What Will Your Kids Want For Christmas?
The kids are back at school and so the Christmas Toy Lists from the top toy-sellers, websites, magazines and suppliers are starting to come through. Here we are with Christmas Toys John Lewis. Go to John Lewis’s website for more details but if you wish to check prices on Amazon, we’ve included links where possible [disclosure]
Brio Smart Tech Sound
One of the John Lewis Christmas Toys this year is the Brio Smart Tech Sound. For kids aged 3+, this is a 37-piece interactive set with battery-powered ‘record and play’ engine that automatically responds to Smart Tech accessories.
Botley Coding Robot 2.0
This is the next generation of the award-winning, remote control coding robot Botley. You can programme him to do a sequence of up to 150 steps and there’s fun interactions that transform Botley into a train, police car, ghost, and more. Screen-free coding – no tablet or phone required. For ages 5+.
Earth Heroes Book
The hardback edition of the Earth Heroes book is on John Lewis’ Christmas list for kids this year. Described on Amazon as ‘a stunning new and fully illustrated colour hardback edition of the timely and inspiring Earth Heroes – the ultimate gift for any aspiring climate activist’. Available from mid-October.
VTech Feathers and Feelings Peacock
The Feathers and Feelings Peacock from popular brand VTech is a brightly coloured musical toy with interactive, light-up features. For ages 2-5 years.
Monopoly Mega Edition
Just to note John Lewis has an exclusive version of this ‘mega’ monopoly set which includes John Lewis truck tokens. Below is the standard version which comes in a blue box. Huge game-board with 12 extra spaces, including eight new streets and skyscrapers! For ages 8+.
Also on the 2020 Christmas Toys John Lewis
Also included on the list is the new recycled scooter from Micro. Micro is a brand that has featured on the list in the past and the scooter this year is made from recycled fishing nets. Another product that features is ‘I Heard Your Feelings Conversation Cards’. This is a game that helps with emotional development for younger kids. We love the LEGO Gingerbread House – so Christmassy! Plus there is a Collector’s Doll for doll fans and a wooden baby walker for the younger ones.
Little Robin Red Vest
Last year, John Lewis included the very sweet wintery book ‘Little Robin Red Vest’ on their list of Christmas Toys. We’ve added a pic below with a link to Amazon. It would make a good edition to a Christmas Eve Book if you’re thinking of doing one this year.
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