ITV’s This Morning reveals its chosen top 12 toys for Christmas

Published on: 7th November 2019

Today, This Morning unveils its ‘Twelve Toys of Christmas’ ahead of the festive season. 

In the run up to Christmas, UK retailers, including Smyths, Tesco and Argos, have been releasing their top toys for Christmas lists, offering ideas to gift-buyers in search of big surprises and perfect stocking-fillers to suit kids of all ages.

ITV’s This Morning has now revealed its top 12 toys for Christmas, with items from brands like Lego, Learning Resources, and Zuru all making an appearance. This Morning’s consumer editor Alice Beer and demo expert Steve Wilson have teamed up to bring viewers the ‘Twelve Toys of Christmas’ for 2019 which can be viewed live on air today at 10:30am on ITV, with Philip and Holly.

The top 12 toys list, according to This Morning, includes popular pre-school toys like Coding Critters from Learning Resources, Hasbro’s Interactive Droid for Star Wars fans and fun family games like Pictionary Air from Mattel.

This Morning’s full top 12 toys for Christmas list is as follows:

  • Lego Hidden Side – Lego
  • Pictionary Air – Mattel
  • Linkimals Smooth Moves Sloth – Fisher-Price
  • Juno my baby elephant – Spin Master
  • Owleez Flying Baby Owl – Spin Master
  • Boppi The Booty Shakin’ Llama – Zuru/Tobar
  • Coding Critters – Learning Resources
  • Scruff a Luvs – Moose Toys
  • Treasure X Kings Gold Treasure Tomb – Character Options
  • Osmo Creative Kit – Osmo
  • Star Wars D-O Interactive Droid – Hasbro
  • Toniebox Starter Box – Tonies


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