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These three picks are among a longer list of the best toys for boys for the Christmas holiday season of 2015 and into next year.
If you cannot find what you are looking for when it comes to your unique youngster, perhaps these handpicked playthings will inspire and jog your imagination.
Zoomer Chomplingz Z-Rex Interactive Dinosaur
This is one stellar dinosaur! Small in stature but big in attitude—this tiny Z-Rex is the next generation of robotic awesomeness.
He is equipped with several sensors that allow him to interact and play games with kids.
Chomplingz comes with a small dinosaur bone that he can play fetch with, as well as chomping teeth, a swinging tail, and powerful back legs.
His eyes glow red from the inside, and this awesome dino can learn new habits and phrases from regular interaction.
VTech Go! Go! Smart Wheels Ultimate RC Speedway
Designed by VTech, approved by parents, and built by kiddos. This interactive speedway uses a remote control to power the cars. The track includes 8 pieces and can be built a number of unique, cool ways that use Smart Stops to teach kids about numbers, colors, shapes, and letters. Plus, the tracks are colorful to keep kiddos entertained and engaged.
For youngsters who need a little more sensory stimulation, each of the cars emits real vehicle sounds, like beeps, honks, back-up rumbles, and revs. Kids can also remote control the cars off of the speedway by simply moving the vehicles onto a flat surface.
LeapFrog Epic Kids Tablet
The new Epic is a one of a kind concept that has flourished into this year’s must-have. The latest in tech-savvy awesomeness for kiddos, this tablet is a faster, sleeker gadget that features kid-safe Internet capabilities, enhanced parental controls, and heaps of space for games, books, music, and movies. A few learning games are pre-loaded so kiddos can play immediately.
Of course, this tablet has all of the good stuff of the other LeapFrog tablets, too. Plus, there are cool customizations that let your tablet get to know your youngster, growing in educational value as they grow in age and development.