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HVP December 2018

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34 Hudson Valley Parent n December 2018 46 YEARS Dolls. Nicole from Marlboro says, "My daughter loves playing with her babies and Barbies." Doll House. Music instruments. Doctor and Veterinary Sets. Electronic Learning Systems. Stu ed Animals. Arts and Crafts Supplies. Books. Floor Puzzles. Action Figures. Tracy from Carmel says, "My son loves all of his Marvel hero figures. " Train Sets. Ride-Ons. Pretend Play. Sara from Goshen says, "Things without batteries that don't cost a lot are the best. Animal figures, trucks, simple dress up, board games and coloring books are my son's favorites." Hot Wheels. Blocks. Legos. AnnMarie from Poughkeepsie says, "It's all about the Legos for my son. In the car on trips, on the way to school, at the movies, playground or anyplace else. He absolutely loves being creative." F inding the perfect gi isn't easy. Every year, you scour the lists of hot holiday toys that pour in from toy stores but you still aren't sure where to start. Whether you are getting ready for Christmas, Hanukkah, birthdays or other holidays, you want to get something that kids will want to play with for more than a day! We asked our readers to share their inside secrets to find out what their children play with all year long. Use this list of parent-approved toys to help you shop smarter and choose gi s that will be a huge hit! Are you tired of toys that get thrown aside a er the excitement of opening them is over? Check out for more details. Most loved toys of 2018 612 MONTHS Stu ed Animals. Balls. Books. Shape Sorters. Chunky Puzzles. Sophie the Gira e. Stacking Cups. Blocks. Roxanne from Pleasant Valley says, "My daughter loves see through block shakers." Activity Tables. Pretend Play. Musical Toys. Melissa from Poughkeepsie says, "The play mat is my baby's favorite!" 13 YEARS Push Toys. Cars, trucks and train sets. Walk and ride on toys. Jennifer from Poughquag says, "My son loves his Little People ride-on. He rides it every day!" Balls. Books. Balance Bike. Mini Trampoline. Play Kitchen and play food. Little People Sets. Doll Strollers and Houses. Musical instruments. Pretend Play/ Dress up. Stu ed Animals and Dolls. Kristina from Highland says, "My son loves his Elmo and Cookie Monster plush. He brings them everywhere he can sneak them!" Blocks. Play Houses. Zelda, 7 months, Pleasant Valley Finn, 4 months, Poughkeepsie James, 4, Goshen Ball Pits. Sticker Books. Wooden puzzles. Magformers. Flynn, 1.5, Highland

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