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    Posted on Dec 13, 2017

    26 Toys From Walmart Kids Are Gonna Go Crazy For This Christmas

    Because we know where Santa's workshop really is.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. An egg filled with the ever-elusive Golden Lynch Hatchimal to let your own little Zoologist raise a new kind of critter from birth.

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    Runs on two AA batteries (included).

    Price: $85.35

    2. A quadcopter you'll love, but Walmart can hardly keep on the shelves (and not just because they prefer to be flying).

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    Includes 0.3 MP video recording, Micro SD card slot, 2.4GHz remote control, a 6-axis gyroscope, and runs on AA batteries (not included).

    Promising Review: "This drone is great fun and great for children. It is easy to put together and I enjoyed it with my son. He was able to learn how to control it really fast and he's only eight-years-old. His dad had fun with it too!" —Rose

    Price: $29.97

    3. A tasty game your family is gonna flip over!

    4. Or BuzzFeed's Social Sabotage (to play when the kids are away), which is sure to make you flip out.

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    Price: $24.97

    PSST!...BuzzFeed makes money when you buy this.

    5. An enchanting Moana starlight canoe that'll teach you and your child how to sail using the (tiny/projected/imaginary) constellations.

    6. A fully functioning littleBits droid your Jedi can make all on their own.

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    Includes six Bits, 20 Droid parts, three sticker sheets, and a free littleBits Droid Inventor app.

    Promising Review: "I bought this product for my 10-year-old niece and she absolutely LOVES it! She is a huge Star Wars fan (Rey is her hero) and opening this up MADE her birthday. We spent days together building it and watching her imagination blossom. The invention portion was such a treat. I'd 100% recommend this!" —Aunt Prudence

    Price: $79

    7. A stuffed Roarin Tyler the Tiger doll your child is gonna love, fur real.

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    Promising Review: "This is such a fun toy! He is so adorable and soft. He's also very interactive. My daughter loved that he will roar back at her. All of our furReal toys have held up well, and I have no doubt this one will as well!" —mle72457215

    Price: $94

    8. A massive Frozen castle that just may be the Christmas gift that melts your little Anna or Elsa lover's heart (be sure to get the whole gang if your kiddo doesn't already have a million Frozen-themed dolls).

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    Promising Review: "My daughter is visually impaired and loves doll houses. This castle is well built and easy for her to play with and see. The colors are vibrant and the rooms are nice sizes. Full-sized dolls can fit in the castle. I highly recommend it." —Care Bear Mama

    Price: $88

    9. A doggo bath time board game we know is sure to be a splash!

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    Promising Review: "The kids had so much fun with this game and laughed so much. It has just the right amount of water and Soggy Doggy shakes so realistically. We play a lot of games and think this is one of the best there is!" —Anne

    Price: $14.88

    10. A Barbie DreamCamper for the child in your home who loves a long road trip with Barb and the girls.

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    Price: $94

    11. A crazy train ball pit that's gonna make you resent your kids when you give them this and they give you used popsicle sticks in the shape of a snowflake.

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    Price: $24

    12. A massive Teddy bear that'll look fantastic by the Christmas tree it'll probably be bigger than.

    13. A robot unicorn, because one of your kids wants a robot and the other one wants a pony and you may have just found the perfect compromise.

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    Runs on four AA Alkaline batteries (not included).

    Price: $62.82+ Colors: two

    14. An interactive baby doll famous for wetting itself, to give your child as payback for all the diapers you changed when they were babies (problem is, they are gonna love this thing and totally not get the irony).

    15. A Lightning McQueen Ride-On, so your mini-racer can rev their engine and be all "Ka-Chow!" while racing around the cul-de-sac.

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    Price: $119

    16. A build-it-yourself parachute action-figure that'll have your kid's imagination soaring to new heights.

    17. A plush bagel named Billy your tiny foodie is gonna love.

    18. An imaginative lawn mower kiddos can fill up with gas and roll around the grass.

    19. A quirky Quarter horse — it'll spring into action the minute your child wants a ride.

    20. A silly question game so family game nights are no longer lame nights.

    21. A Kuu Kuu Harajuku concert kit sure to be the perfect performance space for your live-in rockstar.

    22. A 41-piece kitchen that'll give Gordon Ramsay a run for his money.

    23. A classic slinky dog for children who always knew Toy Story was real life.

    24. A Saturn V Lego set to give every family's space cadet.

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    Promising Review: "If you like LEGO and are a fan of the Apollo program, you will love this set. It is probably one of the best designed LEGO sets ever made. Not only for its aesthetics, but also for its solid construction. Once built, you have to really look at it to even tell that it is made from LEGO pieces." —TWood

    Price: $119.99

    25. A rolling snail wheel that'll make your kids have a ball.

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    Runs on AAA batteries (not included).

    Price: $14.99

    26. And a toy chest for when your kids are too tired to clean up all their new toys properly.

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    Price: $60

    Do your holiday shopping with BuzzFeed. Check out all of our gift guides here!

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    Reviews in this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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