The wishlist includes a FurReal Roarin’ Tyler tiger, a Nerf Nitro Longshot Smash, a Laser X – 2 Player Pack and the ‘hilarious’ Toilet Trouble Hasbro game 


Furthermore eas awe all know every year is a great and wow year to celebrate with our kids, certain products feature more prominently on children’s Christmas wish-lists than others.

These are the toys that become the talk of the playground (or social media) and have parents rushing to the nearest shop (or Amazon) to secure their loved one’s ‘must-have’ pressie.

Wait too long and you run the risk of missing out on that special toy – which is exactly what happened last year, when a run on Hatchimals saw shops sell out far ahead of Christmas Day.

So, what will be the Hatchimals of 2017?

Meanwhile as we all know a list, was mentioned in November via the Toy Retailers Association, provides the first clue of Christmas buying habits: it predicts the 12 most sought-after toys of the season.

Hatchimals are back on the list – as is a version of a Nerf gun, which made the top 12 in 2016. The big Christmas game for pranksters 2017 however looks to be on top of the hasbro’s Toilet Trouble (£17.99, Argos), which is set to bring the same level of hilarity to proceedings as the popular Pie Face (£17.99, Smyths Toys) of preceding years.


Nevertheless as we all know the Original and real stretch Armstrong also features as familiar favourite, while popular children’s television programmes are represented by a PJ Masks Headquarters Playset, a Lego’s Star Wars BB-8 and a Paw Patrol Sea Patroller.

Furthermore as we all know the authoritative furthermore DreamToys for kids were list marks the beginning of the countdown to Christmas, and encourages gift givers to purchase now in order to avoid disappointment.

“This year’s DreamToys top 12 is an exciting range of innovative toys that demonstrate the creativity of the toy industry and the magic of Christmas,” commented Gary Grant, chair of the DreamToys committee.

However as we all know from the biggest and collectible trends and licenses of 2017 to exciting action products and board game sensations, this year’s list is incredibly diverse and with price points to suit all budgets.

With so many products vying for a child’s attention it’s pleasing to be able to pick a list that promotes togetherness, innovation and creative play that will capture the imagination this Christmas.”

1. Nerf Nitro Longshot Smash from Hasbro

£21.99, Argos

Nerf Nitro Longshot Smash from Hasbro

Kids can design their own stunts and fire foam cars with powerful, high-performing Nerf blasters. This set includes two foam cars, plus a long-jump ramp for long-distance jumping challenges.

2. Star Wars: BB-8 from Lego Company LTD

£130, Tesco Direct

Star Wars: BB-8 from LEGO Company Ltd

Meet Sphero’s BB-8, an app-enabled droid. Based on your interactions, BB-8 will show a range of expressions and even react to voice commands.

Set to patrol mode and watch it go out on its own and explore its surroundings, mapping out collisions with objects in the room and sending information back.

Create and view holographic recordings via a smartphone or tablet device and watch its adaptive personality evolve as you interact with it.

The Sphero BB-8 comes with its own induction charging cradle and connects via Bluetooth Smart BLE with your compatible device. After a full 3-hour charge on its induction base, the BB-8 droid will keep rolling for approximately 1 hour.

BB-8 is set to feature in the upcoming The Last Jedi, so is sure to be a hit this Christmas.

3. Toilet Trouble from Hasbro

£24.99, Amazon

Toilet Trouble from Hasbro

Toilet Trouble is all about suspense: players take turns spinning the toilet paper roll, flushing the toilet handle, and hoping they don’t get sprayed with water. If you get sprayed, you’re out of the game.

4. Enchantimals Playhouse Panda Set from Mattel

£24.99, Toys ‘R’ Us

Enchantimals Playhouse Panda Set from Mattel

This panda playhouse looks set to enchant kids, with an exclusive Prue Panda doll and her cute animal features and an adorable animal friend, Nari.

At home in their multi-level playhouse, Prue and Nari are ready for fun days in the forest and all other fantasy adventures kids can imagine.

5. FurReal Roarin’ Tyler from Hasbro

£99.99, Smyths Toys

FurReal Roarin’ Tyler from Hasbro

The FurReal Roarin’ Tyler the Playful Tiger is always ready for fun and his favourite way to play is to roar. When kids roar or make sounds at him, this playful tiger roars back, responding with 100+ sound and motion combinations. With soft fur and moveable back legs, he’s also rather huggable.


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