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Walmart’s Hottest Toys List for Christmas 2019 (These Were All Chosen By Kids)

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These toys are top-rated by kids and sure to be HOT this holiday season!

Walmart just released its list of the hottest Christmas toys for 2019, and they were all chosen by kids!

With 52 items, this year’s list is huge! We sorted through it to find 10 of the toys that we predict will be HOT for holiday shopping at Walmart this year. To see the complete list or to purchase any of these items, head on over to!

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Here are 10 of the hottest toy picks…

Lion King ride on toy

1. Lion King 6 Volt Cub Simba Plush Ride-On Toy (ages 3 and up)

Your little one can take a ride on the wild side with this Simba 6 Volt Plush Ride-On Toy. With its soft plush material and roaring lion cub sound effects, it looks and sounds just like Simba! This Walmart exclusive also comes with a “jungle den” for storage.

What's In My Purse Surprise toy

2. What’s In My Purse Surprise Doll Purse (ages 6 and up)

Each of the three collectible What’s in My Purse Surprise Doll Purses is full of surprises to match the doll’s mood. This Walmart exclusive comes with a detachable metal chain, making it both stylish and portable for taking all your important things on the go.

Nascar adventure racers

3. Nascar Adventure Force Crash Racers (ages 5 and up)

This NASCAR Adventure Force Crash Racers Set lets you race, wreck and rebuild your cars on an officially branded NASCAR track! The motorized, high-speed vehicles break apart on impact and easily snap back together for continuous racing action. The vehicles in this set (a Walmart exclusive) charge in 10 seconds or less, providing enough power for up to 50 laps without a pit stop!

V-Tech Mix and Match-A-Saurus

4. VTech Mix & Match-A-Saurus (ages 2-5 years)

This Mix & Match-a-Saurus comes with three emotion tiles (happy, angry, sleepy), three music tiles (hip hop, marching, ballet) and three character tiles (dinosaur, robot, monster). Your child can create 27 different combinations of emotions, music styles and characters for gross-motor play while building social and emotional skills.

Build-a-Bear Stuffing Station

5. Build-A-Bear Workshop Stuffing Station (ages 3 and up) 

Now your child can stuff, dress and cuddle their own furry friend right at home with the new Build-A-Bear Workshop Stuffing Station, available exclusively at Walmart! Each Build-A-Bear Stuffing Station includes the Stuffing Station, three furry friends, three fashions, three birth certificates, three hearts, three bags of stuffing and 20 paper accessories.

24V Realtree UTV

6. Realtree 24 Volt UTV Ride-On Toy (ages 3 and up)

Available only at Walmart, this 24V Realtree UTV is the rugged set of wheels that your little outdoor adventurer needs! This powerful ride-on includes Realtree camouflage graphics and working front headlights. Riders can use the front rack and rear cargo storage compartment to haul and store materials needed for their adventures!

Barbie Dream Plane

7. Barbie Dream Plane Playset (ages 3 and up)

Your child’s imagination will soar to new heights with this Barbie Dream Plane! Realistic touches include rolling wheels for taxiing the runway, reclining seats, working overhead compartments, and a snack cart with removable trays. Flying has never been so much fun!

Treasure X Alien Hunter

8. Treasure X Alien Hunters – Single Pack (ages 5 and up) 

These Treasure X Aliens offer a new, slimy, and surprising 12-step reveal experience! Cut through the packaging using the included tool to release the alien from its Crystal Vessel, then dissect the alien to save the Treasure Hunter and reveal the treasures inside. Store the ooze in the container provided or watch it squish from the alien’s eyes, mouth, and nose!

Blume Doll

9. Blume Doll (ages 3 and up)

These Blume Dolls come hidden inside flower pots just waiting to be discovered. All they need is a little bit of water! Each of these 22 collectible dolls features unique, over-the-top hairstyles and interchangeable outfits. The flower pot comes packed with 10+ surprises that include shoes, a sticker sheet, a mini friend, and a secret playset.

furReal Cubby the curious bear

10. furReal Cubby, the Curious Bear Interactive Plush Toy (ages 4 and up)

furReal Cubby, the Curious Bear Interactive Plush Toy is a realistic companion who is eager to be picked up and held. He hugs you back, plays peek-a-boo, dances, drinks from his bottle, eats treats, and babbles back when spoken to. In nighttime mode Cubby closes his eyes, makes sleepy sounds, and plays one of four 5-minute sequences of soft music.

