Top Holiday Toys For Kids of All Ages (well at least under 16!)

Gift for 2010

Shopping for the perfect toy this holiday? We know the search can be overwhelming so Le Concierge SF did the hard work for you—we narrowed down the selection from the best stores on the Web to bring you our top ten toys for every age group from babies to tweens. Our holiday shopping list is filled with toys that are active, educational, creative, safe and above all, fun!   And if you need help with shopping for everything and just finding you don’t have the time or energy, let us do it for you! 




Gift for 2010Top Toys for Babies (0-11 months old)

Skip Hop Hug and Hide Owl Activity Toy
Soon to be their new best friend, this huggable plush Owl from Skip Hop is full of surprises inside. Teach and touch with over 10 developmental activities including a removable squeaker baby owl inside, teething tabs, a peek-a-boo mirror, and plenty of sounds to stimulate baby’s senses. Perfect for crib-time or portable play on the go. For ages 3 months and up.  


Gift for 2010Top Toys for Toddlers (1-3 years)

Chicco Turbo Touch Speed Truck
Rev up playtime with this interactive Turbo Truck from Chicco. With a roof that converts into a 3 foot track, little ones can stage their own races, complete with a green light at the finish line and cheering and applause sound effects when they win! It also comes with a turbo touch car that speeds away with just a touch on top. Use it as a carrier to store up to 5 vehicles and let the races begin. 


Gift for 2010Top Toys for Pre-schoolers (3-5 years)

This year’s runaway hit, these collectible plush will have kids singing along in no time. Choose from 6 different characters, each one with a unique look and song. Squeeze its tummy for three easy modes of play. Hear them “chatter” when speak their secret language, sing a scale and song, or hold a note to sing along with other Sing-a-Ma-Jigs. Stay tuned for other new characters to be released this holiday, and see them all harmonize together in perfect unison. 


Gift for 2010Top Toys for Grade-schoolers (6-9 years)

Paper Jamz Musical Instruments
Anybody can achieve their dreams of being a rock star with these amazingly lightweight Paper Jamz instruments. Strum along to pop hits, try your hand at the drums, and don’t forget your amp to take your sound to the next level. Each instrument comes with three songs, and four different modes of play. Using simple touch technology, you can play along with your favorite songs and start your own band. It’s great for young music lovers and wannabe rock gods alike.  


Gift for 2010Top Toys for Tweens (10-12 years)

R/C Spy Video Trakr
R/C toys are usually more popular with guys, but this tricked-out spy car is sure to impress any Tween. Watch a live video feed on the remote monitor as the Trakr snakes its away around the house. Equipped with Night Vision and a sound recorder, it really is a spy’s best ally. You can also program a path for it to follow and upload any of the video you take straight to your computer. All the snooping little brothers of the world will rejoice.  


Gift for 2010Top Toys for Teens

Lomography Spinner 360 Camera
Teens love to be creative and retro style cameras have been huge this year. Old fashioned film cameras meets 21st Century tech with this Spinner Camera by Lomography. Simply pull the cord and watch the magic happen when the camera spins around to get a full 360 degree view. And pictures come out 4 times longer than a normal landscape shot. It’s great for making your own poster prints or capturing those road trip memories. The possibilities are endless.


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