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1.A Hackin' Packin' Alpaca kids game geared towards 5-year-olds and up. You fill it with water so that when its back is overloaded with cargo, it spits. In other words, it's super silly.
2.A colorful, fairytale-inspired board game for little ones who love candy and to use their imagination. It's designed for ages 3 and up but remains a fun option for adults too (take it from someone who will forever love this game).
3.A hand-held ping-pong table that'll let your kid volley with themself. Given the small ball, it's best reserved for kids 8 and up.
4.A retro Scrabble board for kids who like vintage-looking games and toys. It looks straight out of 1949 — but it's bound to create loads of modern fun for your kiddo.
5.A Monopoly board game designed with The Lion King in mind. Instead of the classic game pieces and properties, you'll find the movie's main characters and scenes.
6.A 20-pack of Play-Doh so your kids will think you're the absolute coolest. The squishy dough might be messy, but it's undoubtedly fun and offers lots of room for creativity.
7.A Jenga set for simple, old-school fun. This stacking game is full of anticipation and guarantees delight (and likely squeals) from kids playing it.
8.An Apples to Apples set that's essentially Cards Against Humanity but cleaner (read: more kid-friendly). The game can be played with four to eight players and is bound to create loads of laughs.
9.A kinetic sand set with the potential to get messy but will truly a blast to play with. Even as an adult you'll love the ASMR-quality of this toy.
10.A Connect 4 game for two players. Whoever gets four chips in a row first, wins!
11.A guessing game made for two players, in which each player will to guess the other's mystery character. Guess Who? includes two game boards, 48 face cards, 24 mystery cards, two scorekeepers, and instructions.
12.A Spider-Man set that'll help your kid harness their Marvel superpowers. It comes with a Spider-Man glove and silly string that fits into a contraption that shoots it like a web sling.
13.A card game for 2 to 10 players. UNO is all about matching colors and numbers to whittle down to one card and win the game.
15.A board game that'll keep you and your little one on their tippy-toes. The goal is to remove the objects from within Cavity Sam's body without touching the sides. And, if you do touch the sides, trust me, you'll know it.
17.A Razor Scooter that was as cool in the late 90s and early 00s as it is today. Best of all, since it's not some newfangled toy, you'll be able to easily school your kid on how to ride and do tricks with this retro find.
18.A Trouble board game for two to four players to enjoy. Easily the most entertaining part of this game is the pop-o-matic dice roller, so beware that your kid will likely pop it over and over and over again (Hi, sorry Mom).
19.Or a Sorry board game that is designed for ages 6 and up. The goal is to get all of your pawns from start to home, all without getting knocked off the board by other players.
20.A PAW Patrol jet for little ones who love the Nick Jr. show. The 2-in-1 design lets you switch from a deluxe jet into PAW Patrol mobile command headquarters, making it a great toy for kids with imagination.
21.A classic board game that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Chutes and Ladders is greats for kids 3 and up. Whoever reaches the 100 square first, wins!
22.A window art set for kiddos that love to be creative. It comes with a series of colorful jelly tubes to great peel-and-stick window designs. (FYI: This pastime was a personal fave during my own childhood).
23.A Star Wars lightsaber so the force can be with them. This light-up saber features an extendable blade so your little one (or you) can fight like a Jedi.
24.A Jurassic World velociraptor that won't leave your little one's hand. My 5-year-old nephew is solidly obsessed with this realistic-looking dino.
25.A Little Tikes Gas N Go Mower to help your toddler stand up while they start to walk. After introducing the classic toy to your little one, they'll want to push it for years on end.
26.A Barbie DreamCamper my sister and I would've swooned over as kids. The expandable automobile turns into a full campsite that spans 2 feet in length.
27.A LEGO suitcase to build whatever your little one's heart desires. It comes with 213 small pieces, so it's best reserved for kiddos ages 4 and up.
28.A Barbie DreamHouse that'll keep your kids entertained for hours on end. With three stories, a working elevator, a slide from top to bottom, and a pool, it's nothing short of a dream.
29.A Fisher-Price food truck for kids that dream of being a chef one day. This adorable truck comes with more than 20 removable pieces, including a menu board, drinks, burgers, and more.
30.A Pound Puppy newborn I would've begged my mom for when I was little. These precious pups are easy to take care of and will make your kiddo want to hug them endless hours.
31.A LEGO train for Harry Potter fans everywhere. The Hogwarts Express comes with figurines, a railway toy bridge with a clock, steps leading to Platform 9¾, a moving brick wall entrance, a Wanted poster, and Daily Prophet newspapers.
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