Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Three of the Best Toys for Girls This Year

Truth be told—it can be a challenge to choose what might be the best girls' toys, especially when little ladies are so diverse in their personalities, interests, and hobbies. However, there is a general consensus of top reviews from kids and parents to consider, and those reviews change annually.

This year, there are dozens of awesome new toys for girls, but there are three that stand out for being the best of the best.

These three among the best toys for girls are creative, innovative, and imaginative, encouraging and inspiring little girls to be who they want to be and pursue what they love.


Girl Scouts Deluxe Cookie Oven

(For ages 8 and up)

This new cookie oven is the bee’s knees because it gives cooking-loving families the chance to have their favorites all year long. Constructed with Girl Scout cookies in mind, this oven has the pre-packaged recipe for Thin Mints, but there are other packaged cookie mixes that kids can use (sold separately). There are also special recipe booklets that youngsters can peruse to get ideas for their next baking project.

While this oven is kid-safe as it can be, it is still a sort of oven that can get a bit heated on the exterior and interior. For this reason, supervision is required and younger kiddos (under 8) should steer clear.


NERF Rebelle Secrets & Spies Arrow Revolution Bow Blaster

(For ages 8 and up)

NERF wars have been raging for decades and the Rebelle collection is the newest in a long line of weapon must-haves for summertime backyard battlers.

The colors are eye-catching, but not so much that little ladies will be caught unaware when they have to hide from other combative NERFers.

The quick-load action means little reload time and the arrows are fast-firing for up to 90-feet, depending on wind speeds.


LeapFrog Epic Tablet for Kids

(For ages 3-9 years)

The newest in tech-savviness for youngsters from 2 to 9—this annual LeapFrog release is a better, brighter tablet that can be customized to grow as your kiddo does. This means that the tablet learns the developmental and learning abilities of your little lady, then solidifies special settings that reprogram automatically as kids advance.

There are some awesome advanced features, true, but there are a few tried-and-true features that LeapFrog lovers have come to expect. The screen is sleek and bright and the Internet capabilities are kid-safe with enhanced parental controls. Plus, there is plenty of space for thousands of movies, books, music, and games.


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