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13.A pink hoverboard so your kids can go back to the future like Marty McFly. There's even an app to adjust the speed, control the music (from Bluetooth speakers), and customize the lights. The future is now! (Don't forget a helmet and knee/elbow pads.)
14.A wooden train set kids will think looks good enough to eat. All aboard the Sweetland Express!
15.A children's telescope so they can reach for the stars. And it comes off the adjustable base for adventures on the go!
16.A sporty Audi play car any child will love, thanks to all its bells and whistles: headlights, working doors, horn and engine sounds, and an FM radio.
17.A hydroponics kit for your kiddo to grow their own beautiful plants — without the mess of soil. Just add water!
18.A Katherine Johnson Barbie to pay tribute to the incredible hero who calculated the trajectory of NASA's first manned trip into space.
19.A play tool bench so kids can learn the value of making and fixing things — and some math along the way!
20.A Magna Doodle your kiddo will love just as much as you did. There's a reason it's still popular! (Bonus: It features the adorable Peppa Pig family.)
21.A dinosaur fossil excavation kit for your little paleontologist. First they'll chisel away at the plaster to reveal bones, then assemble replica T. rex and velociraptor skeletons. They'll have a roaring good time!
22.A plush tummy-time llama that'll support your baby as they grow. Each day will be a new adventure, discovering sights, sounds, and textures with the cute toys.
23.An Easy-Bake Oven so you two can pretend you're on The Great British Baking Show. Mix, bake, and create some sweet and savory treats that are worthy of Mary Berry.
24.A playset to ease your child into helping with the laundry. You can use the moving nobs to teach them about each cycle.
25.A Mr. Potato Head so children can practice fine-motor skills in a creative way — mixing and matching the 11 accessories. It will be your kiddo's little ~sp-uddy~.
26.A Mickey plush pillow that'll feel like it's a two-for-the-price-of-one deal. Oh boy! He's a cuddly toy and a comfy headrest.
27.A microscope to guide kids through each slide, introducing them to animals, plants, and household items.
29.A two-seater Jeep Wrangler play car so your little one can reenact scenes from Jurassic World. With dinosaur roars, driving sounds, and working lights, I would 100% get one for myself if I could only fit inside.