Walmart Top 25 Toys for Christmas Countdown

Find all the top toys for Christmas 2018 at Walmart.ca!

Walmart’s Top 25 Toys makes it easy to choose the best children’s toys for Christmas. New toys for kids of all ages are revealed every day leading into December, so be sure to check back often!

Walmart’s Top 25 Toys provides a description and features for every toy. You can also find information on Specifications, Learning Benefits, Ratings, and Reviews at our Toy Academy on Walmart.ca.

Looking for one-stop shopping for all the Christmas toys on your wish-list this season? We’ve got you covered!

Top Toy #1:
Pomsies Loveable Wearable Pet Sherbert

Pomsies Loveable Wearable Pet SherbertLearning Benefits
Playing with interactive electronic pets can help develop your child’s social-emotional skills, cognitive skills, and teach them a little about proper hygiene. Through interactive play with their electronic Pomsies pet, children learn about the concept of mood. A mood is a general feeling that can either be positive or negative in nature. As a child plays with their loveable, wearable, virtual Pomsies pet Sherbert, they soon learn that their actions lead to reactions. Up to 50 reactions can be discovered! Each Pomsies pet comes with its own brush to keep their fur soft and looking nice. Brushing their pom pom pet’s fur can help your child develop hand-eye coordination. By taking proper care of their Pomsies pet, children can learn that it’s important to take care of themselves and pay attention to how others are feeling.

Interactive electronic pets can help your child develop:

  • Social-emotional skills
  • Cognitive skills

Top Toy #2:
Untamed T-Rex by Fingerlings—Ironjaw

Dinosaure-Fingerlings-interactif-à-collectionner-par-WowWeeLearning Benefits
One of the benefits of interactive toys is that playing with them can help develop your child’s social skills. Human beings are social by nature. Children need to develop social skills in order to effectively communicate and interact with others. People use verbal and non-verbal cues such as gesture and body language to make others aware of how we are feeling. Using these verbal and non-verbal cues allow us to communicate thoughts and feelings with others. Untamed T-Rex by Fingerlings reacts to touch, motion, and sound—with over 40 different sounds and animations! By playing with their Untamed T-Rex in either untamed mode or tame mode, your child can learn various forms of communication that are based on the interactions of their electronic pet. If the Fingerling roars, hisses, or chomps, your child can learn that their interactive electronic pet is not feeling happy and doesn’t want to be near them. If the Fingerling nuzzles or purrs, your child can learn that the interactive electronic pet is feeling happy and wants to be near them. Helping to develop a child’s social skills is just one of the benefits of interactive toys.

Some Benefits of Interactive Toys:

  • Can help a child recognize verbal and non-verbal cues
  • Can help a child learn to communicate thoughts and feelings
Top Toy #3:

Grumblies Hydro

Grumblies HydroLearning Benefits
Playing with new talking toys introduces your child to the fact that technology can bring their electronic pets to life. It can also teach them a little about the concept of personality. Through interactive play with their electronic pet Grumblies, children learn about what might trigger negative behaviours.  As your child plays with their short-tempered and mischievous Grumblies Hydro, they may soon learn that their negative actions lead to negative reactions. Up to 40 reactions and sounds can be discovered! Each of the Grumblies has unique sounds and personality. Push them too far, they RUMBLE & JUMP AROUND.

New Talking Toys Can Help Your Child to Develop an Understanding:

  • that technology can bring their electronic pets to life
  • of the concept of personality
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Senior Editor, Lifestyle and Parenting at Walmart.ca--Born and raised in Montreal, Anita relocated to Toronto to pursue a career in publishing. She is currently living her slice of life in a Toronto suburb with her husband, three children, and their lovable dog Walter. In her free time, she enjoys experimenting with recipes, refurbishing furniture, and spending as much time as possible with her family. Anita is a mindful mama. She believes that a daily dose of mindfulness towards self and others leads to a richer, more fulfilled life. She is the author of two award-winning children's picture books on mindfulness and was chair of Parent Council at her children's school for a decade.