NEW YORK, Oct 23 — With Amazon, Walmart, Target, and Hamleys all predicting that nostalgic toys from our own childhoods are once again set to be some of the hottest toys of the year, here we round up what both children and adults will want to play with this Christmas.
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Age 8 years plus.
Polly PocketTM Go Tiny!TM Room Playset
Kids can explore the PollyTM doll room with their tiny friend, finding hidden secrets and surprises, such as a concert stage in the desk and a car in the bed. Kids can also go on new adventures with PollyTM on her skateboard, tiny SUV (Secret Utility Vehicle) TM or quadcopter.
Age 4 years plus.
Parents who loved Star Wars the first time round will love helping kids build the Lego Star Wars Kessel Run Millennium FalconTM over the holidays. The 847-piece kit will bring hours of fun and allow you to re-enact scenes from the latest film, “Solo: A Star Wars Story.”
The set includes six minifigures of Han Solo, Chewbacca, Qi’ra, Lando Calrissian, Quay Tolsite and a Kessel Operations Droid, plus a DD-BD droid as well as opening hull plates for easy access to the interior.
Ages 9 to 14.
Projects such as a tote bag and headband are included in the kit: All kids need to do is wet and place their fabric around the barrel of the Tidy Dye Station, then wrap the string from the station around the fabric.
The dye is already contained in the string, so it will transfer to fabric with no mess, giving a unique design each time.
Age 6 years plus.
Connect 4 Shots Game
The classic Connect 4 has been updated for a younger generations with the Connect 4 Shots Game. In the new fast-paced, rapid-fire version, players will need to bounce the lightweight balls into the grid at the same time, racing against each other to get four in a row of their color to win.
Age 8 years plus.
US$19.99 — AFP-Relaxnews