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Have you noticed how you think you have everyone covered on the toy list and then a few days before Christmas you realize you’ve forgotten that little boy in your neighborhood?
Thankfully it’s still…
not too late to shop the Kmart Fab 15 toy list!
As with earlier years, Kmart took the advice of parents, kids and toy experts to put together their annual go-to, Fab 15 toy list.
The list features the hottest toys of the season, toys that are affordable and a toy for practically every age group and gender on that shopping list you hold.
Hot favorites for all ages!
Just by looking at the list I see a winner for toddlers and young preschoolers with the Play All Day Elmo. My 22 month old and her friends adore Elmo and knowing this toy speaks 150 phrases makes this an absolute winner.
It would be like Elmo himself, in our living room. My daughter would be ecstatic!
And I love seeing a Sing Along Elsa on that list. Isn’t it neat that Frozen remains a big favorite?
Not leaving out Star Wars fans, Hasbro’s Star Wars Bladebuilders Jedi Master Lightsaber promises not to disappoint with multiple interchangeable components coupled with light and sound effects.
My 5 year old would think the lightsaber is cool but dinosaurs are on top of the list for him. So Imaginext’s 2.5 feet tall Ultra Rex would be an absolute treat to play with especially since he moves, roars and his eyes light up.
The Zoomer kitty would be another favorite in our home considering True Vision Technology powers her to follow a child’s movements around the room and touch sensors cause her to purr when stroked and loved upon.
It’s like having a pet at home minus the clean up and shedding!
All these toys (and everything on the 2015 Kmart Toybook pages) can be purchased in-store or via Kmart.com/toys anytime, with a free pick-up-in-store option, considering shipping to your doorstep may be cutting it a little fine for Christmas morn.
Which Fab 15 toy would your child love to find under your tree?