The Top 10 Toys Your Kids Will Want This Christmas, According To John Lewis

With winter in full swing, we’re officially now in the countdown to Christmas. (Already? Yikes.)

There may be still a few weeks to go until the big day, but it’s never too soon to start planning (and saving) for toys and gifts for your littl’uns.

To help, John Lewis & Partners has revealed its top toys predictions that kids will love this year.

(Photo: JohnLewis)
(Photo: JohnLewis)

The retailer has seen a 21% increase in sales of wooden toys this year, so it’s introducing 15 new toys to the collection including: a Leckford Doll’s House, a 50-Piece Train Set and Mini Kitchen.

Harry Boughton, toy buyer at John Lewis, said the retailer is seeing a move away from products such as slime and collectables in favour of more sustainable toys that have “limitless play value”.

Related...

Feeling Guilty About Your Plastic Mountain Of Toys? Here Are 5 Ways To Reduce It

“Parents are also telling us that they want to buy toys which encourage their children to spend more time playing with educational games and reading,” he said. “Miniature home products continue to trend, so for parents and family members looking to encourage creativity and role play, we’ve created a Mini Kitchen where little ones can pick up ‘ingredients’ before rustling up a delicious imaginary meal in their play kitchen.”

Sadly, you can’t get ahead and buy any of these toys just yet as the majority won’t be available in-store or online until autumn 2019.

John Lewis’ Top 10 Christmas Toy Predictions 2019

Mini Kitchen, £35

(Photo: JohnLewis)
(Photo: JohnLewis)

50-piece wooden train set, £30

Love HuffPost? Become a founding member of HuffPost Plus today.

(Photo: JohnLewis)
(Photo: JohnLewis)

Osmo Little Genius Starter Kit, £79.99

(Photo: Osmo Little Genius Starter Kit)
(Photo: Osmo Little Genius Starter Kit)

Folding Scooter, £69.99

(Photo: JohnLewis)
(Photo: JohnLewis)

Tonies Start Box, £69.95

(Photo: JohnLewis)
(Photo: JohnLewis)

Unicorn pull-along, £15

(Photo: JohnLewis)
(Photo: JohnLewis)

Little Robin Red Vest book, £11.99

(Photo: JohnLewis)
(Photo: JohnLewis)

Gravitrax Starter Set XXL, £99.99

(Photo: JohnLewis)
(Photo: JohnLewis)

Lego Rocket Assembly & Transport Space Port, £119.99

(Photo: JohnLewis)
(Photo: JohnLewis)

Leckford Doll’s House, £100

(Photo: JohnLewis)
(Photo: JohnLewis)

Related...

Vacuums, Plants And All The Other Things We Never Thought We'd Care About In Our Late 20s

A Harry Potter Beauty Advent Calendar Has Launched In Boots This Christmas

Lush Is Bringing Out A Bath Bomb Advent Calendar (With 24 Days Of Stuff)

This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting