dolls were originally made of cloth and sold at craft shows. In 1982, Robert Schlaifer secured the license to produce the "Little People" and changed the name to "Cabbage Patch Kids." An empire was born.

According to the story created by Schlaifer and his wife, Susanne, the imaginative character Xavier Roberts discovered the Cabbage Patch Kids in a valley full of magic. The evil Lavendar McDade wanted to pluck the babies from the cabbage patch as they were born but Xavier decided to save them by finding them each homes before she could get her hands on them.

A number of companies have obtained the license to produce Cabbage Patch Kids throughout the years, including Hasbro and ToysRUs, and a number of different varieties were developed. Now manufactured by Play Along, Cabbage Patch Kids Babies with various skin tones and hair types are hitting store shelves again just in time for the holiday season. Choosing a baby doll that matches your daughter's ethnicity will be incredibly easy.

Each doll, regardless of ethnicity, comes dressed in a diaper, bonnet, and romper. She'll also come with a variety of accessories, like baby bottles, baby food, rattles, and wash cloths, as well as with a set of birth certificates and adoption papers.

Designed for little girls between the ages of 3 and 10, Cabbage Patch Kid Babies are sure to be a hit this holiday season. Your little girl will love hers for years to come!

Electronic Furby

Furby toys hit store shelves in the late 90's and quickly became a popular replacement for the traditional robot. Designed to look like a combination of a hamster and an owl, these toys were originally hot sellers and very difficult to find.

The distinguishing trait of the Furby was its ability to slowly migrate from speaking 100% Furbish to speaking English. The idea was that the Furby would continue to speak its own language until it was nourished enough to learn English - no matter where they were living.

The Furby craze died down in 2000 and remained quiet until 2005, when the Emoto-Tronic company released a line of Furbies, Furby babies, and the Funky Furby. They were again popular because of new enhancements such as voice-recognition and the ability to make unique facial twitches. Some could communicate with other Furby toys, interacting to play games and sing songs. They sold well in 2007 but then became incredibly difficult to find.

Sticking with the idea that "everything old becomes new again," some forecasters predict the Furby will be incredibly popular this holiday season. The newer versions are a bit easier to find than the originals, but the originals can still be found online and in specialty stores. Keep your eyes peeled and be ready to jump on the offers you do find. We have a feeling the Furby toy won't last much longer but those who get their hands on them will be incredibly glad they did!

Star Wars Action Figures

George Lucas's epic series, Star Wars, is bound to be a fan favorite for years to come. The pop culture phenomenon hit the big screen in 1977 followed by two sequels each 3 years after the preceding. Despite the final movie in the prequel trilogy, shown throughout the late 90's and early 2000's, being released in 2005, the legend of Star Wars continues to live on.

The Star Wars franchise includes television cartoons, comic books, video games, books, and a myriad of incredible action figures. Children who have recently discovered the Star Wars series are guaranteed to love finding at least one or two action figures under the tree this holiday season.

There are, of course, several action figures and packs to choose from. The Star Wars LEGO kits are amongst the most popular, killing two birds with one stone when it comes to appeasing LEGO lovers. Luke's Landspeeder, the Close Walker Battle Pack, and Darth Vader's TIE Fighter are all excellent picks.

If you're looking for something simpler, and with a lot less pieces, lean more towards the Crimson Empire Crucible Action Figure Pack or the Exclusive Joker Squad set. Each includes 6 figurines and the latter is the first to include a female storm trooper.

You may, of course, simply want to purchase a single action figure - your child's favorite or one missing from his collection. General Grievous, R2-D2, Jango Fett, Commander Stone, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Luke Skywalker are just a few of the characters available in action figure form.

No matter which you choose, the Star Wars fan in your life is bound to be please. May the force be with you this holiday season!

Top Selling Toys for Christmas - Updated Hourly

Rory's Story Cubes

Rory's Story Cubes is a pocket-sized creative story generator, providing hours of imaginative play for all ages. There are infinite ways to play with Rory's Story Cubes - Try them as a party game or ice-breaker, for literacy development, speaking and listening skills, creative inspiration, a mental workout or problem solving. Anyone can become a great storyteller and there are no wrong answers. Simply roll the cubes and let the pictures spark your imagination.Features: 1 or more players Reinforces artistic expression Ages 8 and up Playing time: 15 minutes

Angry Birds: Knock On Wood Game

Mattel Angry Birds Knock On Wood Game - Mattel W2793.

Qwirkle Board Game

Our tactile wooden block game combines the logic and strategy of Set with the creative multi-maneuver game play of Scrabble . Easy-to-learn rules mean you'll be creating columns and rows of matching colors and shapes in no time! Look for opportunities to score big by placing a tile that touches multiple pieces and matches both shapes and colors; the player with the most points wins. 108 blocks.

Air Swimmer Remote Control Inflatable Flying Shark

Remote - controlled Air Swimmers Flying Shark "swims" effortlessly through the air. Here's a great gift for ages 8 and up! It's a helium-filled Great White Shark balloon that you can maneuver through the air via remote control. Swims from room to room with lifelike shark motion. Realistic graphics team up with easy steering in any direction. Remote-controlled fun has never come to life so magically! Details: Body is tough nylon material that stays inflated for weeks; Remote offers full up, down and 360 turning control; Requires 4 AAA batteries (1 in body, 3 in controller); Fill with inexpensive helium at any party store, florist shop or grocery store that carries balloons; 40' control range. For indoor use only. 57"l. 36"h., kit: 1 lb., 2 ozs. For ages 8 and up.; Snap up yours today! CHOKING HAZARD. Item contains small parts.Not for children under 3 yrs. Remote-controlled Air Swimmers Flying Shark

Perplexus Maze Game by PlaSmart, Inc.

The 3-D puzzle maze you can't put down! -- It may look like a transparent sphere amusement park for marbles, but this self-contained puzzle ball is a challenging maze for all ages. -- Flip, twist, and spin the Perplexus, attempting to move a ball along the numbered paths, while you work with and against the forces of gravity. -- There's 100 barriers for you to conquer with this game that's easy to play, but hard to master! If your ball falls off the track, just try again. -- Recommended Ages 6-106.


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