Every Tuesday at 6.45pm in The Club with Sam, we speak to our toy expert, Toyologist Pete! So make sure you tune in to find out about the coolest toys around right now.
Beyond the new subject matter in the classroom there is the burning question of what’s attracting attention at break-times, which collectables are hot property, what is hot to swap? Click play below to listen and find out:
And check out our list of cool playground toys below!
If you’ve not heard of the latest craze sweeping the nation may we welcome you back from your holiday in Outer Mongolia, Moshi Monsters are everywhere. We love these cute and collectable Moshlings.
Each pack has two inside and a secret code to grab a free online item.
Price: £1.99 each
One of our other favourite toy makers is jumping on the collectables bandwagon with these new fi?ures range, that’s right figures with a question mark.
Series one are split into boys and girls ranges with body parts you can swap about and have fun with – