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If you are looking for Harry Potter™ Toys for your children, you’re going to love today’s post.

Two sets of Harry Potter figurines in  their original boxes.

Our kids LOVE the HARRY POTTER movie and they love playing Harry Potter. In fact, we have costumes for the kids to dress up like the Harry Potter characters (He had his “Harry Potter look” down…from the smile all the way down to the shoes.)

A small boy standing on brick steps dressed up as Harry Potter.

When I first saw these film-inspired dolls for kids ages 6 & up and I knew that our kids would love them. It’s the perfect way to bring Harry Potter and his friends back to Hogwarts!

Two Harry Potter figurines placed next to each other.

The Harry Potter Doll is so lifelike…
A Harry Potter figurine in its original box.

Our kids were taking turns between Harry Potter and Ron Weasley.   Ron actually looks just like his character (and, of course, a lot like his siblings, with that red hair).

“I’m the sixth in our family to go to Hogwarts. You could say I’ve got a lot to live up to.” —Ron Weasley

A Ronald Weasley figurine in its original box.
Our kids have always been a fan of Harry Potter, and I’ve always been a fan of imaginative play in children, so these were perfect. I had to share them with you, especially with the holidays not far away. (I’m always trying to think of fun ideas that will spark creative play.)

Two children playing with  Harry Potter and  Hermione Granger figurines.

When our kids saw them, the first thing that they noticed was Harry’s scar and the fact that his glass, robe & wand could be removed:
A close up of a Harry Potter figurine.

I also love that the characters have eleven “joints” — in the neck, shoulders, hips, knees, elbows, and wrists.  They certainly “Wingardium Leviosa!” if they couldn’t move their arms.

Two children playing with Harry Potter figurines on wooden steps.
Our kids recreated so many scenes from the movie before moving onto their very own puppet show.

A young girl holding up two Harry Potter figurines above her head.

All of the dolls come with their own personalized wands and Hogwarts uniform. This is great being that The INTERNATIONAL STATUE OF SECRECY has their own guidelines on what Harty, Ron and all wizards should wear when they are around Muggles like us. ;). It’s a good thing the robe comes off because it would be a giveaway that they were wizards!

A Ronald Weasley figurine.

We are working on collecting all of the characters since HARRY POTTER and his friends are better together!   They are available at Walmart.   Purchase here. 


Plus… we plan on taking our new friends back to their home… during our next visit back to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter:

A group of kids dressed up as Harry Potter standing in front of a bus.

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Hi there!

I’m Becky, a former elementary school teacher turned certified child development therapist and blogger. I work at home with my husband and together we are raising (and partially homeschooling) our four children in the Carolinas. I love diet coke, ice cream, and spending time with my family.

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  1. What a great activity! Thank you for your inspiration to others! Although my son is just two years I plan on making an activity like this for him

  2. This is a wonderful idea! My kids love Harry Potter and I always encourage imaginative play and like toys for them that does just that. I recently purchased the Little Tikes Forrest Friends Tent from Target and they loved it. You should definitely check it out for the kiddos!