The Becoming 7 Holiday Toy Guide

The Becoming 7 Holiday Toy Guide

Hey 7’s, Becoming 7 has created our ultimate Holiday Toy Guide! A few of the items are also current giveaways on our site. Many of the selections came from my grand daughter, who is 5 for a few more weeks. *pssst* there is an amazon giveaway at the end

For the 5-9 crowd there are a few things you can not go wrong with they include:

Pie Face Showdown

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Last year, the impossible game to find was Pie Face. Hasbro has upped the ante with Pie Face Showdown!  We have had a ton of fun playing Pie Face and Wet Head. In Pie Face Showdown! There are two face openings and you have no idea who is going to get Pie Faced.


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What can I say that you don’t already know? These are impossible to find. When you do find it, the price is 5 times the original retail or more. One lucky 7 is going to win a Hatchimals from yours truly. Click here to enter.

Lego Creator

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Lego is simply a classic toy. Kids love to create and use their imaginations. The Creator sets are elaborate projects. This one is a favorite for us because of the killer whale.

Furreal Friends Torch My Blazing Dragon

Honestly I didn’t know what Torch My Blazing Dragon was until I wrote this post. A few weeks ago, I had my grand daughter circle things in a catalog that she wanted for Christmas and/or her birthday. Torch was one of those items. Having seen all the fun things Torch does, I think this is a true winner.

Play-Doh Doctor Drill and Fill

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The Play-Doh  Doctor Drill and Fill gives children the chance to role play with Play-Doh and take control of what many of them fear, going to the dentist. My grand daughter has asked for this multiple times over the past year or so. It seems that the Play-Doh Doctor Drill and Fill is a toy little ones will really enjoy playing with.

Skip and Toss Musical Bettle

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We saw this in a local store and my grand daughter went crazy. I like that it is a 2 in 1 toy. I also like the fact the Skip and Toss Musical Bettle encourages children to play outside. The jumping feature will give your little one a good workout.

Fantasma Magic

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Kids love magic. They also love playing tricks on people. The Fantasma Magic kits teach children how to do basic magic tricks. Magic will unleash your child’s creativity.

Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty

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Crazy Aaron is incredible! Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty is a non-toxic putty. It is great to play with and even better to relieve stress.

Some of the cool features various putties have include: Googly Eyes, Glow in the Dark, Ultraviolet, Heat Sensitive, lusterous, Sparkles, Memory Effect,  Stretchable, Bouncable, Sculptable, Magnetic, Crystal Clear, Tearable, and Popable. You will find special ones for holidays through out the year. There is even one featuring real gold.

My Fairy Garden

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Imagination at it’s finest. Your little one gets to create a home for their very own fairy. We have had a fairy door for about 6 months. When I see my grand daughter, she will sometimes ask if the fairy still comes to visit. Because of her life experiences, she still believes. It is nice to encourage them to embrace their childhood.

Garden Safari Vegetable Soup Cookbookgarden safari

I really like Garden Safari Vegetable Soup. It is a great book for ,young readers. There are large numbers, bright colors, foods, etc.  I like that it encourages a love of reading and makes the child feel like a successful reader regardless of their ability. By following the directions a young child could help cook dinner. (I received a copy to review and a copy to giveaway.)

We are giving away a copy HERE.

Code and Go Robot Mouse

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STEM and STEAM are really big right now. I like that the cards show the child how to set up various routes. The child then uses small cards to chart the path they want the mouse to take. There are directional buttons on the top of the mouse to program the route.

The child believes they are learning. They are actually learning basic engineering, sequencing, planning, and coding skills. Those are skills that will be valuable when they get older. (I received a copy for us to review in a prior post)

Stop Motion Movie Creator Animation Studiotoy guide

Do you remember they days of watching stop motion cartoons? A lot of the classic Christmas movies were done via stop motion.  Santa Clause is coming to town is one example.

The Minecraft Stop Motion Movie Creator Animation Studio will teach your child how to make those movies. I think that is incredible in and of itself. The child uses a smart phone for a video camera. It requires your little one to use the creative part of their brains.

Project MC2 Circuit Beats

This is just tooo funny and tooo cool!!! Basically it is an electrical circuit kit hooked to an adapter and speaker or headphones.

By completing the circuits, little ones are able to make music on anything they desire.

Again your child will feel like they are playing when infact  they are doing STEM/STEAM learning with both circuits and music.

3D Doodler Start Essentials Pen Set

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I love that there are so many STEM/STEAM products on the shelf. With the 3D doodler, Your child is able to  bring  their regular art i3D  art.

Along with allowing hours of creativity, children are rewarded for their art as soon as they make it. Children  are able to turn simple drawings and turn them into objects.


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Finally, we have Squishables! They come in the standard size (showne above), Giant size, and micro size. One of the fun things about squishables is they let the fans select the future models.


226 thoughts on “The Becoming 7 Holiday Toy Guide”

  1. I would use the gift card to buy some books. I have seriously fallen behind in my book collection and need to catch up. I love to read!

  2. My own children haven’t asked for any of these suggestions. But they’re definitely some great ideas for my nieces & nephews!

  3. I don’t know what to buy yet if I won the prize but I do love shopping on Amazon so it would definitely come in handy

  4. my nephews haven’t asked for anything yet but I do know they love legos so, I would probably get that with the gift card.

  5. My kids always want weird random stuff thats usually hard to find lol…if I won I would give to my sister so she could get whatever she wants

  6. I buy much needed grocery & supplement to get well soon. . A life changing exp. Thank you for the awesomeness, the contest, and generosity. 🙂 Pick me,

  7. If I won, I would buy another hard disk drive for my computer because I am running out of room on my data drive and my previous second data drive died a couple of years ago.

  8. The Minecraft Stop Motion Movie Creator Animation Studio is at the top of the list for the boys in our family. They both LOVE Minecraft and I’ve got this in my Amazon shopping cart right now! 🙂

  9. My niece wants the fairy garden so if my sister doesn’t get it for her I’ll be getting that for sure or my son some more legos he’s addicted to them lol

  10. I would probably buy lego or minecraft stuff to put away for a birthday present.I have not been asked for any of the stuff on the list although they are some good choices.

  11. i would buy something to make my kids room their own, we are about to get them their own bed and let them have their own rooms

  12. My daughter wasn’t asking for anything on the list – she’s only 3 and a half at the moment & wanted a purple kite (thank god tescos were selling purple kites!!) – If I win i’ll put the voucher towards buying a fitbit.

  13. Ive got some good kids that know we dont have much money. They really havent asked for anything really big. And i would go outta my way to get them what they needed

  14. Since Christmas is over now the next thing that we do is my daughter’s birthday…but we have a few months before we need to get started with that!

  15. I’m not sure what I would buy with the gift card yet. There’s always stuff to buy on… and my shopping list there has about 23 items. That being said, I’m not going to buy any more books right now until shortly before I’m ready to read them.

  16. My kids aren’t asking for any toys right now since we just had Christmas. They would both love these though and my daughter will be turning 7 in 3 months so some of these will definitely come up by then.

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