Best Toy Story 4 Toys For Kids Who Love Woody, Buzz, And Bo-Peep
Get ready to feel the Buzz.
There’s much to love about Toy Story 4, from its heartfelt storyline to its humanistic toys struggling to find their place in the world with grace and dignity and humor. And of course, there’s Toy Story toys aplenty, including movie-specific Toy Story 4 toys. This time, Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang embarked on a road trip with Bonnie and a new toy named Forky, leading to a reunion with Bo-Peep. Plus, Toy Story‘s got Keanu Reeves as Duke Caboom, Canada’s greatest stuntman. So that’s a major selling point in and of itself.
The characters in Toy Story 4 are beloved. So, so beloved. And of course, there’s a ton of merch out there. We slogged through the offerings and found the ones worth your Toy Story money.
Best Toy Story 4 Toys
Toy Story 4 basically sort-of comes to life with this version of Buzz Lightyear. He drops down and stays motionless whenever people come near, and now he responds to voice commands. If your kid says “Okay. No one’s here,” Buzz comes back to life.
Kids four and up can press the right red button and the helmet lights up, and it delivers lines from Toy Story 4. Up, up and away, for real.
You get two toys in one: The cockpit splits off from the ship, and there’s a moon buggy for more intergalactic exploration. Plus, there are movie-esque special effects, including rocket fire and blasters.
Kids can switch between launch mode and flight mode. And when it’s time to wrap things up, and put away the moveable targets and working microphone, the console turns into a desk.
When they open up the RV, there’s a campsite inside. And if they press the discovery button, there’s a game board. Plus, they can play a game of peek-a-boo.
But the coolest part is: kids can send Woody and Ducky down the slide.
Kids are fired up for Toy Story 4, so build on that buzz with this sweet set that is specially designed to be easy and fun for young children and preschoolers to build. This Lego set features a multi-level playhouse with kitchen area, slide, bridge, climbing wall, bubble window stand and comes with a Buzz Lightyear mini figure.
Duke Caboom comes with a launcher that throws him 15 feet, and is great for kids ages three and up.
Another Toy Story 4 must-have, this LEGO carnival set comes with Buzz Lightyear, Woody and Bo-Peep minifigures, and is a solid foray into the more complicated LEGO sets to come.
Let your Toy Story 4 fan get into the driver's seat (sorry, we could not resist) with this insane yet insanely cool jeep. It features Toy Story colors and graphics, has a pretend radio with character phrases and sound effects, and drives on hard surfaces and grass at five miles per hour.
Yes, your kid will go nuts for this Toy Story set of wheels. No, he or she won’t literally be able to go nuts, because it has power-lock brakes and parent-controlled, high-speed lockout. It seats two, and has a max weight of 130 pounds. It’s ideal for kids three to seven.
Yes, Toy Story 4 fans, get ready for your very own talking Buzz Lightyear. He delivers 15 phrases from the movie. And you can load up on other characters as well.
Kids ages four and up can build a stunt ramp, a ring of fire, and a motorcycle. And hey, it’s way safer than doing it in real life.
Buzz Lightyear (the car version) has to save Ducky and Bunny, and kids can recreate scenes from the movie and imagine their very own adventures.
Choose your favorite talking Toy Story character and have hours of zany fun.
Great for kids ages two and up, the Mr. Potato Head / Toy Story 4 mash-up lets kids mix and match the accessories to style Mr. Potato Head as Buzz Lightyear, Woody, ducky, and bunny.
This set includes Hot Wheels cars inspired by Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Bo-Peep, Forky, Ducky and Bunny, and Rex, great for kids three and older.
These 11 inch stuffed animals are scented, and conjoined.
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