I saw it how many times played by the students in school and along the side walk of the streets. My daughter asks me if she can have that toy, it is a toy for the boys and I strictly disagree to buy. After having her report card in school, I was amazed for the grades are mostly outstanding and only one very satisfactory so I decided to reward her the "Bakugan" toy or the so-called burst egg. First, I bought the smaller one then my sister-in-law told me that there is another size so I bought again, and for this time two pieces of "Bakugan" toy. A kid impression of course very happy. Nowadays I seldom buy toys for her unless it came from a happy meal of Mc Donalds and I don't granted my daughter a toy, if she had good grades instead I treat her for a dine. I encourage my daughter to save the money every time her godparents and our relatives give her a cash gift in order to practice the value of money.