Must Have Toys Christmas 2019

By | 16/10/2019

Top Toys From The Biggest Retailers

Take a look at the Must Have Toys Christmas 2019. Must Have Toys are new or trending toys that kids really want. As parents we know how hard it is to keep up with the kids in today’s world. Thanks to social media, children have far deeper insights in to new toys and know what’s around way before the adults do!

We trawl through the Christmas Lists from the Top Retailers and look at the Toy Awards and recommendations from suppliers, trade bodies and parenting blogs to see what’s likely to be on their Christmas lists 2019. Lots of the supermarkets have big reductions on toys at this time of year: Sainsburys’ half price toy sale starts this week and Tesco also has deals on big name brands. Some of the must have toys on the Christmas lists of the big toy retailers are exclusives so check their websites for more details. In case you can’t find any of these presents locally or just want to check prices, we include links to Amazon. Must Have Toys is an Amazon Associate which means we earn through qualifying purchases made via links on this page.

THIS BLOG POST IS FROM 2019. SEE OUR PICKS OF THE MUST HAVE TOYS 2020.

Must Have Toys Christmas 2019 – Furreal Cubby Bear

Cubby Bear is a new interactive and lifelike toy for children aged four years and over. He is on the Christmas List at Argos and also one of Smyths Top Toys For Christmas 2019. Voted the Top interactive/Tech toy at the 2019 BlogOn Toy Awards. Named one of the Hot 20 Holiday Toys by US toy site The Toy Insider.

LEGO Harry Potter Knight Bus

The Harry Potter Knight Bus LEGO set for ages 8+ is one of the picks for Christmas 2019 from Argos and on the 2019 Christmas Toy List from Smyths.

Harry Potter also features on this Dobble set on the Christmas List from Amazon. See other great games to take on holiday.

LEGO Hidden Side Paranormal Intercept Bus

And LEGO also features on the Hamleys Top Ten Toys For Christmas 2019 with the Hidden Side Paranormal Bus for ages 8+.

And also with the LEGO Rocket Assembly set (part of the City LEGO range) for ages 7 and over which features on the John Lewis Christmas Toy List 2019.

Must Have Toys Christmas 2019 – Boppi The Llama

Boppi The Booty Shakin’ Llama, from Pets Alive, dances along to music. Suitable for children aged 2 years and over. Is on the Christmas Lists of Argos and Smyths and is one of Amazon’s Top Ten Toys For Christmas 2019.

Owleez

Owleez is a baby owl you can teach to fly for ages 6+. See our pick of the latest toys for children aged 5-7 years. Features on the Amazon Christmas Toy List and the Argos Christmas Toy List 2019. Named Best Robot Toy in the Made For Mums Toy Awards 2019.

Tonies Start Box

This is a new audio system for children.  Just upload audiobooks and let them listen along. Features on the John Lewis Christmas Toy List and chosen as Best Interactive Toy at the Made For Mums Toy Awards 2019.

Must Have Toys Christmas 2019 – LOL Surprise!

LOL Surprise dolls and playsets feature on a number of the lists of Must Have Toys Christmas 2019.

The LOL Glamper playset for children of six years and over includes 55+ surprises. Features on the Argos Christmas List. Winner of the Best Playset category in the annual awards from parenting website Made For Mums.

The LOL Surprise OMG fashion dolls feature on the Amazon Top Ten Toys For Christmas 2019.

The LOL Winter Disco Chalet House is on the Christmas List of Hamleys. LOL Surprise has been a big Toy Craze for a couple of years. See more of the latest Toy Crazes on our dedicated page.

The LOL Winter Disco Bigger Surprise is exclusive to Amazon, the LOL Winter Disco Bigger Surprise includes 60+ never-before-seen surprises including a limited edition exclusive Family. Pre-order available now.

Gravitrax Starter Set XXL

Gravitrax is a track construction set for kids of eight and over. Chosen as Best Construction Toy in the BlogOn Toy Awards 2019 and on the 2019 Christmas List from John Lewis. It is an Amazon Choice Toy.

Must Have Toys Christmas 2019 – Nerf Fortnite

Nerf always features on the Christmas Toy Lists. This year, there are two that are inspired by Fortnite for kids of 8 and over: The Nerf Fortnite RL is on the Christmas Toy List of Hamleys and the AR-E is on Smyths Christmas Toy List, exclusive to their shop. See our pick of toys for children aged 9-11 years.

Coding Critters

Coding STEM toy for ages 4-8 years. One of Hamley’s Top Ten Toys for Christmas 2019 and on the STEM 10 Holiday Gift Guide from US site The Toy Insider.

Paw Patrol Mighty Pups Super Paw Jet

New Paw Patrol playset for ages three years and over. One of the toys on the Argos Christmas Toy List 2019 and also on the Christmas Toy List from Smyths. See our pick of toys for pre-school children aged 3-4 years.

Pictionary Air

A reboot of the iconic Pictionary family game for age 8+. Features on the Christmas Toy Lists from Amazon and Hamleys. See our other picks of the top Family Games.

Blume Doll

New surprise collectible doll with over the top hair and accessories for ages three years plus. See our pick of toys for ages 3-4 years. Features on the Christmas lists of Argos and Amazon. There’s also a Blume Doll playset out soon!

Linkimals Smooth Moves Sloth

Adorable new toy for babies aged nine months plus. Features on the Christmas Toy Lists of both Hamleys and Amazon. See our pick of other baby and toddler toys.

 

How can you predict the Must Have Toys Christmas 2019?

Must have toys are new or trending toys which is very desirable. However, children don’t find the things they want in toy shops any more. Neither do they get their present ideas from TV ads. Social media – particularly YouTube – is the big driver for the best toys for Christmas.

It’s very hard to predict what will be the next big trend. However, there are plenty of toys and games that have stood the test of time. Others  reinvent themselves to remain relevant in a fast-moving world.

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