Black Friday is happening now, which means toy deals a-plenty on everything from Paw Patrol toys to L.O.L. Surprise swag. The shopping holiday, which takes place the day after Thanksgiving, is one of, if not the, best days of the year to score great deals on every kind of product and give you a head start on buying gifts for everyone on your holiday list. Within those sales there are plenty of deals on otherwise very pricey toys. To help you out, we’ve rounded up all the best deals on Frozen 2 merch, train sets, and more.
Best Black Friday Toy Deals
A view of the New York City skyline has never been so affordable. This LEGO architecture set is down from $59.99.
This ultra-detailed LEGO set features the Statue of Liberty, Flatiron Building, Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, and One World Trade Center, with each model scaled for an accurate representation. With nearly 600 pieces, this gift is a great project for adults and kids 12 and up.
Damn, this is one sweet deal. This STEM chemistry kit has kids doing 40+ experiments and and it’s even sweeter since it dropped from $69.95.
With this edible candy STEM set, kids make their own desserts and then eat them. From chewy jellies to chocolate and lollipops, they’ll think science just got a lot more delicious. Toothbrush not included.
The possibilities are endless with this open-ended construction toy – especially now that you can get it for less than its original price of $50.
The STEM-based construction set comes with over 175 tools to ignite your child’s imagination. Creative kids can design catapults, trampolines, ziplines and more to solve challenges while honing their math, science, and engineering skills.
This $59.99 bouncer plays music and lights up, plus it spins 360 degrees.
Kids bounce around on this puppy, and either hear music or press buttons to get things to light up. Clearly, this is meant for younger kids, so it’s worth noting that the weight limit is 55 pounds.
Add this Marvel Lego building kit to your kids’ growing LEGO Marvel collection for less than the original price of $69.99.
It may take a team of superhero friends to help complete this over 500 piece set. Thankfully, Happy Hogan, Nick Fury, Mysterio and Spider-Man are there to help before the aerial battle begins. Best for children eight and up.
Can you really put a price tag on bonding time? Apparently, you can, and the price on this railroad set has dropped from $79.99.
This train rail set includes passenger and freight trains and translates into hours of fun for you and your child, sans screens. Because of the many small pieces, it is recommended for kids three and up.
We're fans of this Frozen 2 toy because it's not too obnoxiously loud, and it's also down from $39.99.
Children from 18 months to five years old will be endlessly entertained as they press the discovery buttons to reveal magical lights, wintry sounds, and the exciting actions of this “growing” castle. The Little People playset, which comes with Elsa and her snowman sidekick, Olaf, also plays the hit song “Let It Go.” We aren’t sure if that’s a good or bad selling point.
Dolls are great nurturing toys, and these twins are normally $29.99.
Kids don’t need fancy dolls that cry, pee, and poop. They just want to cuddle and care for them. And these two dolls are the perfect size, without any unneeded bells and whistles except eyes that open and close.
This badass $28 board promote coordination and helps little kids find their balance.
Kids three and up will have a blast trying to stand and balance on this very sweet monkey board.
This $40 animated rabbit flaps her ears when she's ready to play.
She flaps her ears and best of all, plays a game of peek-a-boo. Which you already know babies find irresistible.
Sipping tea with Princess Peppa would normally cost you $34.99.
Teach your kids that dreams really do come true! Like Peppa, you too can roll in a mud puddle one minute and then become princess of your own six-room castle the next.
This $30 portable railroad is the perfect travel toy for preschoolers.
This ultra-portable 17-piece set includes three wooden-wheeled train cars and a park ranger car, a bridge, a mountain tunnel, gondola, station, cabin, trees, animals, and a railroad sign. All aboard!
Speaking of trains, what's more timeless than a wooden set like this $319.99 one? Nothing, that's what.
Kids three and up dream up entire worlds with this train set. It includes passenger trains, freight trains, stations, cranes, bridges and figures.
So-called real toys, like this $50 food set, help toddlers make sense of their world.
This gorgeous 32-piece food set mimics what kids see mom and dad eating and buying. It helps them understand the world around them through play.
