Spider-Man Round-Up: 10 Toys and Treats for Your Web-Slinging Kid
From plush dolls and cool accessories to graphic tees and fun toys, recreating scenes from the movie will provide hours of play.
Our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is back!
Arriving in theaters Tuesday, our fave red and blue hero is swinging onto the big screen in his latest film, The Amazing Spider-Man.
Tweens will get all wrapped up in the 3-D flick, so why not surprise them with a few fan favorites they’ll love even after the credits stop rolling. From comfy pillows and cool accessories to graphic tees and fun toys, they’ll relive the fun.
What better way to watch the action than cuddled up with Target’s Spiderman Pillow ($19)? The plush plaything is perfect for catching a few zzzs!
Got a true fanatic on your hands? Let him dress the part (again and again!) with P.S. from Aeropostale‘s collection of graphic tops, including the Skyline Tee ($10).
It’s Spiderman to the rescue! Your tot can control the character’s moves — and take him for a spin! — with Silverlit‘s Spiderman Action Quad ($50).
Keep all their pint-size possessions safe with Delta Childrens Products’ Spiderman Multi-Bin Toy Organizer ($35). They’ll go crazy over the bright colors and cool designs, while you’ll love the extra storage space.
Even Spiderman needs a cooldown. Luckily, he can still keep his eyes peeled under water with Marvel Character Goggles ($14).
Hats off to the web-slinging hero! Polish off his Spiderman style with New Era‘s Youth All Over Cap ($25), which highlights the comic book star’s signature moves.
When your own high-flying super hero is ready to call it a day, help her wind down — and catch up on the original action tale — with The Amazing Spiderman ($4).
He’s on the move! From their sturdy soles to the eye-catching design, Stride Rite‘s Marvel Spiderman Flip Flops ($20) are a webstastic addition to his summer outfit.
With great power comes great responsibility. Let your kids channel their inner Peter Parker’s wise words with an easy-to-read Spiderman Digital Watch ($25). Who wouldn’t want to check the time with such a cool wristband?
Is there some shady business going on around town? Block out the sun with Junkfood‘s Spiderman Sunglasses ($15), which protect their mini peepers from harmful rays.
— Anya Leon