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The Best Christmas Toys 2018

The top toys for Christmas are always hotly contested, but many of the decision are made earlier in the year... not by kids, but by manufacturers, marketers and retailers!

We've taken our time to identify some of the most fun and desirable christmas presents for kids this year. We also suspect that Peppa Pig, Lego Star Wars, Bratz and remote control helicopters will be flying off the shelves as the best things for Christmas. 

If you have slightly older kids, you may want to check out gifts for grown-ups.

Doctor Who Character Figures

Doctor Who just gets more and more popular with the kids, and Christmas 2018 will be no exception.

Packed away in the Tardis-shaped display box, are micro figures of all 11 incarnations of the Doctor, from his first form as William Hartnell, to his current version played by Matt Smith.  Seven of the Doctors come with sonic screwdriver accessories, while the Seventh Doctor carries his unique red umbrella.  For more information, click on the image.

Dance Star Mickey

One of the coolest new toys this Christmas is Dance Star Mickey - an incredibly fun dancing toy that encourages kids to get up, get active and dance, aiding the development of their balance, co-ordination and social skills.

Great new technology gives Mickey motion so that he can sing, clap along and dance like never before.

And as he has rollers on his feet, Mickey can move forward, backward, twist, turn and even Moonwalk. Click here to see a great video demo!

Monopoly

Monopoly has never stopped being popular for families of all ages, and remains an extremely popular gift in 2018, despite all the excitement of electronic toys.

In fact it's still the most popular, most widely played, and best-selling board game in the world. Whether you're discovering the fun for the very first time or reliving the carefree days of youth, get out there and Buy. Sell. Mortgage. Build your houses and hotels. And collect your rents. That's what makes Monopoly such a great game. For more information, click on the image.

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