In the age of iPhones, 10 free toys to keep your kids entertained

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Fisher-Price is launching iPhone applications for preschoolers, which shouldn't surprise anyone with an iPhone and a restless child. After all, not every kid reads the New York Times.

While the apps are only 99 cents or $1.99, an iPhone is expensive to run for a year. So in WalletPop's mission to save consumers money, we thought it would be fun to come up with a list of free toys to keep your children entertained, and to explore the benefits of low-tech toys vs. instant electronic gratification.