We still have a couple of months to get our holiday shopping finished, but it’s never too early to get started. Macy’s and Toys ‘R’ Us are revealing what some of the most coveted toys will be this year. They’ve just released Geoffrey’s Hot Toy List for the 2023 holiday season, full of what they predict will be on the wish lists of boys and girls everywhere.
As you might expect, Barbie will be big this year, as will other classic toys from Hot Wheels, Pokemon, Lego, Nerf and more. Here are some of the hottest toys for the 2023 holidays, according to the toy experts.
- Baby Shark Ultimate Shipwreck Play Set - The ship has three secret doors and comes with Baby Shark and three other mini character figures.
- Ride on Sliding Car Baby Ride On - Toddlers can ride in style on this four-wheel car, or walk behind and push it.
For three-to four-year-olds
- Magna-Tiles Stardust 15-Piece Set - Preschools can build the 3D creations of their dreams with this set that features mirrored and glitter tiles.
- Nintendo Sparkling Waters Playset - Inspired by the Super Mario video games, this set lets kids navigate Luigi through various obstacles and also comes with a Huckit Crab figure.
For five to seven-year-olds
- Wild Ridin' Grogu - Young fans of “The Mandalorian” can touch Baby Yoda’s head, hold him upside down, lay him on his back or “place him in his pram to activate more than 25 combinations of sounds and movements.”
- Planetarium Projector 2 in 1 Stars and Planet kit - It features 360 rotation, moving stars mode and stationary viewfinder mode, and comes with 3 reels/disks of 32 images.
For eight- to 12-year-olds
- Lego Star Wars: The Mandalorian brick-built playset - This 957 piece Lego set will keep little hands busy while they build the Fang Fighter that made its debut in Season 3 of the popular Disney+ series and a classic TIE Interceptor.
- 5 in 1 Activity Tower Bracelet Making Activity Tower and Storage Solution - Crafty kids will love this tower with five removable trays and bracelet holders, plus it comes with beads, rubber bands and embroidery thread to make more than 40 bracelets.
Source: Good Morning America