from Nintendo ($70)*
Most kids love video games. Most parents will love that Wii Sports Resort keeps their children active as they compete in "outdoor" activities such as archery, canoeing, and wake boarding. This sequel to the Wii Sports comes with the Wii MotionPlus accessory, which recognizes even the slightest turn of the Wii remote and enhances precision. (Buy here.)
6- Flutterbye Fairy
from Spin Master ($40)*
Similar to Tinkerbell, Flutterbye Fairy is an enchanting toy. A UV LED light makes the fairy glow and sparkle as she flies around in her clear globe home, attached by unseen wires. She can speak to one's owner, dance to music and even sleep when the shades are turned down. A tap on her globe wakes her back up in the morning.
All indications is that this item is sold out online. Even Amazon does not have it in stock. A Yahoo Answers page
suggests you may be able to get the Flutterbye Fairy at your local Walmart store for around $35.
from Hasbro ($100)*Devastator
is the ultimate evil weapon in the Transformers battle of bad versus good. The massive action figure is made of six smaller construction vehicles known as The Constructicons. When combined, the resulting mega-robot boasts flashing lights and sounds from the 2009 movie.
Toys "R" Us toy expert Bob Friedland says the Devastator is, hands down, his favorite toy of the season. "It's a refreshed, totally revamped version of the classic Transformers toy." (Buy here