Stimulate Learning This Holiday Season With The Top Creative Holiday Toys For 2011
Holiday Toys Online list of the most popular creative toys, allows parents to stir the scientific passion in their children.
- (1888PressRelease) November 19, 2011 - Holiday Toys Online, a website dedicated to helping parents find the hot toys of the year, as well as great prices, has announced their list for the top creative, unique, and educational toys of 2011.
This list, selected by parents, has selected 10 great holiday gifts for children that provide an educational and creative experience. From easy to make robots that sweep your floor that can be found for around $12 to award winning board games like Qwirkle that stimulate pattern recognition and strategy, this list of holiday gifts has something for everyone.
"Parents are always looking for something a little more unique for the holidays that can stimulate an early passion for math or science," said Aaron Mack, VP Marketing for Holiday Toys Online. "This list provides 10 great ideas. Such as #6 on the list, Snap Circuits an award-winning electronics kit for ages 8 and higher. This kit allows your children to build a door bell, burglar alarm, and even a crystal radio like Steve Wozniak (co-founder of Apple) built as a child."
Other items on this well rounded list include the new Richard Scarry Busy Town game, a crystal growing kit, and a telescope for learning about the moon and planets.
"The overall list of top holiday toys is diverse as prices range from under $10 for the top toy, Rory's Story Cubes, to $40 for a KEVA Contrapctions building set by MindWare," said Mack. "This diversity allows even young college aged aunts and uncles to provide something unique this season."
The annual list is created from parent surveys and available for free at www.HolidayToysOnline.com as well as a link to a free Android app for smart phones.