The Latest Toy Crazes For Kids
Here’s our pick of the New Toy Crazes 2020. These are the coolest new toys we think will be popular for boys and girls in 2020. Toy Crazes are often smaller collectible toys that build around a theme such as unwrapping, slime, unicorns, aliens or dinosaurs. They are sometimes referred to as ‘playground crazes’. Toy trends often build on ideas from games, YouTube videos or follow TV shows, for example Fortnite. Here’s the latest, most-wanted on-trend toys and crazes we’ve heard about. Grown-ups – if you can’t find any of these products locally, we’ve included links to Amazon [Disclosure].
With nine surprises to find!
BFF Bright Fairy Friends
New surprise collectible fairies with motion-activated twinkle lights. There are 12 in the first series. For ages 3+.
Treasure X Sunken Gold
Single packs of the new Treasure X Sunken Gold Surprises. Smash the bottle to reveal the surprises inside. For ages 6+.
Each doll features colourful patented ‘Magicurl’ hair. You can stretch the hair to create amazing, tight curls and style with cute hair accessories.
Glitter Gelli Baf
Turns your bathwater into a glittery jelly bath. It’s all eco-friendly and biodegradeable.
Hatchimals Cosmic Candy
New from Hatchimals, the Cosmic Candy multi-pack with mystery features and reusable eggs.
Smashers Ice Age
New Smashers Ice Age surprise coming soon!
Polly Pocket Hotel
New from this well-loved brand is the Pollyville Hotel.
New Toy Crazes 2020 – Roblox
LEGO Dots Bracelet
Creative DIY bracelet from LEGO. Extra tiles are available.
Surprise Vet Rescue Polar Bear Family
New surprise collectable from Scruff-a-luv. For ages 5+.
New Toy Crazes 2020 – Bakugan
New Bakugan collectible transforming figure. For ages 6+.
Meet the Vet Squad, a sassy squad of intrepid explorers who are always ready to race to the rescue.
I Dig Monsters
Dig to find the figure with a cool colour change surprise!
Harry Potter Magical Capsule
New HP surprise collectable with seven surprises including a Hogwarts character.
LOL Surprise OMG Fashion Dolls (series 3)
Third series of the OMG fashion dolls with four new characters to collect. Comes with one doll and 20 surprises. Not suitable for kids under three years. On the list of Top 12 Toys for Christmas 2020 from Argos.
LOL Lights Glitter
New for 2020 from the Let’s Be Friends range.
Oh My Gif
New collectables to represent all your favourite gifs.
New for 2020 – two pod capsule pack from the very popular unstoppable beanz.
Water-reveal surprise doggies!
Hexbug Micro Creatures
Little robotic bugs with a bouncing tail and free-swinging claws. For the over-8s, requires batteries.
New Toy Crazes 2020 – Cave Club Dolls
As seen on YouTube, the Cave Club dolls are prehistoric BFFs. There are five characters to collect. For ages 5+.
Kinetic Sand Buried Treasure
Use one of three mystery hidden tools to dig for three coins. For ages 3+
LEGO Minifigures Series 20
Single, random pack containing one of 16 characters in the new series 20 of the Minifigures range. Our personal favourite is the Peapod Costumed figure!
Perform extreme stunts and jumps with Fly Wheels. Jumps up to nine metres. Recommended age range 8-11 years.
Shown here in Lola The Pink Tie Dye Unicorn. For ages 3+.
44 Cats Figures
These are 7cm figures from the popular 44 Cats cartoon.
Series Four of the Cutetitos features fruit wraps.
Baby Born Surprise
Now in series four. Over ten exciting surprises and there are 12 to collect.
New Toy Crazes 2020 – Treasure X Alien Eggs
Break open the hard outer shell to discover a squishy alien egg inside Squeeze to hatch and watch it explode
The new surprise Purrista dolls come in their own coffee cup with 12 to collect.
Little mermaids who live in a shell. Magically opens with water. With five surprises. Supervised play for ages 3+.
Superzings series 5
The Superzings are now in series 5. This is a blister pack with ten figurines including one super-rare one.
Hairdorables Series 4
Scented doll with 11 surprises inside!
FgTeeV Giant Mystery TV Collectible
Based on the very successful YouTube channel and filled with surprises including a collectible mystery figure, photo- reactive putty, a mini black light and vinyl stickers. For ages 3+
LOL Surprise Car
New from the ever-popular LOLs, this is the new Car-Pool Coupe with surprise pool and dancefloor. Includes one exclusive tot doll. Has adjustable seats so sits the LOL Surprise dolls as well as the OMG dolls.
Pokemon Sword and Shield
The new Sword and Shield Build and Battle box from Pokemon.
New Toy Crazes 2020 – Power Pux Challenge Pack
One of the Hero Toys 2020. You can play, collect and trade the Power Pux. This is a challenge pack where you can play against your friends. Includes a launcher, Pux cups, target and five Pux discs.
Heroes of Goo Jit Zoo – Marvel Superheroes
The stretchiest, gooiest and squishiest Superheroes ever from the Goo Jit Zoo range. For kids aged 4+. See other new toy crazes. One of the Hero Toys 2020. See more of the New Must Have Toys 2020.
Treasure X Fire vs Ice
All-new eruption unboxing experience from Treasure X. This is the new version for 2020.
Add water and shake up a surprise cloud creation experience that kids will love.
LEGO Friends Playcube
New collectible from LEGO with 36 pieces, one doll and a surprise pet. Great gift to take to a birthday party for ages 6+. There are five to collect.
Na Na Na Surprise
New unboxing surprise doll which features a real balloon that you inflate and then pop to find your confetti surprise. There are six to collect in series one.
New Toy Crazes 2020 – Hatching Toothless Dragon
Hatch your own baby dragon and play interactive games with this hatching dragon from ‘How to train your dragon’.
Now available in series three!
Pikmi Pops Doughmis Surprise Pack
Crack the centre of the donut to reveal a cute and squishy Jelly Pikmi hidden inside.
Latest Toy Crazes – Jurassic World Snap Squad
Little dinosaur collectables where the mouth of each figure opens to “snap on” to fingers, clothing and other accessories.
New collectible dolls with amazing hair!
Hyper-real, speedy bugs who you can collect, battle and race. Each bug has different speeds, designs and movements.
New Toy Crazes 2020 – Fuzzikins
New creative toy where you decorate the character. Winner of the Best Art/Craft Toy in the annual toy awards from parenting website Made For Mums.
And now there’s also Rubik’s Edge with just the one side to deal with – surely this must be easier?!
Will Slime Stick Around?
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. If you’re starting out with slime, it’s a good idea to buy a kit. This glitter set from Elmer’s is one of the best-selling kits on Amazon at the moment. No extra ingredients are required. Always supervise slime play.
Here’s the Mega Slime set from the National Geographic brand which eight varieties of slime and putty including pre-made magnetic putty, fluffy slime, glow-in-the-dark putty, liquid slime, colour-changing putty, snotty slime, bouncing putty and DIY glow-in-the-dark slime lab.
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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