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It’s been a testing time for kids this year (as well as their parents!) so it’s fair to say everyone’s looking forward to Christmas this year probably more than most. Pick a present or two from this ultimate Christmas toy list and watch the smiles grow.

Whether your offspring are into crafting, nurturing or excitement, here are 10 of the most fun ideas for presents this year for both girls and boys.

Best Christmas Toy List For Girls

ZURU Pets Alive’s Frankie the Funky Flamingo, $30

Given the upheavals of 2020, nurturing toys which require ‘looking after’ are big. Frankie is a a wing flapping, dancing mother bird, who also come with a surprise baby flamingo to look after as well.

Sew Easy Fashion Sewing Machine Deluxe, $49.00

Sew Easy is a great first sewing machine girls – although it also quite rightly could be a whole lot of fun for boys interested in sewing as well! Aimed at those 8 and up, it’s suitable for a range of fabrics and projects and comes with a foot pedal. Good for for encouraging kids to master a challenging craft in a fun way.

Love Diana Mystery Shopper, $69.99

The world’s hottest 6-year-old Diana, from Kids Diana Show has just released her own toy line. Open the shopping bag and discover a whole salon inside with 15 surprises including styling chair, jacket, sunglasses, hair bows, hairbrush and sticker sheets along with a deluxe Diana doll.

Spirit Riding Free Large Spirit Plush, $49.99

This gorgeous plush toy will become any little girl’s new best friend. Made with super soft and snuggly fabrics, Spirit Riding Free fans will love to add this cuddly companion to their horse collection!

DreamWorks Trolls World Tour Dancing Hair Poppy Doll, $99.99

With DreamWorks Trolls, it’s all about the hair – this interactive toy features a wild hairdo that actually moves in different directions as kids play with her! Poppy sings two songs from the movie and also sports a light up headband. Also recites over 40 fun phrases.

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Best Christmas Toy List For Boys

ToyMonster RC Omni X, $59.00

This radio-controlled car is a boy’s delight with unique wheel-in-wheel construction for precision driving. Comes with three instant access action buttons, dual motor and four wheel drive for even more special manouveres. 

Blue’s Clues & You! Peek-A-Blue

Cute fun for little boys aged three upwards, Blue’s Clues is the most watched morning program in Australia. Squeeze Blue’s belly and she will bark and raise her ears and repeat key phrases from the show. A great plush toy.

CAT Junior Crew Fix-It Phillip Truck Playset, $54.99

The chunky preschool friendly Fix-It Phillip can be transformed into an immersive teaching tool bench packed with fun with a push of the helmet. With a magnet safely secured inside the tools they can be moved and stored on the magnetic pegboard until they’re needed for action. Each tool has a specific purpose and Kid-Vroom Sounds lets your child know when they’ve completed tasks.

Trolls DJ Mixing Table

Does your son picture himself as a future DJ? This free spinning turntable lets kids ‘scratch’ while they mix their jams on the Trolls DJ Party Mixer. Interactive lights glow as the turntable spins, scratches and drops beats. Kids can also use the real microphone to rock out to built-in music or record their own voice to customize their own mixes.

Jurassic World Primal Pal Blue

Capturing the magic of Blue as a young velociraptor, bring her to life by pressing down on her back, which will unlock her innovative, realistic movements. Watch Blue her wiggle from side to side; rotate her neck and torso, and open and close her jaws to activate movie-inspired sound effects.

Have we missed out on anything in our top ten Christmas toy list? Tell us in the comments below.

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  • I swear it gets harder every year. The kids have given us no inspiration either! They just rattle off crap really. Some good ideas though

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  • Great ideas, would be a little better if it was specified in ages with more options.

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  • Lots of great gift ideas here.

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  • Some cute present ideas, thanks :)

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  • My daughter is a big Diana fan so I was excited to see these in the shops. Have got her one for Christmas and another put aside for her birthday in Feb

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  • Thanks for sharing these ideas

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  • I’ve never seen any of these before!

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  • really great ideas that I could perhaps give to the grandparents as they are all a bit our of the budget bracket for this year. Will record some for future birthday gift ideas too. Thanks

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  • That is a great list!

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  • These are all new to us haha

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  • I’ve not really heard of most of those toys! My eldest (7) just wants LEGO and my middle child (4) loves magnet blocks. I know those will bring huge smiles to their faces more than anything on this list!

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  • My boys have the cat Junior crew truck and they absolutely love it. That whole range of toys are brilliant.

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  • I know my daughter just wants a baby doll and my son has asked for a Christmas tree (I’d say for his room as we have one in the lounge) haha!

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