I didn’t hold out long enough for this price drop – I bought this for the boy when it hit $89.00, and here it is at $69.00! If you are on the market, looks like a good time to snap this up!
LeapFrog LeapPad 2 Power
Green and Pink are currently $69.00, Doc McStuffins is $89.00
Amazon has a coupon for $60 off a kindle (good through October 31st)… If you get the plain boring basic Kindle with special offers (which means there will be some ads on your kindle, but nothing that interferes with your reading) – you can get a Kindle for $9!! Don’t tell my mom, I just grabbed one that I plan to give to her (after I feel her out and decide she wants it, lol – if she’s not interested I will gladly assume ownership ;)) for Christmas!
Kindle Special Offer!
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Amazon has a good deal on the LeapFrog app center download cards right now ($14.86 for a $20 card), we are getting the boy (and possibly the girl…) leappad(s) this Christmas so I just snatched up two. 🙂
LeapFrog App Center Download Card (works with all LeapPad Tablets, LeapsterGS, Leapster Explorer and LeapReader)
I also grabbed the Dora the explorer game at $13.75 (from $24.99) for the girl (and the boy likes Dora too):
LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game: Dora the Explorer (works with LeapPad & Leapster Explorer)
And the Magic School Bus Oceans game for $15.46 (from $24.99) for the boy (the sea animal obsessed boy):
LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game: The Magic School Bus Oceans
I’m excited that I checked my wish list today (where I save all my gift ideas for the kids) and noticed the price drops! These are all Prime Eligible, too – so free 2 day shipping! Yay me!
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Please also note: Amazon prices change regularly, and with no notice. I hope you caught this post in time to grab a sweet deal, too!
I accidentally discovered that the flying Super Grover 2.0 toy is on sale for half price at Walmart and of course I need to share that! The boy and I discovered this awesome toy while wandering the Walmart aisles one day, and he really liked it. I’ve had it in the back of my mind as a suggestion if anyone were to ask what he’d like for his birthday – and someone did, but I wanted to double check that it was a reasonable price before suggesting it. What I discovered is it’s on sale for $15 from $29.99! And I then decided to order it for the boy with the gift card he recently got from his Grandpa. 🙂
Edited to add:
Other suggestions for the boy (and possibly other 3 year old boys) include: play-doh kits, puzzles, books, trucks/cars/tractors/airplanes/boats, outdoor toys, balls, all animals and sea creatures, little people little talkers zoo animals (the boy would like a giraffe lol), dinosaurs, artsy craftsy kits for preschoolers (check out Crayola’s Color Wonder line!), Megablok kits (or Lego’s, but we currently have Megabloks and they aren’t compatible), wood train accessories (such as extra tracks, bridges, stations, etc), games! (Candyland, lucky ducks, elefun, memory, chutes and ladders, UNO farm – I think these are all labeled 3+, the boy is not quite ready for all of these but will be before long), music related toys (instruments, radios, microphones, etc), any grown up thing toddler sized – like vacuums, baby doll pack n play (yes, even for a boy!), table and chairs, etc. Clothing is always welcome: 3T (or even 2T) for summer clothes, or 4T for long sleeves, etc.
So basically … 3 year olds like everything.