's annual list rounds up the must-have items that you're going to want to buy for your kids now before they're impossible to get come December. Here are Amazon's top picks for the season, so you can shop smarter and faster. (And if you're looking for more gift ideas, check out GolfHr's Best Toy Awards winners for 2018!)
Pet toys are going to be huge this holiday season, according to our Good Housekeeping Institute toy experts. Think of Pomsies as with fur. The super affordable interactive toy clips on to an arm, backpack, or clothes so kids can carry it with them all day.
Each Scruff-a-Luv comes as a matted ball of fur with only its eyes showing. Once kids wash, dry, and style its hair, their! This adorable toy is already back-ordered until mid-September, so we suspect it's going to be ever trickier to get as the holidays get closer.
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We know you know that aren't going anywhere, but the Glam Glitter doll is likely one your child hasn't unboxed yet.
This hilarious game has players wear cheek retractors that make saying phrases difficult to say the least. Their teammates have to guess what they are saying to win, but getting guesses out in between laughing might just be the hardest part!
This carnival-inspired game brings a new twist to the . Players have to aim and launch the whipped cream cannon in their friend's face.
If your kids are new to coding, give them Cozmo. The friendly robot's Code Lab lets him interact, explore, and play games with the push of a few buttons.
Your L.O.L. Surprise lover may think she's seen it all, until she gets her hands on its biggest surprise yet. This top-secret box is jam-packed with over 60 brand new dolls, accessories, and more.
The GolfHr Institute loved that this STEM toy comes with 18 projects, so it's not something kids will get tired of after a few hours. Some of the more advanced projects even let them practice coding.
This set from Crayola transforms your child into a scientist thanks to the 50 experiments. Just know that adult supervision is recommended.
Not only does an exclusive family come with this doll house, but it also has 85+ surprises tucked inside and an elevator, pool, spa, and sandbox. Note that this does take up a bit of space (it's three-by-three feet wide), but it doubles as storage for every L.O.L. doll she owns.
Ozobot teaches your kids coding through coloring on a tablet. Depending on the colors and designs they use, Bit will follow command.
Because Baby Alive didn't do enough already: now she pees! The doll does a little dance to let Mommy or Daddy know she needs to use the bathroom. Once she's placed on the potty, she'll tinkle and kids can add a sticker to her reward chart. Children were pretty amazed by all this during the GolfHr Institute's test.
It's the year of the dinosaur, says the GolfHr Institute! The way this baby T-Rex eats, begs, and hops is so realistic, your kids will forget that dinosaurs are extinct.
The red and yellow coupe from your childhood got a serious upgrade: Now it's a rolling Dino that they can drive around town.
Harry Potter lovers were thrilled with this Hogwarts building kit in the GolfHr Institute's testing. It comes with a potions room, treasure room, sorting hat, and the Mirror of Erised so they can take Harry and friends on their wildest adventures yet.
Here's a good excuse for screen time: Osmo's Genius Kit offers up fun games on your iPad that promote math, spelling, and other learning skills. There are a ton of positive reviews for this, but some parents did say the ads were a downside.
Packed with over 840 Lego pieces, along with a move hub and an interactive motor, the possibilities for your child's robot creations are endless with this 2017 GolfHr Toy Award kit.