Prime Day Deals On Kids' Books, Toys, & Games For Hours Of Entertainment

If you've been busy prepping for the Amazon Prime Day deals, then you know today is finally the day to replenish your stock of entertaining toys and books for every kid in your family. The discount kids' books, toys, and games for Prime Day can save you up to 50 percent, and everything from interactive Fisher-Price playgrounds to family card games for older kids is fair game.

Not familiar with Prime Day deals and what to expect? Beginning at 12 a.m. PST, Amazon will have more than 100,000 deals for Prime members on skin care, electronics, footwear, and more, for only 24 hours. Not only that, but the site will be rolling out new 'lightning deals' by the hour, which let you save big on a whole bunch of different stuff — but only for a limited amount of time. (This is good news for people who often miss out on early-morning sales, as you can check in multiple times throughout the day to find an Amazon Prime Day deal that just started!)

Ahead, I've rounded up just 15 deals in particular to check out, which will help you get your books, games, and toy shopping spree off to an energetic start.

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Be sure to check out all of the Prime Day deals - you can save up to 50% off your favorite toy brands, like Fisher-Price and Barbie.

Fisher-Price Bright Beats Smart Touch Play Space


Fisher-Price Bright Beats Smart Touch Play Space, $37 (Was $60), Amazon

This light-up bar teaches numbers, ABCs, and colors, and works with your growing baby's developments — from crawling to cruising.

Exploding Kittens


Exploding Kittens, $15 (Was $30), Amazon

A family-approved card game for people who love kittens, explosions, and laser beams — this is the most-backed project in Kickstarter history.

My Teacher Is A Dinosaur: And Other Prehistoric Poems, Jokes, Riddles, & Amazing Facts


My Teacher Is A Dinosaur: And Other Prehistoric Poems, Jokes, Riddles, & Amazing Facts, $5.39 (Was $11), Amazon

Help your child learn about the prehistoric plants and animals that existed on Earth — starting 4.5 billion years ago. Colorful illustrations and funny jokes and riddles sprinkled throughout the book keep your kid entertained from cover to cover.

Fisher-Price Rock, Roll 'n Ride Trike


Fisher-Price Rock, Roll'n Ride Trike, $33 (Was $55), Amazon

This bike has three different functions, so that its grows with your kid. Stage 1 lets your child rock, Stage 2 lets you push for them, and Stage 3 is independent pedaling for the big kids.

Ghostbusters Protect The Barrier Game


Ghostbusters Protect The Barrier Game, $13 (Was $20), Amazon

Whether you were a fan of the original movie or are already obsessed with the remake, get the kids on board with this game made for players ages 8 to 12.

Dinotrux Mechazoic Era 6-Pack Bundle


Dinotrux Mechazoic Era 6-Pack Bundle, $16 (Was $32), Amazon

If you child can't wait to watch the Dinotrux show, they'll be thrilled to play with this six-pack of toys, which they can push around to recreate (or imagine completely new) scenes (includes Ty Rux, Dozer, Ton-Ton, Skya, Revvit, and Tortool).

Emma Dilemma And The Camping Nanny (Emma Dilemma Series)


Emma Dilemma And The Camping Nanny (Emma Dilemma Series), $4.79 (Was $10), Amazon

In this book meant for second to fourth graders, Emma must handle feeling rejected when her nanny starts spending all her free time with her Irish dance partner. Then her best friend, Luisa, begins hanging out with another classmate. What will Emma do? It's a wonderful guide on handling everyday emotions and challenging situations.

Playskool Heroes Transformers Rescue Bots Optimus Prime


Playskool Heroes Transformers Rescue Bots Optimus Prime, $15 (Was $30), Amazon

If your daughter or son is obsessed with Transformers, they'll love this robot figure of Optimus Prime, which stands ten inches tall — or transforms into a 17-inches-long long semi truck.

Around The Neighborhood: A Counting Lullaby


Around The Neighborhood: A Counting Lullaby, $4.79 (Was $10), Amazon

Get ready for bedtime with your tots (recommended for ages 3 to 5) with lyrical language by Sarah L. Thomson and illustrations by Jana Christy. Follow a dog and its puppies, a spider and spiderlings, and a mallard with her duckings in this delightful tale.

Barbie Glam Getaway House


Barbie Glam Getaway House, $17 (Was $35), Amazon

Not only does this cool house come with 20 separate pieces and a carrying handle for taking it on the go, but one reviewer pointed out that the lifelike toilet really rounds out this dream house.

Duck In The Fridge


Duck In The Fridge, $5.09 (Was $10), Amazon

This silly book (for ages 3 to 7 year)s illustrates what happens one night when a boy finds a fun-loving duck in the fridge. Soon enough, the duck is joined by more party animals, and the boy must find out what he has to do!

Electronic Catchphrase Game


Electronic Catchphrase Game, $13 (Was $22), Amazon

If you're packing up the family for a road trip and are seeking out any means necessary to avoid the dreaded "Are we there yet?" questions from the backseat, then this mess-free, no-pieces-required electronic upgrade of a classic game is a must.



Fishtale, $5.09 (Was $10), Amazon

This book for older kids (ages 10 to 14) tells the tale of Sawyer Brown, a 12-year-old, who takes his friends on a cat fishing adventure to reclaim a ring — that may hold the secret to his mother's life.

Fisher-Price Loops 'n Swoops Amusement Park


Fisher-Price Loops 'n Swoops Amusement Park, $27 (Was $45), Amazon

Is your kid a fan of the Little People wheelies? This amusement park stands two feet tall, and it's meant to partner up with the small racing cars (it comes with a few of its own, too). Watch out for the 360-degree loop at the bottom!

Grumpy Groundhog


Grumpy Groundhog, $5.09 (Was $10), Amazon

If you remember reading (and loving) Sleep, Big Bear, Sleep, then this rhyming tale from Maureen Wright should be next on your kid's bedtime story list. In Grumpy Groundhog, the groundhog does everything he can to avoid his duties on Groundhog Day.

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