8 Great Deals On Winter Toys For All Ages

Posted: Nov 21 2019, 2:35pm CST | by , in Toys


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8 Great Deals on Winter Toys for All Ages
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With each changing season, employees exchange old toys on store shelves for new ones. They may be the latest video games on the market or seasonally appropriate outdoor activities.

Children love taking out the seasonal toys they haven't seen all year, but it's more exciting to get new ones. There are always things to explore when they carry home an unopened toy.

This winter, give your kids the gift of a fun time by checking out these eight great deals on winter toys for all ages. Whether they want to run around in the snow or hang out inside, they'll love these toys almost as much as you love the prices.

1. Inflatable Snow Sled

After the year's first big snowfall, kids love to run outside and make snow forts. These forts turn into imaginary igloos for their arctic adventures or their main source of protection from well-aimed snowballs.

Another traditional childhood activity is sledding. There's no feeling quite like speeding down the side of a snowy hill with a white wonderland out in front of you. You might pull the plastic sleds from last year out of storage, but cheap versions crack from the changing weather or their first few uses.

Instead of sledding around on broken equipment, invest in a $30 inflatable sled that will last through future winters. It's easy to inflate and hard to break. It contains a cold-crack additive and durable rope handles for steering up to two kids at a time.

2. Snow Building Kit

It's fun for kids to mold snow into shapes and forts by hand, but they become even more creative when they have the right tools to help. A $26 snow kit will last through a kid's entire childhood. Along with a single-person sled, it contains a snow mold and digger, plus two snowball makers.

3. Sno-Art Kit

People used to drizzle molasses over fresh snow for a winter treat, but now it's a canvas for children's art. Help your children express their imaginations by giving them a Sno-Art Kit full of crayons, molds and color packs. Kids older than 5 will love doodling new drawings after every snowfall.

4. Step-on Boots

Older kids who love to snowboard know the challenge of changing into different pairs of cold boots when they want to get on or off their board. This year, prevent that struggle by gifting a pair of Step-On boots in the latest style. Each pair contains quality materials that will withstand any slope.

5. Airhead Snowboard

If your younger kids want to get a headstart on their snowboarding this year, check out an Airhead snowboard to find a perfect starter for elementary school kids. It takes turns and jumps like a champ while using a molded polymer subdeck for extra stability and control.

6. Fold-up Snowboard

You might be a beginner at snowboarding just like your kids, so you're in luck if you both want to learn. Anyone up to 220 pounds can ride the Original Fold-up Snowboard and use its handle to get the hang of the movement. LED lights on the front open up the world of night boarding, which is great for winter evenings when it gets dark early.

7. Snowball Blaster

Snowball fights are a classic way to have fun in the snow, but your kids can take it to the next level by using a Snowball Blaster. It has an easy hand-locking feature and launches snowballs up to 60 feet, without using enough force to cause any injuries.

8. GoFloats Animal Snow Tube

During the summer, your kids might love their animal-themed pool noodles or goggles, but what about during the winter? Before you buy them new snow tubes, let them pick their favorite GoFloats snow tube, including a unicorn, penguin, dragon and polar bear. Kids who want to stand out from the crowd might opt for the flamingo tube. Each tube is cold-weather treated and comes with a patch kit in case a stray rock or stick manages to pierce the thick vinyl.

Talk With Your Kids

If you have a hard time choosing among the incredible winter toys on the market this year, talk with your kids. Ask them what they'd enjoy using the most and let them pick out their favorites. If you can't get them all now, some of those toys would make great Christmas gifts later on in the year.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/56" rel="author">Scott Huntington</a>
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