Most Popular Toys 2010 – Hottest Christmas Gifts for Kids

Find the top toys for Christmas – Here are the most Popular Christmas Toys 2010

stinky the garbage truck toyIt is upon us, the time of year when advertisers tell our kids what they want for Christmas. Yes, the most popular toys – 2010, With marketing aimed at kids, they watch their favorite shows and see shiny objects flashed before their eyes. The clear winners are below, whom top retailers feel will win the hearts of children and parents alike, who have to be willing to depart with their hard earned income.

The popular toys 2010 list below includes the top Christmas gifts for kids for this year, the hottest will sell out and be gone before Christmas gets here.

Video cameras in helicopters and dolls, plush hamsters that move, and board games that are out of the ordinary rule for 2010. The most popular kids toys for this year are interactive, move, and require batteries ~ so be prepared. So, here are some of the hottest toy gifts for Christmas season 2010 for boys and girls.

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Walmart Hottest Christmas Toys 2010

To see everything at once on the Walmart Site Visit Walmart Top Toys 2010 Here

To See Individual Toys at Walmart, Click Below (prices may change);

•  Zhu Zhu Pet or Kung Zhu Hamsters ($8; Was $9)paper jamz guitar style 2
• U-Build Monopoly ($15;  Was $18)
• Baby Alive Baby All Gone ($19; Was $24.88)
• Paper Jamz Guitar ($19.87; Was $23.87)
• Play-Doh Mega Fun Factory ($25; Was $29.96)
• Loopz Game ($25; Was $29.98)
• LEGO Games Creationary ($29; Was $34.97)
• Toy Story 3 Talking Woody, Jessie or Blast Off Buzz Lightyear Dolls ($29 each; Was $34.97)
• Holiday Barbie Doll ($35; Was $39.98)
• Hide-and-Seek JoJo Interactive Bunny ($39.96; Was $44.88)
• Nerf N-Strike Stampede ($44; $49.97)
• FurReal Friends GoGo My Walkin’ Pup ($49; Was $54)
• Matchbox Stinky the Garbage Truck ($49; Was $54.97)
• Air Hogs Hawk Eye Radio Control Camera Helicopter ($49; Was $59.97)
• Spy Net Video Watch ($49.97)
• Barbie Video Girl Doll ($49.98)
• VTech V.Reader Animated E-Book System ($54; $59.96)
• Leapster Explorer Learning Experience ($59; Was $69.97)
• BigFoot The Monster ($88; Was $97)

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Most Popular – Amazon Top Christmas Toy List 2010

Here is a list of the most popular toy gifts for 2010 as reported by Amazon. You can go directly to their Top Toys of 2010 Page Here and sort by age or gender. Overall, here is the Amazon list of the best kids gifts this Christmas.

Prices Subject to Change;

bigfoot the monster toy popular toy 20101. Fisher-Price Imaginext BIGFOOT the Monster $84.99 (Frustration-Free Packaging)
2. Scrabble Flash Cubes $20.00
3. Barbie Video Girl Doll $44.99
4. FurReal GoGo My Walkin’ Pup $44.88
5. Hasbro Family Game Night 3 (For Wii) $37.99
6. Fisher-Price Sing-A-Ma-Jigs $18.99
7. Hyper Dash Extreme $14.99
8. LeapFrog Leapster Explorer Learning Game System $52.66
9. Fisher-Price iXL 6-in-1 Learning System $67.91
10. Razor Rip-Rider 360 Drifting Ride-On $79.99
11. Beyblade Metal Fusion Super Vortex Battle Set $19.00
12. Tonka Interactive Rumblin Chuck $27.99
13. Celestron 21024 FirstScope Telescope $34.99
14. Harry Potter: A Pop-Up Book: Based on the Film Phenomenon $23.07 Nintendo dsi xl popular christmas toy 2010
15. Radio Flyer Tailspin Trike, Red $89.99
16. Toy Story 3 (Four-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo + Digital Copy) $24.99
17. Zoobles ZBL Zoobles Gift Pack (Version 2) $24.99
18. Loopz Game $25.99
19. LEGO Hogwarts $29.46
20. Kidz Bop 18 $10.99
21. Skip Hop Treetop Friends Hug and Hide Owl Activity Toy $16.88
22. PlayStation Move Starter Bundle $99.99
23. Huffy Green Machine $99.99
24. Starcaster by Fender Mini Strat Electric Guitar Starter Pack, Black $129.99
25. Nintendo DSi XL Red Bundle with Mario Kart $179.99

As parents, we want to buy the toys that they will actually like, play with, and will allow us to get our monies worth. Of couse, that excitement on Christmas morning when they get just what they want isn’t too bad either!

Who better to know what kids want for the holidays than the major retailers who invest money into researching this data. The 2 lists are directly provided from Walmart and Amazon. You may click any of the links above to find out more.

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