Babies bang the drum, and through cause and effect, learn that hitting it makes noise. Sorry parents. Each colored circle emits a different sound or light.
This toddler dollhouse is normally $39.99 and is ideal for little hands.
Kids play with the little dolls and in doing so, practice helping around the house by making their beds and putting away their toys.
This $42 command center goes from jet to a mobile command headquarter that fits all the pups.
Kids press a button and they activate the jet’s lights and sounds.
Osmo's engaging STEM kit for preschoolers is down from $79.99.
This STEM learning kit helps kids five and up to form letters, create pictures, and bring animals to life.
This surprise kit fit for Indiana Jones is down from $49.99.
Budding archeologists dig for treasure and solve the puzzles to conquer the treasure tomb and unlock secrets.
This is the coolest remote control car we've ever played with, and it's down from $99.99.
This all-terrain beast is massive, yet weighs nothing. And it’s hella fun to drive around, both for kids and their adult minders.
This weird yet weird cooly mashup of unicorn and veterinarian is down from $59.99.
Rainglow is an interactive unicorn who gets sick, and kids use the magical vet kit to make her feel better. Sounds odd, sure, but it’s actually a very fun toy.
This fantastic stacking toy is made from recycled plastic, and is normally $24.99.
This car stacking kit encourages kids develop their fine motor skills and identify colors and shapes.
If your kids love L.O.L. Surprise!, you'll love that this new set is down from $89.99.
Kids can unbox 60, yes 60, never-before-seen surprises, including a whole new L.O.L. family. You’ll basically win Christmas.
This gorgeous vet play set is down from $29.99 and encourages kids to care for others.
It’s perfect for pretend play: This 24-piece set includes a plush dog and cat, vet medical equipment, and a tote bag for hauling it all around when kids are making their medical rounds.
Car buffs will dig this highly detailed Lego Technic set, down from $49.99.
Kids nine and up will be on hell on wheels when they build the Lego Technic Chevrolet Corvette ZR1. This thing is a keeper, for sure.
The Overwatch fan in your family will appreciate this set, down from $49.99.
Kids 10 and older will be into this intricate toy robot model set of Overwatch defense hero Bastion.
This $59.99 award-winning toddler toy is a great way to introduce kids to music. And math. And the foundations of STEM learning.
The Rocktopus gives kids three ways to play: In math mode, preschoolers can practice their adding, subtracting, and patterning skills as they follow prompts. In Music mode, Rocktopus helps kids compose their own songs. And in Game mode, Rocktopus helps them play music.
The L.O.L. Surprise! 2-in-1 Glamper is way down from $99, and this thing is truly a thing of supersized beauty.
Does the L.O.L. brand produce a ton of plastic waste? Yes it does. Is this still one insanely cool toy? Yes it is. It’s also one of our toys of the year.
This only moderately annoying Frozen 2 toy is down from $39.99.
Kids project a snowflake using a controller, and a singing Olaf follow the snowflake around. We did say it was oddly compelling. Yes, he sings. We’re sorry.
Every single Avengers fan needs this dope Infinity Gauntlet, down from $99.
Defeat Thanos with this articulated Infinity Gauntlet; when activated, the power gauntlet’s six Infinity stones light up.
If your kids are into Barbie, this glitzy collectible holiday model is down from $39.99.
Holiday Barbie is full of sparkle, wearing a gown with red and white print and silvery sparkle detail. The price is even prettier.
The Fortnite battle bus is also down from $39.99.
This toy is a must for Fortnite fans, and comes with Funk Ops and Burnout figures.
One of Fatherly's best toys of the year is now discounted.
This gorgeous and super-fun toddler ball pit isn’t just a ball pit. It’s also a sensory toy that includes holes to push and pull balls through, a non-slip bottom, crinkling feet, squeaking button, a textured ring, and attached soft ball rattle.
Another Fatherly best toy pick, this $14.99 toy helps toddlers with their fine motor skills.
We’re all about unique toys that make learning as fun as possible. The owl helps toddlers develop all the fine and gross motor skills they need for preschool.
