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[TOY NEWS] Holiday Gifts For Kids 2020 Edition


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The holiday season is a time of year where everyone is trying to find the best and newest toys to gift to their loved ones.  We have compiled a list of some of our top choices across different categories and age ranges so you can find something for everyone on your list!  This is an evolving list as we learn of new products or find products that you all might enjoy.  If you have a personal favorite that kids will love, feel free to reach out and let us know!  Here are some of our top picks for best holiday gifts for kids!

 

Capture the Flag Redux 

Capture The Flag Redux

 

Even though it is cold outside in most parts of the world, gifts need to include items that kids can use in the summer.  Capture the Flag Redux by Starlux Games is a perfect example of this.  Kids will be looking to get outside and play with their friends come summertime, let them run around with this fun game and help them get exercise while building life long friendships!  If you are looking for more games, Starlux Games has a bunch of great options, like maybe something for your younger kids to play indoors in Protectors of the Rainbow!

 

Razor A5 LUX Kick Scooter

Razor Scooter

This scooter makes the perfect holiday gift for kids ages 8 and up.  It is a reader’s choice favorite of all the people that visit our blog.  This gift will get your kids outside and exercising while having more fun than they could imagine.  They can ride to school, or just around the neighborhood with all their friends.  This scooter is guaranteed to please this holiday season as a top gift!  If scooters are what you are looking for but this one isn’t right for you, head on over to our post on the best scooters!

Razor Power Core E90 Electric Scooter

Electric scooter

Continuing with scooters, as they were the top choice of a lot of our readers this year, we bring one an affordable, yet top quality, electric scooter.  This comes from Razor, who is one of the most popular brands in scooters today, but puts an electric spin on the fun.  Get this scooter for your 8+ year old this holiday season and see the biggest smile on their face.

Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter

Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter

If you are looking for a more adult electric scooter for your teenager, look no further than the Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter this holiday season.  This will help your kids get to and from school without you having to drive them or maybe to the grocery store to pick up that something you forgot.  It is a little more pricey than the previous electric scooter, but will definitely be more useful for travel and commuting.

Uenjoy Ride On Racer Electric Car

electric car for kids

Moving from scooters to our second most popular item category amongst our readers, electric cars for kids!  These electric cars make the perfect holiday gift for kids.  This one comes with a remote control if your kid is youngers so the parent can drive while the kid just enjoys the ride.  Then it grows with them and allows your kids to drive themselves around once you, the parent, decide they are able to do so.  We are just going to put this one here, but if you want to see more check out the best electric cars for kids, or if your child loves Lamborghini, we compiled the best Lamborghini power wheels.

Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids Edition Tablet

Amazon Fire HD 10

If your kids are like mine, they love their electronics and gadgets.  This is why the Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids edition is the perfect holiday gift for kids.  This will bring them hours of entertainment, at least some will be educational, while bringing hours of quiet time for the parents.  We all know how rare and enjoyable that parent quiet time is!  This is the perfect holiday gift for your kids and it won’t break the bank!  

LEGO DUPLO Classic Deluxe Starter Set with Storage Box

Lego Duplo Starter Pack

Bringing the age group back down a bit, nothing beats a colorful set of Lego Duplo to spark the creativity and imagination in your little one’s brain.  Get this starter pack that comes with a handy storage box for the little one that is learning and growing more and more every day this holiday season.  This timeless gift will grow with you child and give many bonding opportunities for parents and children to play together.

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