It is that time of the year. You get around trying to read young minds and ask harmless questions that will reveal the best toys of Christmas 2010 while still keeping the surprise. Hey, why worry about that when this article walks you through everything you need to know?
Hot toys for Christmas 2010 is the largest number of children. But…and that’s a big but…just this article takes the trouble to pick 5 great things and put them on a plate for you. So here it goes…
Let me start with The Elf on the Shelf. It’s a Christmas tradition with a blue-eyed North Pole Pixie-elf the whole family can enjoy. This timeless classic is touted as the best thing since The Night Before Christmas. The gift set includes fair skin, arctic blue eyes, a hardback children’s book, and a keepsake box. Kids can register their elf online and get a special response from Santa. You can create memories that will last a lifetime, thus it really is the perfect gift for everyone on your Christmas list. What’s more, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas Game” is an excellent accessory to match.
For the more adventurous kids, the “Spy Net: Secret Mission Video Watch” is the perfect gift. It wasn’t voted Best Great Christmas Toy 2010 for nothing… This smart wrist attachment can record and play back video, audio, and photos… Covertly record up to 20 minutes of video, over 4 hours of audio and up to 2,000 photos!
Lego Creationary is for the serious-minded kid. Kids love rolling Lego dice to choose from four building categories. Set includes 1 Lego minifigure and 1 Lego microfigure, plus 96 cards and 341 pieces. It’s a great past time for 3 to 8 players and keeps them engaged for nearly an hour.
Another masterpiece from Lego is the “Ultimate Building Set”, consisting of 405 pieces. This new dock features an awesome assortment of bricks and elements including a building plate, minifigure, windows, doors and wheels. Building instructions for 5 models come with the kit and photo inspiration for the other 25 models. The new container allows for easy cleaning and efficient storage. And a transparent lid that lets builders display their models! The right age is when a toddler has graduated from Duplos and needs something to occupy himself with until age 12!
I would fail my recommendations without mentioning the Syma 3 Channel S107 Small Indoor Coaxial Remote Controlled Helicopter with Built-in Gyroscope. This is my favorite among the top hot toys for Christmas 2010 because it’s good for kids up to the age of 70!