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12 Last Minute 2018 Toys At Walmart That Will Definitely Be Under Your Tree By Christmas Morning

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We're in the final crunch time for Christmas gifts. For some fortunate people, it's the homestretch. All that stands between you and Christmas readiness is a few spools of ribbon and a glass of eggnog. For the rest of us sorry sods, we still need to finish shopping, and when you're waiting until the last minute, it can be a challenge to get what you want for your kids (and make sure you get it in time). Worry not, fellow procrastinating shoppers, I'm here to help you out with these 12 last minute toys at Walmart that will thrill your little ones... in part because they'll actually get to open them on Christmas morning, rather than an I.O.U. from late-shopping Santa.

There is not much time left if you plan on ordering online. However, now through 20 December local time, if you order from Walmart, they have guaranteed free, two day shipping on a ton of items, and you will get them before Christmas. We have two days, people. Let's make it happen.

Yes, you could always shop in-stores, which is convenient, especially if you need groceries or anything else, but it is hard to get out this time of year with all the recitals, class parties, holiday office parties, and just general lethargy these weeks bring. It's much easier to scroll through your phone and click, if you ask me.

1. Roblox Playset

My kids have been obsessed with Roblox for a few years now, and this set has all of the coolest mods involved. It's also a steal at $31, but you have to order it ASAP to get it in time and get the discount.

2. L.O.L. Surprise

3. Lego Classic Box

Yes. You're going to step on these with your bare feet and curse the day you ever decided to have children. It's inevitable. Your husband might also become a weird Lego Dad with his own color coordinated boxes organized by size and shape. It's a thing that happens. But, your kids are also learning valuable math and science skills. That's what's important.

4. Slime Kit

This kit brings together everything for making slime in one easy kit. Not only that, it's galaxy slime. It's brightly colored and glittery AF, which every kid loves.

5. Paw Patrol Truck

You can hear the song in your head right now, admit it. This is a fantastically basic toy that won't annoy the ever-loving crap out of you. No lights, no music, no batteries required. It's all about your child's imagination and less frustration for you. You're welcome.

6. Easy Bake Oven

This is the best gift you could give a child. At least in my opinion. Why? Because they will bake you stuff in it. Cakes, muffins, pop tarts made of crescent roll dough. The snacking possibilities are as endless as their creativity. Roll with it.

7. XBox One Forza Bundle

You buy this gorgeous set for your 9 year old, and then at night, you and your partner can battle it out playing Tekken or Mortal Kombat as was intended by your '90s upbringing.

I get to be Magneto always.

8. Fingerlings

Fingerlings are the interactive toys that all the kids love and all of the parents try to find on sale, kind of like the 2018 version of "My Buddy" and "Kid Sister" which came out at the same time as Chucky, and resembled the murderous doll just a bit too much.

Sure, it's weird, but your kids adore it, and you might warm up to it, eventually.

9. Step2 Art Desk

Kids are super messy, but this desk keeps them confined and organized, as well as seated. Step2 is known for their sturdy plastic toys, and this one is sure to be a hit.

10. Jurassic World Helicopter Set

11. Fortnite Monopoly

My son has been bugging me for this, and with two-day shipping and his class having "board game" day this Friday, I just bought it. Oy. I'm a sucker for a bargain.

12. Lego Harry Potter Hogwarts

Not the most-elaborate or most-expensive Hogwarts Lego kit around, but this is definitely spendy, so it's best for your older kids. Or yourself. I won't judge.

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