How To Spend It Well At Christmas

By | 05/12/2019

Top Toys For Christmas

How To Spend It Well At Christmas is on ITV1. The first show was all about gadgets including scooters and hoverboards, the second featured must have toys for Christmas. It featured Stocking Fillers, Remote Control Cars, Connected Play Toys, Games, Dressing Up and Interactive Animal Toys.


How To Spend It Well At Christmas – Hatchimals Wow

Every time you wake the Llalacorn (it’s part unicorn, part llama) it wakes in one of ten surprise moods. It is the biggest Hatchimals yet. There are over 250 sounds and reactions. For ages 5+.

Pictionary Air

Pictionary Air is undoubtedly one of the top games this Christmas. It is on Hamley’s Top Ten Toys for Christmas and also one of Amazon’s picks too. Named one of This Morning’s Top 12 Toys For Christmas 2019. For ages 8+.

The Slow Motion Race Game

The Slow Motion Race Game came second in the family tests. It’s not the fastest but the slowest who wins!

Bank Attack

Bank Attack also featured on last night’s How To Spend It Well At Christmas. Named Best Family Game in the Mums Choice Awards 2019 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.

How To Spend It Well At Christmas – Rizmos

New from Tomy, the Rizmos are cute musical interactive plush toys that love to play. You can even sing a tune and Rizmo will sing it back to you. Comes in Berry, Aqua and Snow colours with six to collect but you don’t know which one you’ve got until you help it evolve. One of the Dream Toys 2019. Came top in the animal toys category in How To Spend It Well at Christmas 2019.

How To Spend It Well At Christmas – Owleez

Owleez was in the Animal Toys segment. Owleez features on the Argos Christmas Toy List 2019 and is one of Amazon’s Top Ten Toys For Christmas 2019. Also winner of Best Robot Toy in the Made For Mums Toy Awards 2019 and named one of This Morning’s Top 12 Toys For Christmas 2019. One of the Dream Toys 2019.

How To Spend It Well At Christmas – Nestlings

These cute little Nestlings need love and care to help them with their super sweet surprise.

Juno Baby Elephant

Juno The Elephant was tested by the junior testers in the show. This is one of the Amazon Top Ten Toys for Christmas 2019 and one of This Morning’s Top Twelve Toys For Christmas.

Boppi The Booty Shakin’ Llama

We saw Boppi shaking his stuff on How To Spend It Well At Christmas. Features on the Christmas top toy lists 2019 of four of the biggest toy retailers – Amazon, Argos, Smyths and Tesco and is the winner of a number of international toy awards. Also one of This Morning’s Top Twelve Toys For Christmas.

What’s in the Box?

This games gets you to challenge your family to guess what’s in the box. Fill it with household items and put your hands inside to guess by feel. Includes timer, scorecards and instructions.

LEGO Hidden Side

Stacey and the boys trialled the LEGO connected play experience with the paranormal bus. Includes six figures and cool tech details. Build the bus then use the app to extend the experience. One of Hamley’s Top Ten Toys for Christmas 2019.

Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak

This official Warner Bros. Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak Costume perfectly replicates the original Harry Potter cloak’s magical effects. Save photos or video to your smartphone or tablet. Winner of the Blogger’s Choice Awards at the BlogOn Toy Awards 2019 and runner up in the Imaginative Play Category of the 2019 Rainbow Toy Awards.

How To Spend It Well At Christmas – Llamas

As well as Boppi the Llama, the Fortnite Llama Pinata was on How To Spend It Well At Christmas. This 63cm tall Jumbo Llama Pinata includes 100 pieces. Tear it open, dig through the confetti and reveal your loot. For Fortnite fans aged 8+. One of the Hot 20 Holiday Toys on the US website Toy Insider.

Roblox Figurines

Join six famous characters from the world of Roblox and create your own imaginative adventures.

Stretchy Poo

As voted one of the Top Stocking Fillers on How To Spend It Well At Christmas.

Fart Ninja

Featuring ten realistic fart sounds!

Dino Slime

Turns water in to gooey slime. Includes two dinosaurs.

Untamed Snakes

New from the people behind the Fingerlings monkeys and dinosaurs, these are the untamed snakes. They react to sound, motion and touch but watch out, they also lunge.

How To Spend It Well At Christmas – Goo Jit Zu

The Heroes of Goo Jit Zu are the squishiest, stretchiest and gooiest action figures. For ages 4+. They came out as one of the top stocking fillers on How To Spend It Well At Christmas. This is also one of the top new toy crazes.

Capsule Chix

Capsule Chix was in the Stocking Fillers segment. Also features on our page of the Latest Toy Crazes. Build your own ‘one of a kind’ fashion doll. There are also five surprises in the capsule.

What else was in How To Spend It Well At Christmas?

We also spotted dressing up clothes and remote control cars. The top remote control car was Monster Jam Grave Digger which is on our list of Must Have Toys 2020. Llamas featured strongly this year: we saw Boppi The Llama as well as the Fortnite Llama Pinata and Hatchimals Wow which is half-llama, half-unicorn.

What featured in episode one?

The first episode of How To Spend It Well At Christmas this year featured gadgets including electric scooters and hoverboards. These would make good Presents for Teenagers who are notoriously hard to buy for at Christmas.

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