What Are The Latest Crazes For Kids?
Our pick of the New Toy Crazes 2019. We look at new products, toy trends, best-selling toys and toy award winners for our list of toy crazes popular in 2019. If you can’t find any of these products locally, we’ve included links to Amazon [Disclosure].
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New Toy Crazes 2019 – Yellies
Voice-activated collectible spider – the louder you yell, the faster they go! Each Yellie has its own distinctive personality.
Cotton Candy container with scented foam putty that has a fluffy texture.
New Toy Crazes 2019 – Lil Gleemerz
New collectible from Mattel. The Lil Gleemerz are interactive toys with rainbow light-up tails, glowing eyes, and quirky sounds and phrases.
Bush Baby Mini Collectibles
New collectibles from the Bush Baby World range. Containing six surprises including a bush baby figure all inside the pod.
Little Lucky Lunchbox
New surprise lunchbox collectible with two foodie friends and two secrets inside. For ages 4+.
New Toy Crazes 2019 – Splishies
New squeeze toy, filled with water, glitter and charms which comes in six different characters. Fun to squish and splish about. Manufacturers age range, as displayed on Amazon, is 4-8 years. Note, these toys are not indestructible.
New range of collectible plush toys for use with the Lumo Stars app where you can scan your animal, name it and play games. Comes in a range of different animals – shown here in the dog.
Mighty Beans are little beans that actually come alive! There are 120 to collect in series one including rare ones. Available in singles, multi-pack (shown) and mega-packs. There is a new Fortnite edition too.
Treasure X Gold Dragons
Treasure X is a surprise-reveal collectible toy craze. It was a Christmas recommendation from Argos. Now available in Gold Dragons with cool figures and the chance to find real gold dipped treasure.
New Toy Crazes 2019 – Cutie Tooties
You’ll remember the Poopsie Unicorn Surprise which was a huge hit at Christmas. Now there’s the Cutie Tooties, a slime and unboxing experience with slime surprise and mystery character.
Moshi Monsters Egg Hunt
Remember the fabulous Moshi Monsters? Here’s their brand new Egg Hunt with 17 Moshlings – two of which are in surprise eggs. Great non-chocolate gift for Easter.
LOL was named Toy Of The Year at the recent TOTY awards. The new Makeover series includes Lils and Fuzzy Pets where you wash away the fuzz to reveal the pet! There’s also the new interactive live pets series. See all the latest LOL Surprise Dolls.
Toy Crazes 2019 – Hatchimals Mermal Magic
The ever-popular Hatchimals has launched new collectibles in their Colleggtibles range with a mermaid theme. Mermal Magic feature seashell-shaped eggs and colour-changing Hatchimals. Mermaids are looking big for 2019.
New Toy Crazes 2019 – Skwisheez
In 2018, there were lots of crazes that incorporated more than one toy trend or craze idea. And here is another. Skwisheez are a cross between squishies and stationery. New from Blue Sky Studios.
Harry Potter Fantastic Beasts LEGO Minifigures
The Fantastic Beasts minifigures were Collectible of the Year at the recent TOTY Awards.
Perhaps a puzzle craze will take off again in 2019? If so, this might be a contender. Flipside is a light up fidget challenge game where you flip to find the colour and slide to match the lights. New in 2018 and suitable for ages 8+.
Will Slime Stick Around in 2019?
Slime is still super-popular. Lots of ‘Slimers’ (yes, it’s a thing!) have their own recipes and command lots of attention on social media. However, at the time of writing, the very popular and well-priced Cra-Z-Slimy Creations is still in the list of top 100 best-selling toys and games on Amazon. If you’re starting out in slime, this is a good product to buy.
Elmer’s also does a slime starter pack complete with Clear Glue, Glitter Glue Pens and Magical Liquid Slime Activator Solution.
Toy Crazes Down The Years
Back in the day, it was the hula-hoop, Yo-Yo and the Rubik’s Cube. We had double-dutch skipping and hopscotch crazes too. For boys it was mostly trading cards and stickers.
More recently there were Squinkies, Loom Bands, Tsum Tsums, Zhu Zhu Pets, Silly bandz and Moshi Monsters. For 2019, it looks like collectible toys will remain very popular.
Also, you know a craze is a craze when it is banned from school. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s over. Lots of crazes are reinvented time and time again.
Children love new toy crazes
Children love a craze because they love novelty. If something’s new, they want it. Kids don’t have the same ability to wait for things. Sometimes this can be very frustrating for adults. This could be people on social media as well as real-life friends and acquaintances. If someone they admire has something, they may well want it to because they want to be like that person.
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