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By D’land Diva

Looking for some great Disney gifts for your Disney Loving Son, Daughter, Niece, Nephew, Godson or Goddaughter this holiday season? Look no further than this list which is compiled from various resources. Enjoy!


Disney Jr Doc McStuffins Get Better Talking Mobile Cart - Just Play - Toys"R"Us
1) Disney Jr. Doc McStuffins Get Better Talking Mobile Cart *On the Toys of 2014 Hot List*

Recommended for ages 3-6 years old

Cost: $44.99 at Toys R Us (Subject to Change)

 

How cute is this Doc Mobile? If your little one is a Doc fan like mine, you are probably already familiar with this particular toy. This Doc Mobile contains all the bells and whistles ( i.e. lights, sound and even a working CB radio!) necessary to fix stuffed animal boo-boos. It also comes with some medical tools such as a thermometer and otoscope.

 

 

 

2) Disney Infinity 2.0 Starter Pack featuring Disney Originals (PS4 Edition) 

Recommended for ages 10+

Cost: $59.99 at Toys R Us (free Infinity Power Disk with $29.99 purchase)

 Create your own Disney adventure with this update to the original fun game. Mix and match various characters to create your own world or join forces with your friends to combine worlds! The starter set comes with Merida and Stitch (what a combination, huh?).  This can be a great family gift option, especially those families who are really into video games (ahem, adults and kids).

3) Mickey Mouse Pirates of the Caribbean Play SetMickey Mouse Pirates of the Caribbean Captain Play Set

Recommended for ages 3+

Cost: $11.95 at the online Disney Parks Store

                                                        Did you know that you can buy Disney Parks merchandise online? This is one cool website! Available for a very reasonable price, this play set is ideal for your swashbuckling pirate fan. The set comes with an eye patch, a telescope, a compass and a sword with Mickey [NAILS] art on it.

4) Disney’s Sing and Giggle Mickey

Recommended for ages 24 months- 5 years

Cost: $15.99 on Amazon

How cute is this little guy? Press his tummy and he sings the favorite “Hot Dog” song.

5) Octonauts Octopod PlayhouseFisher-Price Octonauts Octopod Play Set

Recommended for ages 3 and up

Cost: $25.89 at Walmart

This cool pod features two favorite Octonauts figures, the Octo-Alert, a mini Gup-A vehicle, 3 creatures and 4 rescue tools.

6) Princess Shoe BoutiqueDisney Princess Shoe Boutique

Recommended for ages 3 years and up

Cost: $19.99 at Target

I am not going to lie- my 3 year old Diva LOVES this princess shoe collection. They come in a nice box for storage, and  quality made (no pieces falling off or  heels cracking or breaking after several wears and if you have a little girl with plastic dress shoes you probably know what I mean).

7) Disney Frozen Microphone and Amplifier 

Recommended for ages (no age given but the reviews average around 5 years old)

Cost: $29.99 at Toys R Us (does not include batteries so those are extra)

It’s Frozen, it’s a microphone. You know “Let it Go” is coming…or “Love is an Open Door?”

Planes: Fire & Rescue Tin Art Case Set

8)  Planes: Fire and Rescue Tin Art Case Set

Recommended for ages 4 and up

Cost: $15.99 at the Disney Store

This fun art case features markers, crayons, colored pencils, a ruler with a magnifying glass, stickers and paints along with a sketch pad.

9)  Lego Duplo Jake’s Pirate Ship BuckyLEGO® DUPLO® Jake's Pirate Ship Bucky 10514

Recommended for ages 2-5 years

Cost: $39.99 at the Lego Store

Legos are great because they are a two in one toy- kids build and then play. This set is quite elaborate!

10) Star Wars X-Wing Fighter Vehicle

Recommended for ages 4 and up

Cost: $39.98 at Toys R Us

Star Wars. The source (force?) of happiness in our home because little man D’land loves it and D’land Hubby does too.

As a Disneyland Annual Passholder for over fifteen years, it is clear that I love to be in the parks! I am a huge fan of all things Disney, but mostly the Muppets and Flynn Rider. On many weekends you can find me sipping a Mint Julep in New Orleans Square at Disneyland with my Disney loving husband and my two Disney loving children plotting which ride to go on next. I am Editor and Co-Director of the Tips from the Disney Diva site.