Aldi Australia is launching a very modern range of children’s toys including a vlogger playset, a DJ deck and a recycling centre.
The affordable range is designed for “the budding remixers and influencers of tomorrow” and will be available as part of the retailer’s offering. Special purchases sale on Wednesday June 1st.
There’s also a collection of more classic toys like wooden buses and boats, kitchen utensils, puzzles, games and even a “bad loser” edition of Monopoly that won’t break the bank.
Aldi Australia is set to launch a range of modern toys for children, including a wooden DJ turntable (pictured), a tech set and a vlogger kit
Among the offerings are a range of wooden roleplay sets, including a vlogger kit (pictured left) with a tripod, ring light, camera, and smartphone and computer setup laptop (pictured right) for $14.99 each
For little conservationists, there are two wooden recycling playsets for $29.99
Among the offerings are a range of wooden role play sets including a complete DJ deck with fake headphones, vlogger kit with fake tripod, ring light, camera and smart phone setup and laptop for $14.99 each.
For little conservationists, there are two wooden recycling play sets for $29.99 and budding young chefs can practice with five different types of food sets for $12.99 each.
Smart minds can keep busy with the $7.99 building sets that come in the form of shoes, trees, and rockets.
There’s a wooden tram, ferry (pictured left) and double-decker bus (pictured right) with an adorably classic design priced at $29.99 each
Toddlers will love the shape sorting trucks (pictured left) for $14.99 each and budding young chefs can practice with five types of play food sets (pictured right) for 12, $99 each.
There’s an assorted line of board games for $19.99, including Monopoly’s Sore Losers Edition (pictured left) and assorted Lego City playsets (pictured right) for $24.99 each.
Toddlers will love the shape-sorting trucks for $14.99 each and there’s a wooden tram, ferry and double-decker bus with adorably classic designs for $29.99 each.
There is a diverse range of $19.99 board games, including the painful Losers edition of Monopoly where players are rewarded for going to jail, going bankrupt, and paying taxes and rent.
Other items in the deals include assorted Lego City playsets and Fish Price toys for $24.99 each, plus Sylvanian Family sets from $16.99 and modeling clay kits for $12.99 $.
The new children’s range will be available in stores and online – the shopper can see when their favorite items will be in stock at their local Aldi from the Special Buys Delay page here.
Aldi Australia’s new range of affordable children’s toys
• Wooden skill building sets, $7.99 ea.
• Licensed wooden puzzles 5 pk, $8.99 ea.
• Wooden Stamp Crafts, $9.99
• Die-cast trailer set, $9.99
• Impossible puzzles, $9.99 ea.
• Wooden food sets, $12.99 ea.
• Dough sets, $12.99
• Wooden role play sets, $14.99
• Shape sorting vehicles, $14.99 each
• Playgo Petcare sets, $14.99 ea.
• Sylvanian Families Daycare, $16.99
• Assorted board games, $19.99 each
• Monopoly Sore Losers Edition, $19.99
• Lego City Assorted Playsets, $24.99 ea.
• Lego storage head, $24.99
• Fisher-Price play sets, $24.99 ea.
• FurReal Pealots, $24.99 ea.
• Book puppies, $29.99 ea.
• Wooden Recycling Center, $29.99
• Iconic wooden ferry, bus or tram, $29.99 ea.
• Minecraft Zombie Book Set, $56.99
Earlier this year, Kmart caused a stir among shoppers when it unveiled its $13 wooden vlogger game, which many said would force kids to grow up too fast.
The playset was designed to follow kids who dream of “vlogging” – or video blogging – like their idols on YouTube, which is now considered a worthy occupation.
The six-piece set includes a drawstring canvas backpack, cell phone, camera, selfie stick, ring light, and tripod.
Kmart has caused a divide among parents with the launch of their latest $13 wooden Vlogger playset that includes a backpack, cell phone, camera, selfie stick, ring light and tripod.
“Toddlers will love pretending to take photos, photos and make videos with this wooden vlogger set,” reads the Kmart product description.
When the product was recently announced, Australian parents immediately took to Instagram to share their thoughts on the Kmart playset.
Many have shared that the playset is a fun idea for kids who dream of becoming vloggers themselves one day.
Many parents think the set is fun for kids who dream of becoming vloggers themselves, but many weren’t impressed with the playset and think it will make kids grow up too fast.
‘I love it haha! My daughter dreams of being a vlogger and would have so much fun with this set,” one mum commented.
“Wooden vlogger game is amazing, well done Kmart,” another woman wrote.
Although some parents weren’t impressed with the “cringe” playset and said it would make their kids grow up too fast.
Kmart’s sells a full line of wooden playsets, including the Work From Home Set (pictured left), Sushi Set, Babychino Set, Adventure Set (pictured right), Juicer Set and more.
‘Seriously, you want your little one to start acting like an Instagram star! What about mud pies and sand castles? This is what’s wrong with the world,’ one mum wrote.
‘Not impressed with this Kmart attempt! The vlogger set will give kids a bad idea at such a young age,” another wrote.
Kmart’s sells a whole range of wooden games for kids, including the Work From Home Set, Sushi Set, Babychino Set, Adventure Set, Juicer Set and more.