1. Marbotic interactive learning system $90

1.	Marbotic interactive learning system

Basically, it’s a very great toy for toddlers because it lets them hold physical objects such as letters and numbers and interact with them using their tablet. It includes 10 wooden numbers and 26 letters. It will help kids learn how to spell, write, count, and do basic math. The kid should grab a letter, put it on top of the tablet, and then it will appear onscreen as well as speak out the corresponding phonetic sound.

  1. XPV Xtreme skateboard $50

XPV Xtreme skateboard

This is an unorthodox remote-controlled vehicle. Not a car. Not a helicopter. But a skateboard. Designed to do crazy stunts, it can go up to a crazy 14 mile per hour speed! That comes in at a 100-foot range.

  1. Barbie DreamHorse $100

Barbie DreamHorse

I don’t think anyone imagined of an advanced Barbie play set. Well here it is! The robotic horse has a seat for one Barbie. It responds to touch and voice control! You can even feed it small plastic carrots, and it will crunch on it! You can experiment with over 20 reactions and sounds.

  1. Jurassic World VR adventure $59

Jurassic World VR adventure

It’s simple. No crazy computers needed except for your phone! That’s right, your phone is now an amazing VR machine. It comes with a controller and with the press of a button you get transported into a dinosaur world inspired by the Jurassic Park movies!

  1. Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit $100

Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit

Ever wanted to build your own droid just like Anakin Skywalker? Using the parts included in this kit, you can become the best mechanic in the galaxy! You should download the Droid inventor app which teacher young ones the basics of electricity and circuit building.

  1. Tiny Arcades $20

Tiny Arcades

The title says it all! They are tiny arcades fitting in the palm of your hand which feature classic games such as Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and Galaxin. Bring old memories back!

  1. Kamigami bug robots $50

Kamigami bug robots

This is a DIY kit which includes all the parts you need to build your favorite bug species such as ladybug, scorpion, or ladybug. This is similar to origami (paper folding), but instead of paper you use parts from flat plastic sheets. If you buy two they can battle and see which species wins and is the king of your garden! On top of that you can learn to code by programming them! They pack a gyroscope, accelerometer, two infrared sensors, infrared transmitter, tri-color LEDs, and a rechargeable battery.

  1. Nintendo Switch $300

Nintendo Switch

It isn’t just for kids! The device is a blend between a home console and mobile. It was unveiled in March and was a huge for one reason: it’s very fun to play with! This includes a tablet with detachable controllers on both sides. When you want to get the TV experience, you can simply detach the controllers, put the tablet in the charging base connected to the TV. The transition is seamless. You can easily “switch” from playing a game on the go to playing it on the go.

  1. Mind Racers $79

Mind Racers

This is no ordinary race track. You place your cars on the tracks which lead through a tunnel under the iPad base. Then the cars magically appear onscreen and your kids will have a blast racing each other. On the digital track, you will find different tokens which grant you special abilities such as upping the speed!

  1. Hatchimals Surprise

Hatchimals Surprise

Two very cute dragons self-hatch from a sparkling egg. The twins interact with each other and even you! They dance, giggle, sing, and say “I love you.” You also can’t leave them apart for a while because they will get upset. They also include LED eyes.