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Teach Owleez to Take Flight

Kids can train these interactive pets and teach them to fly!

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Get Egg-cited to Meet Hatchimals Wow

There are tons of new surprises in store with the newest member of the Hatchimals family.

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Go on Coding Adventures with Coding Critters

Preschoolers can learn early STEM concepts with this coding toy from Learning Resources.

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Take Care of a Fluttering Hummingbird Pet with Flutter Friends

Flutter Friends are interactive hummingbird pets that flutter their wings and make realistic bird noises when kids pet them.

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FurReal Ricky, the Trick-Lovin’ Pup Is Your New Puppy BFF

Good news, parents: You can now get your kids the puppy they’ve always begged for. Well, sort of. Hasbro‘s FurReal Ricky, the Trick-Lovin’ Pup is an interactive pet that kids ages 4 and up will… read more

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Pomsies are Interactive Pets that Play Freeze Dance

Pomsies will tell you what they want, what they really, really want. They’ll tell you what they want, what they really, really want. Pomsies really, really, really wanna zigazig ah. Cats and dogs are cool… read more

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BUILD-A-BOT

Build-a-Bot contains everything kids need to build their own bot, including a full sheet of stickers and a “birth certificate.” With three designs to choose from—a bunny, a fox, or a dino—kids can mix and… read more

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CHIPPIES

Kids can pet these puppies’ heads for different reactions, including sniffs, barks, puppy kisses, and sneezes. Kids can use the pups’ sensors to guard their rooms, or use a remote to make them sing, dance,… read more

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FurReal Roarin’ Tyler, The Playful Tiger Pet Is Ferociously Fun

Those big, green eyes. That soft, golden fur. The adorably ferocious roar. Be still, my heart. I didn’t think it would be possible to release a FurReal Friend nearly as cute as last holiday season’s Torch… read more

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ZOOMER CHIMP

This robotic pet chimp features lifelike movements and realistic chimp sounds. He can follow kids, stand up on his own, and recognize voice commands, such as “go bananas” and “do a flip.”

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