Here’s a list of all our toy reviews published this month. We’ve been very busy! If you’re looking for ideas for Christmas, you’ll find plenty here!
Click on the name of each toy to see the full review. They’re sorted by age, youngest first.
Sweet Island Dreams Mobile
Mobile with soothing music. From newborn.
Zoom cars down and through the loops. Age 18 months – 5 yrs.
Musical game for tots aged 2-5.
Good but currently very expensive in the UK. Age 2-5.
Big, bright and colourful 24-piece puzzle. Age 3-5.
Easy transformer for little hands. Age 3-6.
Excellent two-sided easel with chalk board and magnetic whiteboard. Age 3-8.
Barbie’s little sister Chelsea with pony. Age 3+.
Zip-up storage box that opens to a play mat. Age 3+.
Another option for Barbie accessory storage. Age 3+.
The best Sofia the First toy we’ve seen. Age 3-9.
Electronic read and write learning toy. Age 4-8.
Human doll from the My Little Pony line. Age 5+.
Big boat, dinghy, helicopter and more. Age 5-12.
Fold-out classroom set with plenty to do. Age 6+.
For Monster High fans. Half human, half black cat. Age 6+.
Mix your own colours, make your own markers. Age 6+.
Helicopter, motorbike and 3 figures. Age 6-12.
Hatch Furblings on your smart device. Age 6 to adult.
Design and made bracelets from rubber bands. Age 8+.
Working toy microscope for ages 8-12 approx.
Skilful but fast-paced board game. Age 10+.
Relive the 80s with a Lego version of the car from the film. Age 10+.
Great for Minecraft gamers. Age 10+.
Stunning top-end robot construction set. Age 10+.
And coming out very soon now:
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