ITV’s This Morning names its Top Toys for Christmas 2022

Published on: 4th November 2022

The toys predicted to be popular this year were announced during This Morning’s annual segment, which was sponsored by

This Morning

Image credit: ITV’s This Morning.

The daytime chat show This Morning has unveiled its list of the Top Toys for Christmas 2022, one of the most highly anticipated lists of the year thanks to its significant TV coverage.

The list this year comprises household brands, perennially popular play patterns and hot properties. With the countdown to the big day already on, Steve Wilson shared the top picks for 2022 live on the show, while This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield got hands on with the toys and discussed what makes them a great choice for Christmas. A video of the segment, which this year was sponsored by, can be seen here.

This Morning’s Top Toys for Christmas 2022 are as follows:

  • FurFluffs Puppy – Spin Master
  • Little Live Pets – Mama Surprise – Moose Toys
  • Casdon Miniature Kitchen Utensils – Casdon Toys
  • Wooden Shape Sorting Grocery Cart – Melissa & Doug
  • JotBot Robot – VTech
  • My Fairy Garden – Hedgehog Haven Playset – PlayMonster UK
  • Brio World Battery Operated Steaming Train – Ravensburger
  • Squishmallows – Jazwares
  • Play-Doh Kitchen Creations Ultimate Ice Cream Truck Playset – Hasbro
  • Mega Pokémon Motion Pikachu Construction Set – Mattel
  • Nintendo Sports – Nintendo
  • So Slime DIY Magical Potion Maker – Canal Toys


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