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The top 10 toys flying off the shelves this Christmas

PUBLISHED: 10:25 13 December 2017 | UPDATED: 10:25 13 December 2017

Find out what the the top selling toys this Christmas. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Find out what the the top selling toys this Christmas. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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Parents and grandparents are frantically tracking down the presents topping children’s wishlists this Christmas.

But what are the top selling toys flying off the shelfs? We spoke to Simon Adams, manager of Toytown in Woodbridge to find out.

Fingerlings are the top selling toy at ToyTown in Woodbridge. Picture: NEIL PERRYFingerlings are the top selling toy at ToyTown in Woodbridge. Picture: NEIL PERRY

• The top selling toy are Fingerlings. They are being sold for £14.99, however they are currently out of stock at Toytown.

The Fingerlings baby monkey hang on to your finger and know when they are being talked to, touched and hung upside down.

• The second item flying of the shelves are the Bush Baby range which you can purchase from £4.99-£19.99.

The Bush Babies come in different sizes, colours and with different accessories.

Have you bought one of these products yet? Picture: CONTRIBUTEDHave you bought one of these products yet? Picture: CONTRIBUTED

• In third place for popularity is Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty which makes a great gift from £3.25.

Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty comes in a variety of colours and is the perfect stocking filler.

• Don’t be put off by the name – Toilet Trouble is a board game full of laughs and can be bought for £17.99.

The game features an interactive toilet which will spray water at you if you flush it at the wrong time.

One of the top toys this Christmas, Hatchimals. Picture: DENISE BRADLEYOne of the top toys this Christmas, Hatchimals. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

• Whether you are looking for a stocking filler or the main present, Hatchimals can do both between £2.99-£65.00.

These cute little animals come in a variety of colours and sizes, your children will want to collect them all.

• The Orchard Toys range features educational games and puzzles, they can be brought for £4.99-£16.99.

They are colourful, fun and have something every child will love.

One of the Orchard Toys top five products, Tell the Time. Picture: DENISE BRADLEYOne of the Orchard Toys top five products, Tell the Time. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

• The Playfoam has been popular in Toytown this year and can be bought from £1.29.

Children can enjoy mess-free creations with Playfoam. It comes in a variety of colours, never dries out and is great for children’s imagination.

• The cute TY Cuddly toys are perfect for all ages.

Why not find them their favourite animal? The prices range from £3.99-£29.99

Getting a great gift doesn't have to cost a lot. Picture: CONTRIBUTEDGetting a great gift doesn't have to cost a lot. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

• Lego Ninjago is a line of sets produced by Lego you can purchase from £4.99-£29.99.

From figurine to vehicles your child will have hours of fun.

• Sylvanian Families Starry Point Lighthouse Playset is in the top ten selling toys.

Add to your children’s Sylvanian Family collection this Christmas. You can pick it up at Toytown for £54.99.

The latest popular set from Lego. Picture: CONTRIBUTEDThe latest popular set from Lego. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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