26 October 2011
Last updated at 12:13
The top 12 toys for Christmas selected by the Toy Retailers' Association include Milky the Bunny, an interactive toy with a grumbling stomach and moving eyes.
Fijit is a purple robot that jigs along to music and interacts by uttering phrases and jokes - "Take my robot mother-in-law..."
These monsters are among dozens that can we collected in £1.99 packs...
They can be kept in this tree house which is on the list and is the cheapest toy among the dozen at £19.99.
Keep your head down or a disc may come your way, fired by a child armed with this latest toy gun.
Elmo has been a regular feature of the Sesame Street set, but now he has his hands on a tambourine and drum set so pre-schoolers can make some noise.
For £24, your children can compete for the chance to scoop the plasticine poop of a plastic dog.
The evergreen Lego brand makes another appearance on the list, this time with a fire temple. It is the most expensive of the dozen at £89.99.
What do sea monsters do when they get tired at night? Obviously, they need to go into their hydration station - yours for £39.99.
Fireman Sam has been on the list before and, fresh from saving man and cat, he makes it back for 2011 with a £29.99 rescue kit.
This LeapPad is a tablet with apps, a camera, a video recorder, and a microphone. Now why does that sound familiar?
There was a Star Wars toy on the top 12 list in 1982. Nearly 30 years on, children - and their fathers - can still get their hands on a lightsaber.
Allow youngsters to keep a record of the panic in the kitchen during Christmas dinner preparations with this camera and voice recorder. The industry predicts these will be the 12 most popular toys this Christmas.