Harry Potter has captivated an entire generation of readers, and the budding popularity of the new LEGO sets featuring this character, his school, and all of his friends is only going to help introduce more kids to the phenomenal series of books. Most of the sets have already been hailed as one of the hot toys for 2010, and with so much to choose from, titles like that one are no surprise. From the Hogwarts Castle to Hagrid’s Hut to the Quiddich Field, any little fan is likely to find hours of enjoyment out of building and playing with the many possible creations thanks to these sets.
eReader systems have topped the conversation for hundreds of adults, and they may show up as one of the hot toys for Christmas 2010 too. While you’re unlikely to hand your child a Kindle or Nook, though, you might hand them this unique new choice from vTech. It not only has touch screen capabilities, but narrators, different character voices, and a variety of great illustrations. It also has interactive features to help with reading comprehension levels. Because you can download new content onto this choice, it’s a far better selection than many of yesterday’s book and cartridge sets.
Lego has long been about building options for kids, and while there are several of those coming to this year’s market, there are also a number of other choices from this top company that might delight your kids. Among the best toys this year are their line of board games which includes more than ten choices, many of them tied to some of the best movie franchises in the country including Toy Story, Star Wars, and Harry Potter. Coming in at fairly affordable prices, most parents are big fans of these choices because they have the ability to enhance logistical skill building like few video games do these days as well as multi-player action that will be great when your child has friends over to play.