Little masked crusaders will also love the wall decals, bringing to life Ryan’s character friends. The stickers are easy to apply and remove, letting kids customize their space without a headache for parents.
The mystery unboxing continues with the Ryan’s World Series 1 Mystery Figures and clip-on plush dolls. Kids can try to collect all 12 figures, each of which comes with an accessory. They can also bring their favorite YouTuber along for on-the-go fun by clipping the soft Ryan plush to their backpacks.
This egg is a perfect addition to any kid’s Ryan’s World collection. Parents will appreciate how the egg encourages roleplaying, imagination building, care for others, and healthy sleeping habits from a young age. Plus, it helps get little superheroes excited for bed—a time that many kids would rather avoid.
For $39.99, kids will have all the gear necessary to make bedtime super.
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