No matter what their personality – whether they’re active and adventurous, artistic and creative, imaginative and playful, eager to learn, or a combination of everything – our comprehensive and researched list shows the 53 top toys for 6 year old girls that don’t suck.
For all our hands-on video reviews of age-appropriate toys, take a look at these.
FurReal Friends Torch My Blazin' Dragon
Become the mother of dragons and your children by adopting Torch into your family.
Monster Factory Board Game
Riio Grande is a fantastic gaming company for young brains, Monster Factory is the perfect next level game for kids obsessed with Memory Games and Candyland. Each player is determined to build
Toilet Trouble Game
This roulette style game all about not being the one to make the toilet erupt is sure to bring giggles to the whole family.
3Doodler Start Pen
3D printers are a great toy for adults who are kids at heart, now actual kids can get in on the fun with this 3Doodler Pen. With tons of colors and practice stencils your kids will be opening up their own Etsy shops in no time.
Learning Resources Puzzle Globe
This globe is a Jack-of-all-Trades tool for teaching basic geography, fine motor skills, and shape recognition all in a captivating way.
Georgie Interactive Plush Electronic Puppy
Releastic interactive puppies are hard to find, but with over 100 interactions Georgie is the go-to addition to your growing family.
Play-Doh Touch Shape to Life Studio
Your little one will love escaping into a world all their own with their Play-Doh creations using this classic meets technology wonder.
Barbie Pop-Up Camper
Barbie and friends really know how to accessorize camping. If you are a Harry Potter reader, this Barbie Camper, complete with waterslide and pool, will remind you of the wizarding tents that have every commodity.
Daron Doody Head Game
Stage a Doody Head Olympics with this game that’s all about dipping and diving but not dodging. See who can catch the most amount of doodies and score the most points.
Kinetic Sand Sandbox and Molds
Kinetic sand is a go-to tool for both learning shapes and having a relaxing play session. The beach themed molds that come with this set is perfect for families that missed out on the beach because of quarantine.
Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Greetings Globe
Expand your children’s knowledge of the world and its many cultures with this Laugh and Learn Greetings Globe.
The Code-a-pillar will worm its way into your hearts and playtimes.This toy is a great introduction to how coding works using patterns and commands.
Play-Doh Perfect Twist Ice Cream Playset
This Play-Doh set all about making soft serve ice cream will make you put aside all your preconcieved notions about mixing colors. Your whole family will want multiple servings of these adorable desserts.
FurReal Friends Bootsie
Want all the benefits of having a cat but none of the shedding or knocking things over shennanigans? Bootsie is the purrfect toy for both cuddling and teaching pet responsibility.
Fisher-Price Imaginext Shark Bite Pirate Ship
Sharks and ships are usually foes, but in this Imaginext set they’ve merged into one ferociously fun pirate ship.
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