Cold weather is upon us and you know what that means – time to get that Christmas prep started.
Instead of falling into the classic trap of leaving toy shopping for the last desperate minute, or worse, just guessing what Santa could bring your kids this year why not do your research now and take a look at some of the top toys of the year?
To help with the Christmas shopping, Hamleys has put together a list of the best toys that will be topping the Christmas lists of children up and down the country.
From new versions of classic board games to scooters and nerf guns for various outdoor shenanigans, here’s what Hamleys have down as the top toys for Christmas 2020…
Ferrari is offering kids between the ages of three and five the chance to zoom around on their very own set of hot wheels.
Not only can your kids say they technically have their own Ferrari, but the wheels light up and the scooter folds for easy storage and transport.
It can change into three different vehicles and five different living areas for Barbie to chill out in. On top of that, it’s got 60 accessories.
Kids can battle these mini-vehicles with a friend or on your own in autonomous mode.
Each pack gets you two Battle Hunters, and they’re good for children aged 5 and over.
Rollin’ Rovee is suitable for babies six months and over, so it’s perfect for the really little ones.
The aim of this game chance? To find out how much greed is good and how much will come back to bite you.
Good for children aged 18 months and up, Mini Movers will dance, flip and even sing.
This is Cluedo with a twist, as there are Lie and Truth cards lying in wait in the deck.
The Osmo Genium Starter Kit is a great way to get kids between the ages of six and 10 thinking.
It contains games that make it fun to learn and can sync up with a phone or tablet.
This addition to the list combines two classic and beloved childhood favourites – Lego and Super Mario.
Kids aged six and up can build their own Mario levels to triumph over. What’s not to love?
You can give any budding filmmakers in your life the chance to get stuck in with KidiZoom Studio.
With it, kids aged five to 12 can use a green screen, camera and tripod to make their cinematic visions a reality. Canne 2040 is calling…
Children aged eight and over can enjoy its exceptional distance, accuracy and speed, firing foam pellets to their heart’s content.
Another classic board game with a twist, this edition of Monopoly reverses the rules of the original, making it so that losers ret to win.
These furry little friends are perfect for the kid who’s been pestering you all year for a pet.
Present Pets are equipped with the ability to make over 100 actions and sounds, so your kids should be kept plenty busy.
To make things even more interesting, UNO Flip has a double-sided deck and UNO Showdown sees a tidal wave of cards shoot out when you hear a lightening sound.
The joys of Playdoh cannot be overstated, and here are four new sets ready for you to spread that joy to the next generation.
Whether your kid wants to have a noodle party or is more into snot, there are plenty of different creative sets to choose from.
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