Preschool names star in Argos’ top toys for Christmas list

Argos has revealed its top toys for Christmas with a number of familiar preschool names making an appearance.

The retailer’s Chad Valley Dinosaur Waterfall Bath Toy is a key feature on the list, as is PAW Patrol Big Truck Pups, the Fisher-Price DJ Bouncin’ Beats Musical Toy, Bluey S7 School Play-set and Adventure Bus Bundle and Gabby’s Purrfect Dollhouse.

The preschool names line up alongside the likes of LEGO, Squishmallows, Harry Potter, Barbie, NERF and Transformers among others.

“This year’s top toy list is a great mixture of classic and much-loved toys such as LEGO, as well as newer brands like Squishmallows which have quickly become wish-list staples,” commented Fay Williams, head of toy buying at Argos. “It’s clear digital entertainment and some of the biggest and most loved film and TV franchises continue to have a massive influence on the most in-demand toys.

“It’s great to see classic franchises like Harry Potter, Transformers and Pokémon continue to prove popular among children in 2022, alongside the newer ones with cult followings such as Bluey and Paw Patrol.”

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