Fatherly's favorite toy lightsaber lets kids record their own sounds when they're about to do battle, and is normally $29.99.
You can buy an ordinary lightsaber. Or you can get this one, for kids four and up, that lets them record their own sounds, be it a fart or a scream.
This badass Lego set from The Mandalorian is a true masterpiece that's normally $49.99.
Inspired by the Disney+ series, this building kit features the unique AT-ST Raider as well as Cara Dune and two Klatooinian Raider minifigures and has jointed posable legs, a turning turret that opens and two firing shooters.
This hybrid owl and drone, another of our toys of the year, is also down in price.
Kids nurture the cute little owl, and when it’s ready, it leaves its (charging) nest. It flies around indoors, and then returns to its nest to rest (or recharge).
This five foot tall elaborate dollhouse is pretty much the ultimate for any Frozen 2 fan.
It has a moving balcony, lights that actually work, and seven fully furnished rooms with a piano, banquet table, and of course a throne chair.
Hape's robot factory was our toy of the year winner, and this close sibling is another great choice. Plus, it's normally $39.99.
This set lets kids build a domino race track with over 100 pieces of wooden blocks; it’s a great way to get them into STEM learning without them even knowing it.
Another one of our toys of the year, this time a gross-cool science kit, is also on sale.
Kids have to use their motor skills to dissect the alien with the enclosed tool. But the good news is, a bag of reusable ooze is included in every alien stomach, so there’s much less waste than with other toys.
The latest and possibly greatest L.O.L. Surprise! kit will be 15 percent off.
This L.O.L. Surprise! has 60+ surprises plus an exclusive family set.
This $39 coding kit is a brilliant way to introduce youngsters to STEM learning.
Kids four and up can create and design endless coding challenges with the 22-piece pet playset, and feed and play with their interactive pets.
This $149.99 house is basically a 360 interactive play and learning hub for kids.
Babies and toddlers will have a blast in this fully tricked-out play dome. It has than 200 songs, sounds, tunes, and phrases, three learning levels and four languages to choose from. Including French and Mandarin. Kids can crawl, explore, open and close the mailbox, and shape-sort items through the recycling bin.
Get your kids their first taste of Legos with this starter Duplo set, which is normally $23.
This 80-piece Duplo set helps toddlers learn about colors and shapes, and hone their hand-eye coordination as they build towers and castles and cars.
Here's a little nostalgia love with this Fisher-Price classic record player, down from $39.99.
This awesomely retro toy is back from 1971. Toddlers load one of five records into the player and hear music. Cause and effect, in effect.
This $29.99 musical pounding toy is a great way for toddlers to get a taste of musicality.
Kids practice hand-eye coordination by using the hammer to pound the bench, and practice their musical “skills” on the xylophone.
We love all of Lego's Advent calendars, but truly, the force is with this one, normally $39.99.
Each square contains a Star Wars minifigure or vehicle or ship. What else do you need to know?
Find us a kid who doesn't like slime. Or surprise toys. Go on, we're waiting. This set, normally $54.99, perfectly combines the two.
Kids get a 14 inch doll, along with 20+ surprises. And in a totally odd mashup, they can make D.I.Y. slime and add it to the doll’s transparent fashions for a unique style.
If your kid is into Hatchimals, they need this llama/unicorn hybrid, normally $67.00.
The cool thing about this latest Hatchimals launch is that instead of being one and done, you can hatch these beasts over and over again.
One of this year's hottest toys, this $78 Paw Patrol lookout tower arms kids with an actual working telescope.
This thing has actual working lights and sounds. At just over two feet tall, it’s the perfect size for little Paw Patrol aficionados. And when kids push the button on the tower, they hear Ryder give his missions.
The Resistance Y-Wing Starfighter is yet another alphabetically named ship, and it's down from $70.
It has spring-loaded and trigger-activated weapons, a Rise of Skywalker-specific color scheme, and five, count ’em, five included minifigures including Zorii Bliss, complete with golden helmet.
