Top 15 Holiday Toys of 2012
Doc McStuffins is an animated television series on Disney Channel and Disney Junior. It's about a six-year-old girl, Dottie "Doc" McStuffins, who can "fix" toys, with a little help from her stuffed animal friends. Every time the show ends, Doc gives advice to viewers about staying healthy.
This dolled-up version of Doc comes with a "co-pay" of $39.99. Kids can sing along to the "check up" song and converse with Doc, who can can bring her stuffed friend Lambie (included in the price) to life with the touch of her stethoscope.
Gelarti Designer Studio (Moose Toys)
This is the perfect gift for a child who loves all things crafty -- and enjoys turning walls and windows into instant works of art. Using paint pens and other tools included in the kit, the little one can design and accessorize a bunch of peel-off stickers.
Have no fear if you're the parent and you're not too keen on the "wallpaper" look in your bedroom. These stickers are easy to remove and reuse. So if you see a bunch of them stuck on the dining chair or the coffee table, just remove and stick again to your child's notebook or lunch box!
For $24.99, you get more than 30 stickers, paint pens, 3D accessories, glitter paints and an activity book.
Jake and the Never Land Pirates - Musical Pirate Ship Bucky (Fisher-Price)
Sailing out of the hit Disney Jr. animated television series, this vessel based on Bucky the Boat is ready to take junior swashbucklers on a Neverland adventure.
Rocking and rolling when pushed along any surface, Bucky can bring Jake, along with his parrot Skully, to their next battle with Captain Hook. Kids can really live a pirate's life through multiple pirate-themed phrases and songs, while firing fire "water" out of the ship's cannon or staging a surprise attack from Tick Tock Crock.
For $44.99, Bucky comes with Jake and Skully figures and three water-ball projectiles.
Lalaloopsy Silly Hair Stars Harmony B. Sharp (MGA Entertainment)
The Lalaloopsy were once rag dolls that magically came to life when their very last stitch was sewn. This Lalaloopsy 12-inch Silly Hair Star doll is the first in the line to talk, sing and have "dancing" hair.