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    31 Toys From Walmart Both You And Your Kiddo Will Probably Love

    In fact, you may want to keep them all for yourself.

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    1. A set of Baby Yoda figures that'll melt your heart into a puddle on the floor. Buy, you will!

    Walmart

    Price: $15.99 (preorder)

    2. A Lego glamping kit you can vicariously live through. From relaxing in the hot tub to telling ghost stories over a campfire, I'm sold!

    Walmart

    Promising review: "Great price and fast shipping on a neat Lego Friends Kit." —Joe

    Price: $29.95

    3. A mancala board game that you may just have to borrow. The classic game is as simple as it is timeless. (Is anyone else craving M&M's now?)

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    Promising review: "It's my daughter's favorite game. After learning it at a school function, we bought this game online and love it. The board is sturdy and well-made. The rocks are pretty." —MrsCarter78

    Price: $9.97

    4. A wooden easel for the mini artist in the family. There's a magnetic chalkboard on one side, a magnetic white board on the other, a roll of paper, and more!

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    Promising review: "This was the perfect gift choice for my kiddies! Been looking for the perfect gift to get them for Christmas, as they are very artistic and love the arts. I am very familiar with the Teamson brand, and they have amazing-quality products. Highly recommended!" —Janita

    Price: $39.99

    5. A modern play kitchen that'll probably look nicer than yours. From the subway tile backsplash to the brass hardware, this is #HouseGoals.

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    Promising review: "Very cute. Great for small spaces and easy to put together." —Danielle

    Price: $99.98

    6. A cleaning playset so kids can learn to dust, mop, and sweep. A game changer!

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    Promising review: "My son absolutely loves this. He's always asking to clean the floor, and now he can." —Michelle

    Pricing: $28.76

    7. A Tamagotchi that'll be just like you had as a kid — feed it, clean up after it, take care of it, and discipline it. The difference? This one comes in a pretty mermaid shell.

    Walmart

    Price: $22.27

    8. A play pizza to practice counting, sorting, and cooking a delicious pie!

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    Promising review: "These are the best ones I have bought my grandchildren for pretend play. I love seeing them use their imagination, and all of the food I have bought from Melissa & Doug is of high quality." —Robin

    Price: $15.33

    9. A pink tent that'll make a great stage for fairy-tale productions. (Kids can even draw the curtains!) It's reminiscent of Disneyland's Royal Theatre at Fantasyland.

    Walmart

    Price: $27.72

    10. A friendship bracelet kit because it was one of the best activities as a '90s child. The more colors and beads, the better!

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    Promising review: "I have wasted a lot of the string because I am a newbie, BUT the fact that the pattern wheels and square are reusable, as well as the threading needles, is a big plus. I am getting better and plan on buying more thread." —Melanie

    Price: $22.99

    11. An outdoor playhouse so kids can have fun adventures in the backyard. Look at those window boxes!

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    Promising review: "The unit was easy to assemble and the kids love it. Quality seems very good as well." —Floridaseminole

    Price: $149.99

    12. A Lego Hogwarts Express you'll want to help build. Just watch out for the Dementor. Expecto patronum!

    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 the adorable Scabbers (Ron's pet rat)! I love the clock!" —Missy

    Price: $63.99

    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.)

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    Promising review: "I give this hoverboard five stars. My 8-year-old daughter jumped right on it, and within a few minutes, she was riding it with no issues. It's very easy to control." —Paul

    Price: $178 (available in five colors)

    14. A wooden train set kids will think looks good enough to eat. All aboard the Sweetland Express!

    Walmart

    Price: $15.79

    15. A children's telescope so they can reach for the stars. And it comes off the adjustable base for adventures on the go!

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    Promising review: "This works perfectly for small children." —AuntieB1

    Price: $11.77

    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.

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    Promising review: "I bought this for my 6-year-old granddaughter, and she has loved it from the start. It requires a little bit of assembly, and then off to the races. It is easy to drive, has good power, and is easy to recharge. So far I can't find anything wrong with it!" —WalterP

    Price: $119 (available in four colors)

    17. A hydroponics kit for your kiddo to grow their own beautiful plants — without the mess of soil. Just add water!

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    Promising review: "I can't say enough about this amazing hydroponics kit. We had so much fun watching our marigold grow. We were able to take measurements every day and journal our findings in the book. This is such a great project for the whole family!" —Mom of 4

    Price: $20.15

    18. A Katherine Johnson Barbie to pay tribute to the incredible hero who calculated the trajectory of NASA's first manned trip into space.

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    Promising review: "Amazing for children that want to play make-believe. This doll will inspire your daughter in the future. Trust me. This will help them have confidence and teach them. At an early age, it will teach them about working and having a career that you LOVE. My niece LOVED this and the rest of her Career Dolls." —Frenchbeaute

    Price: $56.95

    19. A play tool bench so kids can learn the value of making and fixing things — and some math along the way!

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    Promising review: "Purchased this tool bench last Christmas for our then–2-year-old son. He will be 3 in a week, and he is still as excited about his tool bench as he was on Christmas morning. It has durable plastic and realistic tools that he can really screw into the tool bench." —Jenn3985

    Price: $17.99

    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.)

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    Promising review: "My 2 1/2-year-old granddaughter loves this. She's had it for eight months and plays with it daily." —Dawakayogi

    Price: $9.48

    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!

    Walmart

    Price: $12.97

    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.

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    Promising review: "My little one hated tummy time until we purchased this. It's a must-have for any momma struggling to get tummy time in!" —Momof3

    Price: $24.96

    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.

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    Promising review: "Our 6-year-old granddaughter is in love with this item. She is always in the kitchen helping me cook, and we thought this would make her feel a little more 'grown up' to have her own little oven, and she absolutely loves it. So glad we purchased it for her." —Mom2alot

    Price: $39.97

    24. A playset to ease your child into helping with the laundry. You can use the moving nobs to teach them about each cycle.

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    Promising review: "I bought this for my preschool classroom during our clothing theme. The children love playing with it." —Mrs. H.

    Price: $59.99

    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~.

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    Promising review: "My 5-year-old asked for it and played with it for hours. Great classic toy!" —Acie

    Price: $6.88

    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.

    Walmart

    Promising review: "My daughter loves snuggling with her pillow pet!!!" —Amy0820

    Price: $23.99

    27. A microscope to guide kids through each slide, introducing them to animals, plants, and household items.

    Walmart

    Promising review: "This is a fun product! My 4-year-old is totally engaged. She did need help getting the slides in at first, but now she can do it independently. Each slide has three related pictures, and with a push of the button, wildlife conservationist Bindi Irwin will give a fact about each picture. There is also a button where she will give a quiz." —Katie S.

    Price: $36.46

    28. A rainbow piggy bank that'll teach them the value of hard work, savings, and patience.

    Walmart

    Price: $20

    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.

    Walmart

    Promising review: "It was very simple to put together. It took about one hour. Kids love the light bar and the dinosaur sound. Love that it has a lockout speed so they can get used to it and then it can be removed when they are comfortable. I would definitely recommend this, and it's worth the price." —Danielleyeater

    Price: $189

    30. A four-pack of glow-in-the-dark puzzles with Lisa Frank vibes. These colorful 100-piece games are sure to keep kids entertained!

    Walmart

    Price: $10.34

    31. A set of wooden Sesame Street blocks so you can introduce your favorite characters to your favorite person.

    Walmart

    Price: $19.99

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