Popular Toys of 2010
Read on to see which suits what you’re looking for this holiday season.
At only $15-$20 per doll, which includes a free pair of AA batteries, this is definitely one of the more affordable toy crazes of the past few years.
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The only downside to these instruments is the total cost a dedicated paper jammer may pay. Although all are capable of free-style play, each guitar and drum set comes with only 3 pre-recorded songs, which is the big draw for most kids who want to play along with their favorite tunes. There are multiple "series" and "styles" of instruments, each with different songs, adding up to about 30 guitars and drum sets in total. With each one needing its own set of 3 AAA batteries (not included), and at $20 - $25 apiece, a real guitar might actually end up being cheaper in the long run.
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