Wells, Somerset -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/13/2013 -- Articate.com have recently featured some of the best and most popular toys for Christmas 2013 in one of their latest blog posts, and it would seem that children are embracing both old-fashioned toys and the latest technologically advanced toys.
This is because in their guide to the most popular toys in 2013, lego sets, and in particular the Lego Ultimate Building Set, was named as one of the best-sellers right now in the run up to Christmas, as were the LeapFrog tablets, and the LeapFrog LeapPad2 tablets in particular, which are also flying off the shelves.
It is no surprise that either of these products are amongst the top-sellers because lego has always been extremely popular throughout the generations, whilst parents are increasingly looking for toys that will educate their children and provide some real value, and that's exactly what the LeapFrog tablets are designed to do.
Commenting on all of the toys that were featured in this recent blog post, a spokesperson for Articate.com said:
"We had a lot of fun compiling this particular article because we are all kids at heart, and it was really refreshing to see that old-fashioned toys such as lego sets, remote controlled vehicles, stuffed toys and girls' dolls are still on many children's Christmas lists in 2013."
"It was also nice to see that educational toys, such as the LeapFrog tablets, are being developed all the time that kids can really benefit from, whilst still retaining many of the functions that children look for from a tablet computer."
Anyone that would like to read more about all of the items that were named amongst the best toys to buy for Christmas 2013, can do so by visiting:
Articate.com prides itself on finding the very best products for its readers, and regularly reviews many of the hottest new products that are being released every week.
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