Want to see more of the toys that were chosen by Walmart’s kid-testers? Visit to view the entire Top-Rated Toy List of 2019!

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Comments 24

  1. Luna

    Appreciate posting these lists it’d be great if price range is mentioned along with it

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi, Luna! If you click on the links, it will take you to the product with prices. Hope this helps!

      • jessa t

        I use this app to help save money AND time. Having to click on every link to see prices doesn’t help me one tiny bit as a time saver.

        • alicia

          Wow your rude do your own research then

        • Donna

          It literally took me .5 seconds to click on a link. If you have time to write a rude comment, you have time to do a little research. (insert eyeroll here)

        • yvettegarciagutierrez

          You should just be thankful.

        • Michelle

          I’ll put you on the prayer list!

    • Mita

      In their defense it is fully disclosed they may commission off the links. There is a disclosure at the top of the post.

  2. Jessica

    I just bought the doll purse and I will have to get the kindi kids doll to that’s what my girl picked out !!! Thanks for posting !!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      You are so welcome, Jessica!

  3. Christy

    I need ideas for tweens and teens! My kids don’t want toys anymore but I’m not going to give them gift cards or electronics. Especially my 13 year old son— he doesn’t even know what to ask for.

    • J.H.509

      YES!!! I have a pre-tween who doesn’t want toys anymore. A similar list would be VERY appreciated! TIA hip2save team!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      I’ll be sure to pass along your suggestion to the team, Christy!

    • Sue

      What about an experience? There has to be something he likes to do or a special place. It is a bonding thing for the parents that way too. We all spend so much time busy with all the things needing done and our kids like to see us have fun too. That, or even have him choose a friend or two to do an activity somewhere.

      • coulter

        Soo true. Great idea. As a grown man now, I look back at experiences and treasure them. Its a little harder to get kids that age to appreciate what we know are life long memories. But its ok – its about the memories for the parents and others in the families as well. Worst case scenario you force them to go LOL j/k

        • Nina

          My kids are 9 and 7 and a few weekends ago we all went to a trampoline place together. It’s the first time I have jumped as an adult. It was so much fun! And even better for us all to do it together. I know it’ll be more challenging to get a 13 year old to want to do this but I figure if we do stuff like this now it will hopefully stick with them. I am all about experiences- some other ideas are gift cards to – bowling alley, trampoline place, laser tag / arcade place, movie tickets, escape room, pottery painting place or one of those canvas painting places. Or how about gifting a vacation for the whole family? I haven’t done this yet but I’ve seen posts about people surprising the kids with a vacation and they unwrap stuff related to the vacation. Just some ideas. I’d love to hear more

          • Rebecca

            My kids are 16 (girl) and 19 (boy) and for the past few years we have gotten them a couple of smaller things they wanted (a new book in their favorite series, a clothing item they really want), but then go to shows together. We’ve done fiddle concerts, live musicals, Nutcracker ballet, live theater, Shen Yun, parody theater, Acapella concerts, things like that. And of course we include dinner or dessert – food must be involved with teenagers! Our kids love that kind of stuff. We live in a city where there are great local fine arts shows as well as traveling performances (think Les Miserables). Some shows are cheap and some are expensive, but so are a bunch of Christmas gifts! My parents live close so we do the same thing with them instead of a traditional gift. Spending time together making memories is the best!

    • JD

      Does your child own any stocks or funds? Give him a good book for teens on investing, work together on picking and a small amount of money and start him off. It can be a fun hobby that draws you together. Never let an opportunity pass to give a great book and yes, teens do read much more than people think. Take a look at Fat Brain Toys for teen suggestions. One that caught my eye was a kit of brain teasers solved through origami. Don’t forget to give a family gift for all of you. Each year buy a traditional board game. You could have a weekly or monthly family game night set aside or as an easy answer to “there’s nothing to do”.

    • JenniB

      I bought my 14 year old a metal detector for Christmas last year! He LOVES it, and now he spends a ton of time outside with friends.

    • MamaBear

      Same boat here!

    • Paula

      A hoodie. My daughter and her friends wear hoodies even when its 90 degrees out.

  4. Jen

    Just gonna be honest. None of these toys look very fun. Lol! I’m glad my kids don’t follow trends because I won’t be buying any of this.

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