RC toys aren’t what they used to be – you’ll find nothing as simple as a car on this list. Giant tarantulas and enormous insects are available to thrill your creepy-crawly fan. Bees, roaches, ladybugs, beetles, centipedes, scorpions, and more guarantees that your house will be crawling with fun!
Looking for some RC toys that are a little more unique than the typical race cars? You can’t go wrong with a giant, hairy tarantula! This big guy really crawls, with independent leg movement, has glowing light-up eyes, and a flocked hair-like texture. Makes the perfect pet since you don’t have to feed this one!
Nowhere is safe from the jaws of a Great White when you have this giant floating air shark travelling around your living room. Using the remote control, you can propel him forward or dip and dive to create realistic shark-like movements.
Real flies are super annoying but your child will love this giant RC controlled one. Imagine the fun at the family picnic when this monster lands on the potato salad. It can crawl forward and backwards in a realistic manner and comes with 10 mini-flies for more elaborate practical jokes.
They say ladybugs are good luck so this cute giant one should fill your home with more fortune than you could possibly need! Designed to look more robotic than realistic, your kid will love moving this toy all over the house; it will quickly become their favorite!
Is your child begging you for an unusual pet? Give him one that you don’t need to feed with this large, remote-controlled, realistic-looking tarantula! He will love scaring his friends with this guy. It’s also a great toy to have at Halloween – just put it on your front porch to welcome the trick-or-treaters.
Who says beetles can’t be cute? The cool thing about this toy is that you can get a beetle in yellow, black, or brown and there are three settings on the remote. So three children can play together, each with a different color bug, operating independently on individual frequencies.
This scorpion is realistically designed and at 6” long, he is a real monster! No one wants to see this guy coming, which makes him perfect for pranks. The small button-sized remote control is easy to hide in your hand so your victim never sees it coming!
This hairy fella travels forward and in a 360 degree rotation via a handheld remote with a 16’ range. You can also put it in automatic mode so that it travels all over the house at-will, which makes it a super cool Halloween decoration as well as a fun toy all year long.
This toy is the only time you won’t be terrified to find a Black Widow in your house. The spider is a perfect toy for a young scientist or explorer and is a great way to learn more about creatures in the backyard. This one even features the telltale red hourglass shape on the body.
For kids who love tarantulas, this one is big and fuzzy and moves like a real spider. The remote control has buttons for forward and back, and also left and right, so that your child can make it travel all over the house to scare unsuspecting victims!
RC toys aren’t just cars anymore. You can get any number of interesting things like this snake that moves just like a real one. It comes in one of four interesting patterns and colors – blue, green, white, and orange – and the remote control is adorably designed to look like a reptile egg.
This super-large centipede has fast-moving legs, a rattling tail, a flexible body, and flashing eyes for lots of creative play. The battery is rechargeable and the remote control is designed to look like an insect egg. Your kids will have hours of fun playing with this many-legged toy.
This “snappy” guy is ready to whip his tail at your house. A remote-controlled scorpion is not only fun for your child to play with, but he is going to enjoy pranking friends and family, too. It’s a great Halloween decoration; just watch out for April Fool’s Day!
No one wants to see a cockroach in their house and this guy – who is nearly 6” long – is sure to creep everyone out! The realistic walking action makes this enormous insect perfect to take wherever your kid goes for all kinds of fun pranking possibilities.
This busy bee is the perfect remote-controlled companion for your child. He crawls realistically wherever your child directs him and he’s never too busy to stop and smell the flowers. At over 5” long and 4.5 inches wide, this big fella is fun to take everywhere.
Add this creepy spider to your child’s toy collection and he can spend the day scaring friends and family for some good old fashioned fun. The eyes glow, the legs move realistically, and the giant size is a bit terrifying! Your kid is going to love him.
This big guy has glowing red eyes and a super-soft body that feels just like a living thing. The infrared remote control works up to 18’ feet, just enough distance to spring it on an unsuspecting victim! Give your kid a creepy pet that you don’t have to feed!
This sparkly black creepy-crawly has glowing blue eyes and is the perfect addition to your child’s RC spider collection. Not only is it fun for everyday play and pranking friends and family, but it makes the perfect Halloween decoration, too. This giant arachnoid is nearly a foot wide. It’s huge!
If you’re looking for RC toys that are sure to impress, you can’t go wrong with this super-cool drone designed to look like a black and yellow spider. This beginner-friendly flyer can do cool tricks at the touch of a button – inverted flight, 360 degree rolls, triple flips… this little guy can do it all.
Check out these ant crafts that are fun for young kids to make and reinforce stories and facts about ants and insects. Both the paper ant and the one made with plastic spoons are adorable, super-simple, and inexpensive to make, which makes them a perfect activity.
Mosquitoes are annoying… unless they are these cute, crafty ones your kids will love! This clever design uses a straw to allow your child to actually make the bug buzz, just like the real deal, except these bug-eyed babies are too cute to be mad at!
Cardboard egg cartons are a classic crafting material. Check out this tutorial for how to turn them into ants, bees, and flowers. Fun to make, these little guys tie in perfectly with several great storybooks and songs. You can even have an indoor picnic and invite these cute guys to join you.
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