Get ready for some fun! Six-year-olds are an adventurous bunch, but they have the patience needed to sit down and work on a project for some time. Satisfy your kiddo's need for stimulation with toys and games that require some thinking. They'll be rewarded with a sense of accomplishment when they complete the task!
Crayola's Model Magic Presto Benders Chameleon ($10) takes the mess out of creative playtime. Kids press model magic onto a bendable spine to create moveable creatures they can make over and over again. It's like the Fourth of July every night with Uncle Milton's Fireworks Light Show in My Room ($19). One of the most anticipated toys of the year is My Keepon Interactive Dancing Robot ($35). Originally created to help autistic children, the cute lil robot reacts to its owners movements, pokes, and music. Mama may have wasted away plenty of afternoons playing Tetris, and now her kiddo can do so without a computer. Tetris Link ($28) is the same basic game we played electronically, transformed into a tabletop version the whole family can play. Everything old is new again, and the same can be said for the POGO stick. Razor's BOGO Pogo Stick ($100) has a built in bow-assist spring for added bouncing ability!