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No fail. Birthdays or holidays, at least one of our three kids gets a gift that requires batteries. And more often than not, we are not prepared with the exact type of battery needed to make the toy work. And anyone with young kids can almost hear the whining or visualize the pouting little face when the toy can’t be immediately played with! How great would these occasions be if mom, dad, grandparent or friendly neighbor had all the necessary types of batteries on hand?
So give yourself a win-win the next time an electronic toy is received and be battery-ready. The next time the box reads “Batteries Required”, you will be totally prepared with the necessary double AA and triple AAA batteries!
And right now you can receive a $5 Walmart eGift card with your $15 Energizer®battery or lights purchase. Perfect for all those entertaining and educational toys that are only powered with batteries. And to help you be battery-ready, grab this printable gift checklist.
How to Have the Right Battery for Kids Electronic Toys
The next time you pick up an electronic toy, whether for a little kiddo or maybe the big kid in your life, swing by the battery aisle and get the battery required to power that device. And watch their happy face when the toy can be opened and played with immediately. Parent win, for sure!
Top Electronic Toys for Kids Ages 10 and Under
Kids (big and small) love interactive toys that move, speak, shake and dance. And they all require batteries! Check out these great toy ideas from Walmart AND the type of Energizer®batteries you may need to have on hand for them to be playtime-ready.
Scroll down to the bottom of this post to grab a printable list of gift + battery checklist!
Kids Tablet – requires two Energizer®AA batteries
Furry Friend Interactive Toy + Night Light – requires three Energizer®AAA batteries
Coding Robot – requires five Energizer®AAA batteries
Train Conductor Set – requires 2 Energizer®AA batteries
Toy Robot – requires 4 Energizer®AA batteries
Doodling Robot – requires 1 Energizer®AA battery
All Terrain Vehicle – requires 2 Energizer®AA batteries
Interactive Kitten – requires 3 Energizer®AAA batteries
Dancing Unicorn – requires 2 Energizer®AAA batteries
Hatching Koala – requires 2 Energizer®AA batteries
And for the big kid in your life, pick them up an Energizer® Headlights. Ideal for all those two-handed tasks around the house or outdoor activities like camping. With four variety of headlights to choose from, Energizer®Brand Headlights have the most useful range of lightweight and versatile lighting products designed.
Batteries Required! How to Always Have Batteries on Hand
Whether its a toy for a kiddo, an electronic toy for the big kid in your life or just your digital camera, get the long-lasting battery power you expect from Energizer® batteries to power all the devices in your life.
When a toy calls for long-lasting battery power, there are two great Energizer®batteries to keep in the pantry. Both can be found at your local Walmart store. And right now, you can grab a $5 Walmart eGift card with your $15 Energizer®battery or lights purchase.
Energizer MAX® is longest-lasting AA and AAA batteries yet. They hold up to 10 years of power while in storage, so you have power when you need it most.
Energizer® Ultimate Lithium™ has a leak-proof, safety-conscious design to protect those electronic devices against leaks and corrosion.
Energizer® batteries are the #1 longest-lasting battery! Each battery pack comes in AA and AAA forms. Energizer MAX® comes in AA and AAA 8 pack while Energizer® Ultimate Lithium™ is available in AA and AAA 4 pack.
stay organized with free printable gift + battery checklist
This handy gift list checklist is a great reminder to grab a pack of batteries with your next gift purchase.
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