Toy Gift Ideas from the Top 10 FamilyFun T.O.Y. Award Winners for 2014

Toy Gift Ideas from the Top 10 FamilyFun T.O.Y. Award Winners for 2014

Looking for some great toy gift ideas for kids to help flesh out that wish list? FamilyFun Magazine is one of my favorite resources for getting ideas. They recently released their T.O.Y Award Winners for 2014. I’ll let you in on a secret, I see quite a few on the list that I’d love to play with! Hey, isn’t that part of the fun of having kids? Check out the results of their tireless testing and get a few new toy gift ideas for your own kids.

Toy Gift Ideas from the Top 10 FamilyFun T.O.Y. Award Winners for 2014

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Toy Gift Ideas from the Top 10 FamilyFun T.O.Y. Award Winners for 2014

Crayola Virtual Design Pro – Hand-drawn artwork goes high-tech in two fully loaded activity sets. The two collections, Fashion and Car, allow kids to stretch their creativity skills and bring their designs to life in a virtual world. Kids use the free app to scan their creations into a tablet or smartphone, then customize each model or car’s look before sending them down the runway or racetrack. Crayola; $29.99 each set; Ages 6 and up; iOS and Android

Toy Gift Ideas from the Top 10 FamilyFun T.O.Y. Award Winners for 2014

Hot Wheels RC Street Hawk – Two words say it all: flying car. This remote-controlled dragster kisses land good-bye and soars up to 200 feet in the air. Light yet resilient, it goes from doughnuts on the driveway to aerial loops and back again. Mattel; $59.99; Ages 8 and up

Toy Gift Ideas from the Top 10 FamilyFun T.O.Y. Award Winners for 2014

DigiBirds – These three interactive birds with cheerful songs are a pick worth tweeting about. Controlled by a whistle ring that doubles as a perch, the chirpers come programmed with 20 melodies and can be set to sing solo or as a choir. Spin Master; $29.99; Ages 5 and up

Toy Gift Ideas from the Top 10 FamilyFun T.O.Y. Award Winners for 2014

Gyrobot – Put a spin on the science of gyroscopes by constructing this kit’s seven cool motorized models. Tester favorite: a robot who rolls across a tightrope. Thames & Kosmos; $49.95; Ages 8 and up

Toy Gift Ideas from the Top 10 FamilyFun T.O.Y. Award Winners for 2014

Paper Style: Hairdos – This quirky craft book introduces 15 characters, including a mermaid, clown, vampire, and pirate, all in need of a haircut. Each comes with a paper sheet of hair that kids can cut, curl, braid, and crimp into mod makeovers. Chronicle Books; $16.99; Ages 8 and up

Toy Gift Ideas from the Top 10 FamilyFun T.O.Y. Award Winners for 2014 Max Tow Truck

Max Tow Truck – When monster-wheeled bad boy Max exclaims, “Load me up!” he’s not kidding. Equipped with a powerful electric motor and sturdy plastic chain, Max hauls up to 200 pounds. Jakks Pacific; $59.99; Ages 6 and up

Toy Gift Ideas from the Top 10 FamilyFun T.O.Y. Award Winners for 2014

Lego Juniors – You might call this line of new Legos the missing link — or brick — between little-kid Duplos and more advanced sets. Each themed pack, such as Construction, contains regular-size bricks alongside larger preassembled pieces, meaning easier and faster builds. Lego; $9.99 to $49.99; Ages 4 to 8

Toy Gift Ideas from the Top 10 FamilyFun T.O.Y. Award Winners for 2014 Splish Splash Sink & Stove

Splish Splash Sink & Stove – After cooking a tasty pretend meal on the stove top, kids wash the included dishes and utensils in the sink with a working pump faucet. Little Tikes; $19.99; Ages 3 to 8

Toy Gift Ideas from the Top 10 FamilyFun T.O.Y. Award Winners for 2014 Creature Clash

Creature Clash! Card Game – This wildly clever card game allows players to take turns creating fantastical animals by picking three cards: a front, middle, and back. Next, they choose a player to attack, who then makes her own critter. The winner is determined by adding up the numerical strengths of the various creature parts. Chronicle Books; $14.99; Ages 6 and up; 2 to 6 players

Toy Gift Ideas from the Top 10 FamilyFun T.O.Y. Award Winners for 2014 Record & Learn KidiStudio

Record & Learn KidiStudio – Aspiring DJs can compose and record their own songs in free-play mode, or choose from 20 melodies and a variety of sound effects – including cheers. A record for scratching, a whammy bar, and a pop-up mic with voice-changer are all included for more music fun. VTech; $39.99; Ages 3 to 10

 Which of these award-winners are your favorite toy gift ideas for kids? Tell us in the comments!

5 thoughts on “Toy Gift Ideas from the Top 10 FamilyFun T.O.Y. Award Winners for 2014

  1. What an awesome collection of toys. My son would love those Lego Juniors!

  2. I have 3 guys in my home that would go nuts over that Hot Wheels RC Street Hawk. Of course anything LEGO is awesome as well.

  3. My daughter would love that Crayola Fashion Collection. She is always drawing out new clothes and such.

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