Wondering what the kids will put at the top of their Christmas Lists? We are one step ahead with our Top Christmas Toys UK 2016 predictions.
By the time the kids decide and write their letters to Santa, the sought after stuff has been and gone in the shops and is on eBay for mental amounts of money.
1. Speak Out Game
It's already sold out everywhere! Keep a close eye on speak out game stock levels here, and you may be lucky enough to get one for around £20, instead of the £40-£70, they are fetching on eBay.
Get it from Studio and other retailers from £19.99.
2. Minions Pie Face
It's not out yet, but Toys R Us have let out a little teaser that's it'll be on the shelves soon. We have no doubts that this crazy, fun game will be flying out the doors.
Price disclosed on release.
3. Nintendo Pokemon Go Plus
This will be on the top of many lists this year, especially those children aged 8+. If you are racking your brains for what to get the kid that has everything - grab a Nintendo Pokemon Go Plus.
Get one from Nintendo* for £34.99.
4. Furby Connect
This little guy may look like it's predecessors but don't be fooled. The Furby Connect can do much more than any others like speak both Furbish and English, it also reacts to stroking, shaking, tickling and much more. Pretty cool, huh?
5. Nintendo Classic Mini
Come November, the Nintendo Classic Mini will be hitting the shops. Some retailers have had to close pre-ordering due to high demands.
This is due for release on the 11th of November 2016!
6. Paw Patrol Air Patroller
The ideal present for those younger kids - the Paw Patrol Air Patroller is going to be a bestseller this year and we can for see issues with getting hold of one, nearer to Christmas.
7. Selfie Mic
The SelfieMic features an adjustable selfie stick with karaoke microphone, an earpiece and the FREE StarMaker app. Not only can you sing, lip sync, record and share but you can actually make your own music videos.
Move over kids - this one is for me!
8. FurReal Torch My Blazin' Dragon
Little Torch the Dragon can respond with 50+ sound/motion combinations and blow out a mist that changes colour - very impressive.
9. WowWee Chip The Robot Dog
What's so special about the WowWee Chip the Robot Dog? Not only does it recognise it's owner, but it can also be trained. Honestly, there's so much this little robot can do - including playing fetch with a ball!
Pre-order one for £199.99 from
Amazon* and it'll be will you on or around the 1st October 2016.
10. Nerf Modulus Tri-Strike Blaster Toy
This Nerf Modulus Tri-Strike Blaster Toy can fire out three different kinds of Nerf ammunition, including a missile. A great choice for those older children.
11. Barbie DLY32 Barbie 3-Storey Townhouse
The Barbie DLY32 3-Storey Townhouse is the dolls house of 2016. Not only is it huge but it is jam packed with furniture, cool contemporary features like a rooftop hot tub and a transparent bath, plus little accessories like towels and a tablet.
12. Fisher-Price Think and Learn Code-a-Pillar Toy
This is the toy for the preschoolers!
With 9 easy-to-connect segments, the endless sequences in which your child can put the pieces mean the Code-a-Pillar can move forward, left, right or any other way the desire.
13. Little Live Pets Snuggles My Dream Puppy
Little Live Pets Snuggles My Dream Puppy's face moves and breathes when he falls asleep, can be fed and laid down to sleep, which is cool. If your child is moaning for a puppy, get them one of these and you'll never have to scoop up poop.
14. Num Noms Glossy Lip Gloss Truck
It's quirky and fun, plus it isn't going to break the bank. The Num Noms Glossy Lip Gloss Truck should provide much fun and is one of those toys that will be the talk of the playground in the run up to Christmas.
15. LEGO City Volcano Exploration Base - 60124
There's 824 pieces in this LEGO City Volcano Exploration Base, so it's something LEGO lovers can savour and enjoy as they build it up. Suitable for children aged 7 years old and above.
Hatchimals are interactive toy creatures that come inside eggs. It's a mystery who is inside but each name like 'Draggles' or 'Pengualas' give you a hint.