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    31 Toys From Walmart That Might Just Make You More Popular With Your Kids

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    1. A Scooby-Doo stuffed animal that your little one will want to tote around everywhere. Whether they want it to sleep with or adventure with, you simply can't go wrong.

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    Promising review: "My child loves it. It's the perfect size for him. Very happy with this purchase." β€”Alexis

    Price: $19.89

    2. A Barbie DreamCamper my sister and I would've begged our parents for when we were kids. Not only does it expand into a 2-foot Barbie wonderland but it even has a pool!

    Walmart

    Promising review: "I got this Barbie Dream Camper for my friend's daughter about two weeks ago and she absolutely loves it! She is 7 years old and loves Barbies! It's definitely a large toy and takes up some space, but if you've got the room – this is great toy to have! " β€”mflores

    Price: $64.99

    3. A Little Tikes Gas N Go Mower to help your toddler learn how to stand and walk. They'll be able to prop up against it, push it, and play with all the little buttons.

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    Promising review: "Our grandson loves this mower! He likes moving the controls, and pulling on the starter rope as well as pushing it. Besides liking the popping balls and sounds, he makes his own mower sounds with his lips. There's a nice anti-tip feature on the back of this mower, which is very important for young walkers who haven't figured everything out, yet." β€”AustinTubeAmps

    Price: $24.99

    4. A Disney Princess Mulan doll that's perfect for the upcoming movie launch. Your little one will want to brush her hair all day long.

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    This doll stands 14 inches tall, so she's a great size to carry around.

    Price: $8.88

    5. A PAW Patrol jet for kiddos obsessed with the Nick Jr. show. The two-in-one toy lets you switch between a deluxe jet and PAW Patrol mobile command headquarters.

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    Promising review: "My 4-year-old LOVED this! So many fun things to do with a command center and a smaller detachable ship that is easier to handle. The larger ship can carry whatever your kid can fit in there. It fires discs and makes lights and sounds. He plays with it for hours and he doesn't even watch PAW Patrol!" β€”BlondWahine

    Price: $39.99

    6. A Spider-Man set that'll let your kid live out their Marvel fantasy. The set includes a Spider-Man glove and silly string to shoot what looks like a web sling.

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    Promising review: "My son loved that he could shoot real spiderwebs just like Spider-Man. Takes dress up to a whole other level." β€”Beckett8734

    Price: $18.48

    7. A Jenga set for a little old-school fun. This block-stacking game is full of anticipation, never knowing whether or not the block you pull will cause the whole tower to tumble down.

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    Promising review: "This is perfect. Its the original game and enjoyable as always! The kids loved it for Christmas." β€”Sarah

    Price: $10.27

    8. A Rosa Parks Barbie doll to inspire your little one. The doll comes with an authenticity card, stand, and info on her history.

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    Promising review: "I want to thank Barbie/Mattel for designing this Rosa Parks Edition Barbie for the African American Community and giving our younger generation a chance to see such a powerful figure of color a part of their brand. It shows little girls of color that they have the power to do anything they set their mind to and fighting for what they believe in is right, can bring new hope, and change for ones who may be afraid to speak up for themselves and others!" β€”PerezHimself

    Price: $23.23

    9. A Fisher-Price food truck that little kids will have so much fun with. The cute little truck comes with over 20 removable pieces, including a menu board, drinks, burgers, and more.

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    Promising review: "My 14-month-old absolutely loves this. She has learned how to dance with the fun music it plays. Assembly was fairly easy. I would totally recommend this toy for all toddlers" β€”Mj

    Price: $69

    10. A kinetic sand set with the potential to get sand everywhere β€” but it's so fun your kids will love you. Plus, given its kinetic nature, it's less likely to split apart so it shouldn't be too messy.

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    Promising review: "The kinetic sand set is super entertaining and entails long hours of fun for my daughter she is super artsy and loves to do her own thing and this set is perfect for her and her creativity will definitely be buying more in the future." β€”MissMary1899

    Price: $16.99

    11. A colorful candy-inspired board game for little ones who love fairytales and sweets. It says it can be played by children ages three and up, but adults will get a kick out of it too.

