Still don’t know what to get your kids? Here are some best toys of 2018

Good Day Dakota

The Christmas countdown has begun, and with only a few weeks left it’s time to start thinking of gift ideas for your children.

KX News wanted to find out what some of the most popular toys were this year.

Stores around the region are already starting to sell out of some of the best selling toys this year.
We spoke with Gordmans Store Manager, Bradley Auch, who says there is still time to get your child a great toy this Christmas.

He says Barbie and Hot Wheels are still some of the most popular toys he has seen so far. However, he says there has been a new contender called the “LOL Surprise Dolls” — that has been really trendy with kids as well.

If you are tight on cash this year he recommends “Real Wood Toys”. They are more affordable, but still very popular with children.

Auch says if you have been procrastinating Christmas shopping there is still hope.

“So unfortunately if we are sold out, we won’t be able to get it back in before the holiday. But we are fortunate enough this year that we got so many toys this year for guest to chose from so the options are still there,” says Auch.  

Auch adds that Gordmans will price match any of their toys. For a complete list of holiday gift ideas click here

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