Making their way to 5-year-old girls’ hearts, the “best of the best” toys include some wonderful picks for those young creators, adventurers, as well as little ones who simply enjoy lots of “let’s pretend.” And then there is of course (these days), a nice lineup of technology toys — In short, lots of fun toys are available for girls in this age range this year, and it wasn’t easy finding which ones would make up the list on this page! What’s here: On this page is a list of the ten best toys for girls 5 years of age. Rankings for the list are based on a few factors – “hot toy” kids’ picks, general popularity and consumer ratings. For shoppers: For each toy listed on this page, one or more online merchants have been hand-selected for low pricing, trusted reputation for secure shopping and product availability. Links to product reviews are also provided (where available).
Snuggles is a hardcore cutie with a sweet face, quirky expressions, and bright eyes. This pup is realistic to an extent—sans the accidents on the carpet. There are 6 modes of play, and Snuggles breathes, sucks on a bottle, and sleeps with her eyes closed. What an adorable pup
I love advent calendars because there is a tense excitement and anticipation that comes with awaiting Christmas. This LEGO Friends Advent Calendar is a fun way to build on that excitement.
There are 24 doors. And behind each door, there is a Christmas-themed present from the LEGO Friends Christmas collection.
Num Noms are THE toys that girls have gotta have this year. These adorable miniatures are food-themed and sweet-scented. This kit includes everything your girlie-girl needs to make yummy lip glosses in a pint-sized ice cream truck. Includes Cherry Scoop!
Over the years, Barbie has traded in one lavish dream house for another. But this is her coolest dream house yet. This one is high-tech, welcoming the popular dollies to the digital world. Includes WiFi-enabled verbal recognition and motorized everything.
Friendship bracelets were all the rage when I was a little girl. But times are a-changing and Lockitz are in. These custom charms clip to everything from necklaces, to bracelets, to backpacks, to notebooks…you name it. Girlies use the Best Friend Party Pack to customize the charms with their BFFs.
Lite Brite was all the rage in the 80s and early 90s. But then they fizzled out. Now these awesome toys are back with a brighter, more colorful look. There are 150 translucent pegs that the lights will shine through, creating a cool picture that kiddos create. Includes reusable templates!
I was a big artist when I was a kid and I remember the all-inclusive art and drawing cases, much like this one. But this one is way cooler. For serious little artists and creative minds, there are sharpeners, drawing pencils, pastels, paintbrushes, blending papers, and a neat-o drawing mannequin.
My Blazin’ Dragon is a fiery, cute critter with fuzzy ears and a one-toothed smile. This adorable fantasy creature changes color when you feed him. And he breathes flamin’ orange-red mist after he drinks water. Gotta love a pet dragon!
Shimmer and Shine are the new cuties on Nickelodeon Junior. And they are flying through the airwaves, making new friends with every episode. These genie gals are featured here in this sparkly, shimmery craft kit. Girlies can make custom, colorful mosaics with 4 picture templates, stickers, and lots-a sticky jewels.
Barbie has done lots of cool stuff in her lifetime. And taking care of adorable pups is one of her pastimes. Inspired by the new movie Barbie and Her Sisters in Puppy Chase, this pup mobile is a daycare set-up for some super-cute canines. Totally BYOB (Bring Your Own Barbie).