December is upon us and if you're a parent you're probably already tuned in to what all the kids are after this year. If not, here are five popular options for kids this year for a variety of price and age ranges.

Furby

Furby is back! Kids of the nineties might find themselves buying this — dare I say retro — toy for their own kids. Supposedly they're hard to find this season, but Target has a whole selection of them in all sorts of colors for $54 each, and they ship for free. Plus, they make it easy for you to determine whether your favorite Furby is available in store. See Target's whole Furby Collection here.

Angry Birds Star Wars

Angry Birds made a come back last month with the premiere of the Angry Birds Star Wars game. And your kids can even play Angry Birds without the aid of your iPhone; check out these Angry Birds Star Wars playsets available at Toys 'R' Us. All this week, they're 20% off, no coupon needed. The pictured Angry Birds Tatooine set is marked down from $19.99 to just $15.99, making it for an affordable and fun gift for kids and adults.

Yo Gabba Gabba! Boom Box Theater

Have a littler kid on your shopping list? They'll love the Yo Gabba Gabba! Boom Box Theater based on the cool and colorful TV show. Featuring Muno, Brobee, Foofa, and Toodee, this boombox plays fun songs from the show and opens up to reveal a fun playset. It's $34.99 at Ty's Toy Box, but you can use coupon code THANKYOU15 to take the price down to $29.74.

LeapPad 2

Tech toys are all the rage for kids this year, but if you're not ready to hand them an iPad, consider the LeapPad 2 from LeapFrog. This tablet is geared towards ages 3 through 9 and there is a vast selection of games, eBooks, videos, music, and more that you can add to it. LeapPad2 bundles start at $99.99 and ship for free now through December 6.

Wii U

Older kids no doubt have their eye on the Wii U. To make the most of your money, consider buying it bundled; the Wii U Bundle at Walmart comes with the game console, a remote control, and your choice of one of eighteen games ranging from kid friendly to appealing for teens and adults. The bundle sells for $389 and ships for free.