Popular How to Train Your Dragon Toys & Bedroom Decor for those Little Big Fans
In 2010 the popular 3D movie “How to Train Your Dragon” hit the big screen. The film is loosely based on a book written in 2003 of the same name. There are many books in the series.
How to Train Your Dragon (1) released in 2010How to Train Your Dragon 2 released in 2014 and guess what, the third release for the Franchise was in 2018.
Here you’ll find some of the popular toys related to the film that children frequently bug mommy and daddy about.
For those who may not be aware, the movie’s storyline centers around a mythical Viking named “Hiccup” who dreams of becoming a dragon slayer like those in his tribe. He feels that if he slays a dragon, he’ll have a better chance of gaining acceptance amongst his clan.
What happens, of course, is that Hiccup is unwilling to slay the dragon, and Hiccup and the dragon become friends.
How to Train Your Dragon Playset Fire Breathing Night Fury
Kids can’t get enough of imaginary play with interactive playsets. This “How to Train Your Dragon Playset” offers hours of creative fun for those little ones who like to invent their own play stories.
This “How to Train Your Dragon Playset” contains Hiccup and Toothless.
Toothless will provide the kids with lots of fun with motion-activated sound effects. The wings will retract as they fly toothless through the air. Pushing the button on his back creates a “play version” of a fireball.
Add the featured ‘How to Train Your Dragon Bedding Set’ to this Toy, and you’ve got an ideal gift combination.
Or, start with the bedding decor and keep adding ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ toys for other special occasions.
Dreamworks Movie Series
How to Train Your Dragon Toy – Monstrous Nightmare Action Figure
The wings snap nicely in place on this toy.
It has a flapping action. When you shake this toy, the wings will flap, and the head and neck are also moveable.
Collectors of the “How to Train Your Dragon” movie sometimes purchase these to hang from their ceilings as “collectible decorations” – Makes a great gift idea for a child’s bedroom.
The hat and shield are made out of thick, durable plastic. Kids who love to pretend to be a Viking will enjoy wearing this hat and using the shield to imitate all the moves a Viking makes. It’s very durable with no sharp edges. Little kids can have hours of fun inventing play skits and stories
Dreamworks Movie Series
How To Train Your Dragon Movie Mini Talking Plush Night Fury
Night Fury, of course, is a character from the movie.
It’s dark blue plush figure is approximately 5″ in length. When you tap or shake the plush toy, your child will hear a crashing, almost howling sound.
These items make an ideal gift when you’re looking for a token piece or something a little more affordable in the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ line of toys. This gift is suitable for children five years old and up. It makes a lovely addition to a ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ themed bedroom. Put it on the bed as a soft plush focal point to add to the plush look of a bed set.
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