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    Promising review: "My little girls are 4 and 9, they both love this game. The 4-year-old makes up her own rules but we all have so much fun with it." β€”LVines

    Price: $5.92

    12. A hand-held ping-pong table that'll teach your kid how to entertain themself. It comes with a small ball, hence the 8+ age rating.

    Walmart

    Promising review: "So fun and easy to use. Keeps kids entertained for a long time" β€”Trae16833

    Price: $4.99

    13. A card game for 2–10 players. When you play UNO, the goal is to match colors and numbers until you've discarded the majority of your cards and are sitting with just one more.

    Walmart

    Promising review: "A good family game, simple enough for the younger players and entertaining enough for the older ones. Basically played like Crazy Eights." β€”grancie

    Price: $5.44

    14. A board game that'll teach your little one to stay within the lines. When trying to remove the objects from within Cavity Sam's body β€” the goal is to avoid the sides so that the buzzer doesn't go off.

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    Promising review: "My girls love it just as much as I did when I was younger!" β€”puhfool85

    Price: $13.44

    15. A Razor Scooter because it's as fun now as it was back in the '90s and early '00s when I was a kid. Since it's been around for a while, you'll be able to teach your kids all the coolest tricks.

    Walmart

    Promising review: "My 5-year-old son loves this scooter! I like that the scooter can be adjusted as my son grows so that he can use this scooter for a long time. I also like how the scooter can be folded for easy storing." β€”BabaTobs

    Price: $29.97 (available in five colors)

    16. A Pound Puppy newborn I wanted when I was a kid. These precious pups are replicas of the old-school toy and they're just as adorable.

    Walmart

    Promising review: "Love these! I will be collecting all of them!" β€”Yvonne

    Price: $12.90 (available in six colors)

    17. A Peppa Pig playhouse for little ones who dig the show (or just plain like little pigs). It has four rooms, 15 play pieces, and three characters, all of which can be carried within the handheld case.

    Walmart

    Promising review: "My daughter just turned two and she loves playing with her new Peppa Pig Play Set! I would recommend, especially if your child loves Peppa Pig. It's very cute, and includes quite a few furniture pieces." β€”Grace

    Price: $33.37

    18. A tried-and-true board game that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Chutes and Ladders is great for kids three and up. Whoever reaches the 100 square first, wins!

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    Promising review: "My hubby plays this game with our 4-year-old. She is learning to count and this makes it fun." β€”Kelly81

    Price: $5.92

    19. A 20-pack of Play-Doh so your kids will think you're the coolest parent ever since many mom and dads ban it for its messy nature. Just be sure to get them a mat to play with it on to make clean-up less of a hassle for you.

    Walmart

    Promising review: "My granddaughters received this from us (Grand Pa & Grannie) for Christmas. They loved all the bright colors and haven't stop playing with it yet." β€”phenonw

    Price: $11.88

    20. A guessing game designed for two players, where each player has to guess the other's mystery character. Guess Who? This comes with two game boards, 48 face cards, 24 mystery cards, two scorekeepers, and instructions.

    Walmart

    Promising review: "This game was purchased for my nephew for Christmas as a family package. My nephew and niece opened it immediately and played the game only minutes after unwrapping it they were enjoying the time together. Great for age groups 6 to 9." β€”Corey

    Price: $9.92

    21. A Batman mask that comes with over 15 sounds to transform your little one into their fave comic book character. It comes with three AAA batteries, but it's a good idea to keep some on hand in case they run out because, believe me, your kid will become obsessed.

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    Letting you know now that your kiddo won't want to take this awesome mask off.

    Price: $29.97

    22. A Star Wars lightsaber to instill the force in your little one. This light-up saber has an extendable blade so your kid (or you) can fight like a Jedi. Plus, you can choose from three of the main character's colors.

