Every year the Toy Retailers Association announces what they think will be the most sought after toys and consumers are advised to buy early to avoid disappointment. The DreamToys list is the UK’s most authoritative predictive list of what will be hot this Christmas. Selected by a panel of retailers and industry experts, the list is independent of toy manufacturers and makers.
Another amazing success from Leapfrog! The Shapes and Sharing Picnic Basket arrived promptly and was enthusiastically opened by the children under adult supervision of course. No assembly required so the children went straight in – no hesitation or instructions needed writes Christine Mayle.
With the good weather we’ve been having this summer the prospect of reviewing the Leap Frog Smart Sizzling BBQ Grill was met with whoops of joy and excitement from the three children in our family. Since its arrival it has provided hours of engaging play and fun for all the children aged 4, 3 and 18 months. Christine Mayle reviews.
So Slime Tie & Dye is Canal Toys first venture into the fiercely competitive ready-made slime market. This new concept was inspired by the tie & dye fashion wear and allows for colourful spiralling effects unique to this style. Harriet was eager to try out the So Slime Tie & Dye Washing Machine
Christine Mayle had no hesitation when asked if she would review the new 2-in-1 Cart and Garden Wheelbarrow set from Little Tikes as they already have a number of their children’s toys and equipment which they are very happy with. She was not disappointed.
Lunii has created a publishing house for children and it is unlike any other: paperless and screen-free. Available in nine languages, the start-up’s family favourite ‘My Fabulous Storyteller’ is available now in the United Kingdom and Ireland, stimulating children’s imagination and creativity and encouraging them away from screens.
Rizmo, the ultimate transforming best friend, has been named in the Top 12 Christmas Toys at Dream Toys 2019, indicating that it will be one of the most sought-after gifts this Christmas. One landed in the Coates household so what did we make of it?