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The Best Amazon Black Friday Deals On Toys


Let's face it, toy shopping can get really expensive. Before having children, you probably never dreamed that a stuffed bear or an animal made to look like it hatched from an egg could cost the equivalent of a pretty nice dinner out. But that's where the best Amazon Black Friday deals on toys come in to play.

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If you're looking to save money and really spoil your little one this year, Amazon's biggest sale of the year can help. Not only does holiday shopping at everyone's favorite e-tailer mean no fighting your way through record-breaking lines, or camping out in front your local big box store hours before the doors open, but Amazon's Black Friday deals run all week and, of course, Prime members will score free two-day (and in some cases same day) shipping.

Ready to score a fabulous selection of on-sale toys that will make your little ones' eyes light up? The best holiday toy bargains are just one click away.

We'll be updating this post as the toy deals roll in.

1A Moving Duck Toy That Plays Different Styles Of Hip Hop Music

TOYK Dancing Hip Hop Goose, $37, Amazon

This education duck toy plays a different kind of lullaby — three different styles of hip hop music. The duck also dances and walks, giving your older toddler or infant a fun friend to chase after.

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2A Classic Wooden Pounding Bench With Mallet

Melissa & Doug Deluxe Pounding Bench, $11 (Was $17), Amazon

It's the classic pounding bench that never goes out of style or fails to delight toddlers — this one is designed with wood and colorful pegs and comes with a solid wooden mallet.

3Bath Bobbers To Get Babies Excited About Bath Time

Munchkin Bath Bobbers Toy, $6 (Was $7.50), Amazon

Help your baby develop motor skills and keep them entertained in the bath with this bath bobbers toy set, which includes penguin and polar bear bobbers.

4Colorful Shape Sorting Cube With 12 Shapes

Melissa & Doug Shape Sorting Cube, $8 (Was $15), Amazon

Young children learn colors, shapes, and problem-solving skills with this classic wooden shape sorting cube with 12 shapes.

5The Ultimate Stamp Collection For Crafts

Melissa & Doug Stamp-a-Scene Stamp Pad, $9 (Was $20), Amazon

With 20 wooden stamps, five colored pencils, and a pink and purple stamp pad, this stamp kit gives crafty kids everything they need to set a fairytale scene on paper.

6A Toddler Piano That Comes With A Color-Coded Songbook

Melissa & Doug Learn-To-Play Piano, $35 (Was $54), Amazon

Give budding musicians the gift of music with this learner's piano, which features 25 keys, two full octaves, and comes with a color-coded songbook.

7The Perfect Guitar To Introduce Babies To Music

The Learning Journey Little Rock Star Guitar, $20, Amazon

Give your baby the gift of music with this colorful play guitar that features three groups of music, three play modes, five light-up musical buttons, drum buttons, and more.

8A Bouncing Sensory Ball That Rolls By Itself

Chuckle Ball, $11 (Was $20), Amazon

Babies and toddlers will love to chase this self-rolling sensory ball, which makes fun noises and encourages the development of gross motor skills.

9A Realistic Classroom Kit To Play School

Melissa & Dough School Time! Classroom Play Set Game, $13 (Was $25), Amazon

Playing teacher or student has never been so much fun — this make believe classroom play set comes with two reusable double sided dry eraser boards, stickers, blocks, a bell, lesson plan guide, and more.

10A Magnetic Car And Truck Set

Melissa & Doug Magnetic Car Loader Wooden Toy Set, $10 (Was $23), Amazon

Children will have hours of fun (and learn colors and numbers) while connecting four magnetic cars to a red truck with a magnetic arm and car-carrier trailer.

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