Best Toys of 2015: Ages 5 and Up

Here at Parents, we get the year's new toys sent to us months before the holidays (lucky us!) and invite kids of all ages to come in and give them a whirl (lucky them!). See which toys came out on top! 


[MUSIC] Big Kids. Remote control toys are all the rage. Spin Master Zoomer Kitty - $100. WowWee miPosaur -$120. Anki Overdrive Starter Kit - $150. Big kids are ready for toys that connect to smartphones or tablets. Crayola Color Alive Action Coloring Pages - $6. Mattel View-Master with Google 3D Virtual Reality - $30. Mattel Minecraft Stop-Motion Movie Creator - $33. Balance electronics with toys that keep them active. Zing Firetek Zeon Bow - $15. Smak-A-Ball ¿ $24. PlayWheels Frozen Convertible Ice Skates - $50. Encourage them to be creative and crafty. Lakeshore Learning My First Weaving Loom - $30. Lego City Spaceport - $120. Goldie Bloax Craft-struction Box - $40. Challenge them to games. Uncle Milton T-Rexcavator - $20. Yomega Kendama Pro - $23. Educational Insights Read My List! Game - $15. Playmation Marvel Avengers Starter Pack - $120. At the end of the day they still like a good friend. Hasbro Super Bumblebee - $50. Gerd Hahn's Worry Eaters - $23. American Girl Truly Me Doll - $115. See all 49 of our best toy picks at

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