New Tech Twists on Classic Toys
(StatePoint) Holiday gift trends are always evolving and this year, whatís old is new again, but now with a modern, tech twist.
Every kid wants to have the coolest gift to show off to their friends at school. So get a head start on holiday gift buying before the most popular toys fly off the shelves. Here are some surefire hot sellers this holiday season:
Traditional ABC blocks have been around since the 1600s, so an upgrade is long overdue. The VTech Alphabet Activity Cube builds on this classic learning toy by adding an electronic learning component thatís super easy to use. The blocks can be stacked on the top of the cube or they can be inserted into the side slot so kids can learn more about each letter. The toy also features five piano keys, a number keypad, and telephone. Itís a great way to make learning the alphabet fun! Learn more at http://vtechkids.com/cube.
†For generations, children have simply loved toy cars and toy dinosaurs. This hasnít changed, as one of the hottest gifts this holiday season is VTechís Switch & Go Dinos, an interactive 2-in-1 play experience that brings together dinosaurs and vehicles. Switch & Go Dinos easily transform between a dinosaur and a vehicle in a few simple steps, coming equipped with an LCD screen for customizable animations. In dinosaur mode, action buttons play interesting facts about each dinosaur, so they can learn while they play.
For more information, visit http://vtechkids.com/dinos.
Classic board games such as Monopoly and Risk have entertained families for decades. Why not introduce these classics to your children this year? New updates to these games are adding to the appeal for kids today. Monopoly Revolution has added sounds and music to accompany your real estate journey, while Risk Halo Wars incorporates armies from the popular video game franchise.
This holiday season, your old favorites are in style once again, with a new flavor. Youíll be sure to see these gifts at the top of many wish lists.
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