Amazon’s Top Ten Toys For Christmas

By | 03/09/2019

What Will Your Kids Want For Christmas?

Here’s the Amazon Christmas Toy List 2019. There are ten top toys on the list this year. These are the products that major online retailer Amazon is predicting will be the must-have toys this coming Christmas. All links go to Amazon [disclosure].

Pictionary Air – Amazon Christmas List

We love Pictionary but this new version is something completely different. You download the free app, point the in-app camera at the illustrator and they’ll appear, along with their sketch, on the screen of your smart device. You can record your performance and play it back for more laughs in between rounds!

Bank Attack

New from John Adams and one of the Amazon top toys for Christmas 2019. Bank Attack is a game for 2-4 players aged 7+ where you have five minutes to pull off the heist of the century and win the 50 million. There are five levels to play.

Harry Potter Dobble

Dobble is always near the top of best-selling toys on Amazon. This Harry Potter version is new for 2019 and adds a new dimension to the game for all Potter fans. The perfect stocking filler.

LOL Surprise OMG Doll

LOL Surprise Dolls have been going as long as we’ve been producing this toy blog. There are four of the new OMG dolls to collect. They are Barbie-type fashion dolls with plenty of surprises.

Treasure X Aliens

Treasure X Aliens have featured on our page of Toy Crazes for a little while now. This new single pack alien has a 12-step surprise reveal.

Blume Doll

New surprise collectible doll for 2019. Just add water to see your Blume Doll grow. With brilliant over the top hair and accessories. Also features on the Argos Christmas Toy List 2019.

Linkimals Smooth Moves Sloth

For babies aged nine months plus. Who can resist this sloth from Fisher Price? He bobs his head and features fun sounds, lights and music. See more toys for babies.

Owleez

New from Spinmaster, the people behind Hatchimals. Owleez are – they say – the first interactive pet that you can teach to fly! Kids will love taking care of their new little friend who is able to express their needs and responds to touch. Also features on the Argos Christmas Toy List 2019.

Boppi The Booty Shakin’ Llama

The Llama craze keeps on going. For instance, new from Pets Alive is Boppi, the booty shaking llama. Boppi dances to three songs as well as doing head spinning motions too. Suitable for children aged 2 years and over.

Juno My Baby Elephant

One of the Amazon Top Ten Toys for Christmas 2019. Juno is an adorable elephant and a very sophisticated interactive toy. This baby elephant has a lifelike animated trunk that responds to touch. And Juno’s personality grows as you pet and play with her. She giggles, makes funny sounds and swings her trunk.

What was on the Amazon Christmas Toy List last year?

Here’s the full list of toys on Amazon’s list in 2018:

Paw Patrol Fire Truck

Boxer the Robot

Barbie Ambulance

Nerf Laser Ops Pro-Alphapoint

Poopsie Slime Unicorn

Strictly Board Game

Harry Potter LEGO Hogwarts

Wrapples

Chow Crown

LOL Bigger Surprise

 

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