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    Promising review: "My son really likes this lightsaber. He has trouble sometimes with buttons and this light is super easy for him to turn on and off. It extends easily and is bright! He loves playing with it." β€”AmyM

    Price: $8.92 (available in three colors)

    23. A Hackin' Packin' Alpaca game that's great for kiddos ages 5 and up. The goal is to place as much cargo onto the refillable alpaca's back without it spitting on you.

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    Promising review: "My 7-year-old daughter couldn't stop laughing when my family played Hackin' Packin' Alpaca! Although there are instructions included, the game is really easy to figure out and play. You do not need batteries to play this game, just add water (under the blue blanket), turn his head towards the person playing, push his head and get one of the stacking pieces on him before time is up and he spits water at you!" β€”blampe

    Price: $9.99

    24. A Barbie DreamHouse, because every little Barbie lover will swoon. It has three stories, a working elevator, a slide from top to bottom, and a pool, so it's bound to give your little one lots of space for creativity.

    Walmart

    Promising review: "I bought this dollhouse for my 5-year-old daughter for Christmas and her reaction was priceless. She was so excited to finally get " her dreamhouse" she says her favorite things are the elevator, the dreamy slide and the sofa that converts into a bunk bed. " β€”Bella06

    Price: $179

    25. An Apples to Apples set for hearty, wholesome laughs for the whole family. It's like Cards Against Humanity, but cleaner of course.

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    Promising review: "I have played this game at numerous parties and it is so much fun! It's a game where you fill in the blank with the choices that you have in your hand. You'll be cracking up the entire time!" β€”bubbagirl

    Price: $14.44

    26. A two-player Connect 4 game that's as fun to play now as it was when it first came out decades ago. The first person to get four chips in a row, wins!

    Walmart

    Promising review: "I grew up playing this game. I bought this for my kids and it's good to see that it STILL BRINGS SMILES and GOOD TIMES with great entertainment that will be enough for hours and hours." β€”Anthony

    Price: $7.88

    27. A Hot Wheels collector's gift set for little ones who like cars. This set is chock-full of nine colorful cars geared towards kids ages 3 and up.

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    Promising review: "These cars are well-made. My great-grandson is hard on toys and cars. These are great. He is only 2 and I decided to finally buy these. He loves them and they are sturdy enough for him." β€”aurathor

    Price: $9.47

    28. A LEGO suitcase to construct whatever your kiddo can dream up. It comes with 213 small pieces, so be sure to only buy it for little ones ages 4 and up.

    Walmart

    Promising review: "Legos are great for kids to help with focus and coordination. The case helps keep the Legos in one place so they don't get lost! I would recommend." β€”lasershopper

    Price: $15.99

    29. A LEGO train for Harry Potter fans of all ages. The Hogwarts Express comes stocked with figurines, a railway toy bridge with a clock, steps leading to Platform 9ΒΎ, a moving brick wall entrance, a Wanted poster, and Daily Prophet newspapers.

    Walmart

    Promising review: "My 10-year-old son bought this with his own money and he loves it! He is a big Harry Potter fan and this is his first HP Lego set. It has great detail down to cute little newspapers, a wanted sign, a chocolate frog, a furnace with flames, and an adorable Scabbers! " β€”Missy

    Price: $79.97

    30. A play-food dessert set that is perfect for any little kid who likes to host play-tea parties. The pink set comes with 75 pieces and even plays music.

    Walmart

    Promising review: "Excellent toy. It's great for creativity and fun. I have a 4-year-old with down syndrome and 6-year-old with autism. They both LOVE it. It works on cutting skills, applying small pegs to slots, and pretend eating. " β€”Floresita

    Price: $14.98

    31. And an updated Baby Born doll for kids who like to play with dolls. When you put her in water she actually swims!

    Walmart

    Promising review: "I got this for my daughter for her 5th birthday. It is a really fun toy for the bathtub or the pool. The Baby Alive comes with swimming flippers, goggles, two barrettes, and a comb." β€”rrjd

    Price: $16.99

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