The Official Dream Toys For Christmas 2021
With Christmas approaching, everyone is trying to help out parents by suggesting what they may want to surprise their kids with this year (In fact we have our own predictions for the UK's Top Toys For Children Christmas 2021!) Now the British Association of Toy Retailers have just released their hotly anticipated annual list of the Dream Toys for Christmas 2021.
The BATR are predicting that the biggest licences from film and TV are going to be top of the must-have toy wish lists this Christmas – with Star Wars, Pokemon, Jurassic World and Paw Patrol toys being most wanted, alongside perennial favourites like Barbie, Hot Wheels and L.O.L.
The Top 12 Toys list issued by the Toy Retailers Association, is the most authoritative prediction list of what will be hot this Christmas, which is selected by an independent panel of retailers and industry experts.
There is also a couple of surprise inclusions, from the internet only kids phenomenom Cocomelon - the kids YouTube channel that has taken web by storm as well a toy from as the successful new animation Bluey, which is shown on CBeebies in the UK.
*Prices are approximate and availablility is correct at time of writing.
Barbie Dreamtopia Colour Change Mermaid
Perennial favourite Barbie comes with an exciting new twist - the Barbie Dreamtopia Colour Change Mermaid changes colour when dipped in warm water! Made by Mattel it is £24.99 at Amazon and Fenwick.
Paw Patrol Chase’s Deluxe Transforming Vehicle
Paw Patrol is just MASSIVE! Pre-schoolers will adore this Paw Patrol: Chase’s Deluxe Transforming Vehicle from Spin Master Toys which is £44.99 at The Entertainer and Amazon
Pokemon 8” Plush Pikachu
A whole new generation of kids are falling in love with Pokemon again. This Pokemon 8” Plush Pikachu from Character Options is £13.99 at Amazon and Hamleys.
Bluey Family Home Playset
Bluey the dog is the new favourite animation on CBeebies. The Bluey Family Home Playset from Moose Toys is £39.99 at Hamleys and Amazon
Cocomelon Deluxe JJ Interactive Doll
Worldwide internet sensation Cocomelon features adorable characters including toddler JJ. The Cocomelon Deluxe JJ Interactive Doll from Bandai is £39.99 at Amazon and The Entertainer
Hot Wheels Massive Loop Mayhem
The classic toy car game Hot Wheels Hot Wheels Massive Loop Mayhem from Mattel is bound to be a big hit with kids and big kids too, and costs £54.99 at Amazon and Hamleys.
L.O.L. Surprise Movie Magic Doll
The L.O.L. Surprise Movie Magic Doll from MGA Entertainment includes 10 Surprises - a doll, Movie Props, unique movie scene card and accessories. It's £10.99 at Smyths Toys or Amazon
Jurassic World Scorpios Rex
Rooaar! From the latest incarnation of the ever popular Jurassic Park franchise, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous comes the Jurassic World Scorpios Rex which will be loved by all little dinosaur fans. Made by Mattel it is £31.99 at Amazon and The Entertainer.
Little Live Pets My Pig Piggly
It walks! It dances! It nuzzles! Adorable. Little Live Pets My Pig Piggly by Character Options is £24.99 at Amazon or buy direct from Character Online.
Star Wars Boba Fett’s Starship
Straight from the massivly successful The Mandalorian series comes the Star Wars Boba Fett’s Starship whcih you can build for yourself out of LEGO. It is £44.99 direct from LEGO.com
or at Amazon
Magic Mixies Cauldron
Mix your potion, watch the mist and hear the sounds as you make your pet, with the Magic Mixies Cauldron by Moose Toys. £69.99 at Amazon or Hamleys.
Fans of scatacalogical humour will love the family board game Gassy Gus from John Adams, which is £24.99 at Amazon or The Entertainer.
“This year’s DreamToys list is an exciting blend of evergreen favourites and the year’s biggest brands that we believe will be the most sought after under the Christmas tree this festive season,” commented Gary Grant, chair of the DreamToys selection committee.
“Toys have played such a vital role in family life over the past two years and this Christmas will be no exception. That’s why the industry is working to overcome supply chain challenges to ensure there will be toys on shelves throughout the festive period.”
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