7 classic kids toys to scoop up cheap on Prime Day

7 classic kids toys to scoop up cheap on Prime Day

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A toy can provide your baby or toddler with new learning experiences, a developmental nudge, hours of entertainment – or just keep them busy so you can get dinner on the table. Thanks to Amazon's annual Prime Day, Prime members can grab the following parent- and baby-beloved toys at amazing discounts.

Shop beginning Monday, July 16 at 3 p.m. EST (12 p.m. PST) through Tuesday, July 17, 2018 – and the best deals sell out fast, so grab them while you can!

1. Thomas & Friends Fisher-Price My First Pop & Go

Voted a 2018 our site Moms' Picks finalist for Best Toddler Toy, Fisher-Price's brilliant Corn Popper is a classic for a reason. New walkers are enchanted by the gentle noise of brightly colored balls churning around the popper, and pushing it around gives them a whole new reason to move. No batteries, no electronic noises, nothing but a toy you probably remember from your own childhood – made better with a Thomas theme and shaped like the No. 1 engine. Even better, the popper's handle is removable, so children can play with the chunky Thomas train on its own.

2. VTech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker

Winner of the 2018 Moms' Picks Best Toddler Toy category, the VTech walker helps babies from 9 to 36 months advance from crawling to walking with nary a tear or complaint. At first, your baby can sit on the floor using the toy's removable activity panel to sharpen his fine motor skills with spinning gears, piano keys, and light-up buttons. Once your baby's up and at 'em, the toy converts into a walker that rolls easily over every surface in your house.

3. Melissa & Doug Deluxe Wooden ABC/123 Blocks Set With Storage Pouch

If classic wooden blocks for stacking, spelling, and identification games are on your shopping list, you couldn't do better than these little beauties, which have a pleasing heft and lovely line drawings of animals and objects to help them learn letters and numbers.

4. Creatov Design Kids Playhouse Tents

Got a restless kid who's not sure what to do? Pop up a colorful play tent and even just sitting around is fun – or the tent can be transformed into a castle, a fort, a cabin in the woods, and so on. You'll find yourself pulling the play tent out for years on end, and for all sorts of reasons – and when your child's done playing, the tent folds up teeny tiny for storage. This castle-style tent comes in blue and pink.

5. FoxPrint Beach Sand Toy Set

Whether you're headed to the beach or just out to the playground, this smart set of plastic shovels, buckets, rakes, and molds will keep your little one busy digging, sifting, and making sand castles long after other toys have been discarded. The included storage pouch keeps everything tidy and together, and it's a cinch to throw it into your trunk or stroller basket to bring it along.

6. Fisher-Price Roller Blocks Rockin' Wagon

One of the most annoying things about baby toys is how fast your baby outgrows them – but that won't happen with the Rockin' Wagon, which gives your baby two distinct ways to play. When they're small, babies can sit-and-play by stacking the included blocks on the clicker wheel and using the peek-a-boo flipper to flip them onto the wagon's ramp. When your baby's ready to move, unfold the wagon's handle and she can pull it along while encouraging music plays and the Roller Blocks teeter-totter and rock with the movement.

7. Manhattan Toy Baby Whoozit 6 Inch Stroller and Travel Activity Toy

It's almost magical the way this battery-free, low-tech plush toy keeps little hands busy. Babies love to poke at, stretch, pull, and chew on the Whoozit's many "arms," pull up the big red nose flap to discover a little mirror (and an even littler baby's face inside!), get noise out of the rattles and crinkly paper. You'll have this toy attached to your stroller for months on end – even when your baby's outgrown other toys.

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