The Lego Star Wars set has kids building Rey's transport speeder jet toy and a treadspeeder bike for less than $40.
Want two ships in one set? Then you want the Pasaana Speeder Chase. In the transport speeder, Rey and BB-8 try to escape from a First Order Treadspeeder with a driver and trooper. For kids who like races, it’s the best Lego Star Wars set since Anakin’s podracer.
One of our favorite stacking toy sets, made from recycled plastic, is down from $25.
Kids play with the vehicles and practice their hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills by stacking the smaller cars on the big truck.
Speaking of the beloved Melissa & Doug grocery store, this market is normally a cool $200.
To bring imaginative play to delicious new levels, the set, aimed at kids three and up, comes with a hand-cranked conveyor belt, bagging area, card swipe machine, beeping scanner and cash drawer.
Kids get 60+ surprises in this $90 LOL set.
Surprise toys never seem to get old. So get this set at a steep discount. It includes two limited edition L.O.L. Surprise dolls, each with seven surprises, one limited edition L.O.L. Surprise pet with seven surprises, plus a ton of accessories.
If you're in the market for Barbie's pretty dope private plane, you don't need to pay $75 for it.
This plane has rolling wheels, for a smooth takeoff. Plus, it comes with a puppy travel buddy for Barbie, and kids can open the top and side to create a play space. There’s a seat for the pilot and two more for passengers. Also: The seats actually recline, something real airlines might want to take note of.
Kids love all things gross, and with this kit, they get a very personal science lesson. Best of all, it's less than the $24 list price.
Boogers and snot and spit, oh my. Kids learn about what grows in their own bodies, and create fake blood, intestines, and learn to grow molds. Not the deadly kind.
Get one of our favorite robotic toys at a huge discount.
We love Juno, because she’s adorable, she makes more than 150 sounds, and she eats peanuts with her trunk. She’s one of the best robotic toys we’ve ever seen or played with.
Another big hit this year is this $97 interactive bear, who has more than 100 sound and movement combinations.
Great for ages four and up, this bear is a standout because when you put him into sleep mode, he makes soothing sounds and helps kids go to sleep.
This magical $60 unicorn sings with kids when they hold up a microphone.
Also great for kids four and up, Myla is a fully tricked-out unicorn who lights up when kids use the magic color-transferring brush on her.
Normally $30, this sloth teaches toddlers about letters and numbers.
When kids press the buttons, they’ll hear songs and phrases about the alphabet, numbers, opposites and colors.
Instead of merely collecting Pokemon cards, have kids build their very own Pikachu. It has articulated legs, arms, tail, and ears.
Normally $20, this lifelike cookie set helps little kids make sense of the world around them.
This 28-piece food set is designed to help kids three and older understand the world around them through play, in this case by engaging with toy versions of stuff they see adults using every day.
This ultra-detailed and thoroughly captivating set, ideal for kids four and older, has a throne and a light-up floor. Plus, there’s a spiral staircase, the princess’ chamber, and hoop skirt that changes patterns in the cold.
Melissa & Doug's costumes are incredibly detailed and well-made, and now, you get this firefighter ensemble for less than $30.
Score this firefighter set, which includes a jacket, helmet, badge, fire extinguisher, bullhorn, and reusable name tag.
Normally $80, you can score this arts-and-crafts essential for about $18 off the regular price.
This good-looking easel supports whatever medium your kids are feeling on a given day. There’s a dry-erase board, chalkboard, paper-roll holder with a child-safe paper cutter. It also comes with plastic trays for paint and clips to keep the current masterpiece securely attached.
If you've got space to squirrel it away, snap up this incredible doll domicile before the holidays: It's normally $150.
The open-side design means every kid who’s playing gets access, which helps cut down on squabbling. The six-room house comes with 15 pieces of furniture, and also has an elevator and a garage.
Every kid loves a great play kitchen, and this stellar one is normally $200.
The kitchen has a large oven, realistic-looking burners and a two-shelf refrigerator, along with a (pretend!) drink dispenser and milkshake mixer. On the restaurant side, kids will find a booth and a jukebox with a coin slot (drop the included coin in, and it shows up in the kitchen—rinse and repeat). Other fun details include a spinning cake plate and pass-through window, but note that food items and other accessories must be bought separately.
This fantastic AT-ST Raider model building kit is normally $50.
This killer raider model includes four Star Wars minifigure characters: The Mandalorian, Cara Dune and 2 Klatooinian Raider, plus three blaster rifles and a blaster. That’s enough for any Jedi.
Every Star Wars fan must, and we do mean must, own this classic set, down from $40.
This ultra-detailed Snowspeeder ship even comes with a Lando Calrissian minifigure with a display stand. The Snowspeeder itself features laser cannons, spring-loaded shooters, stud shooter and a harpoon.
Share your own childhood movie memories with this classic, iconic Walker from The Empire Strikes Back, which is normally $30.
To celebrate two decades of collaboration, Lego has brought back a classic machine from the original trilogy. This 250-piece kit, aimed at kids six and up, includes the Walker, dwarf spider droid, four minifigures, and a “trench section” set piece to recreate the classic cold-weather assault scene.
Lego comes to life with this buildable, interactive Porg. It's normally $70, so this is a total score.
One of the most memorable characters from The Last Jedi is now available with this seven-inch-tall Porg. The 811-piece kit is a harder build than inanimate kits, so children nine and up are best suited for this set. Once completed, press on the tail to make the mouth gape and the wings flap. A Porg fact plaque is also included for display.
One of the most iconic vehicles in the Star Wars universe should be considered a must-have for any fan. It’s on sale for $55, down from $80.
Do we really need to justify the purchase of an X-Wing ? Luke Skywalker and the Rebel Alliance’s legendary attack fighter is comprised of 731 pieces and includes two minifigures (including Skywalker himself), along with two R2 droids. Push a lever and its wings shift from together to the attacking “X.” It’s best for ages eight and up.
Elsa's gorgeous jewelry box Lego set from Frozen 2 is down from $40.
We like this jewelry box Lego set because it’s not too gag-inducing princess-themed. Plus, kids can store their treasures in it, and it includes a mirror, drawer, and lock. It’s a wintertime activity worthy of the film.
Normally $50, this Frozen 2 Lego set is a gorgeous treehouse featuring three iconic characters.
Kids play with Anna, Olaf and Mattias, while they explore the enchanted forest and discover mythical ancient stones. There’s even a zip line and a flying fish toy function.
If you or your kid loves Marvel superhero minifigures most of all, this is the set for you. And it's normally $60.
The 524-piece Iron Man Hall of Armor set comes with five different Iron Man suits and an Outrider. Kids can take apart and rearrange each module to their heart’s content while also swapping out the minifigures in the rotating podium with robotic arms.
Normally $40, this Marvel Lego set lets kids build a city-scape and then blow it all up in a Hydro-Man attack.
Great for kids seven and up, this set pays homage to Spider-Man and is new for 2019. You get MJ, Peter Parker, Mysterio, and Hydro-Man, along with a buildable base and a rat figure. Because rats live in the enclosed under sewer, of course.
What's better than a dollhouse? A LEGO Friends Friendship House your kids can build themselves—that's also way less than $70.
The idea behind this four-story LEGO abode is that it’s a converted fire station, which means it comes with fun extras like a pole, working pulley system and garage. The LEGO friends can live their best lives thanks to the juice bar, hot tub, slide and friendship tree (it includes swings, of course). It’s designed for kids ages 6 to 12, and also comes with three doll mini figures, a dog and a hamster with his own wheel.
Harry Potter fans will dig this magical Lego set, which is normally $20.
If your kids love J.K. Rowlings’ Fantastic Beasts movies, they’ll enjoy replicating one of the most dramatic scenes in bricks: The airborne escape of the dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald. The kit comes with two figures, Grindelwald and Seraphina, as well as a winged Thestral. Some Harry Potter fans also report that this carriage works well as an add-on to the LEGO Hogwarts set.
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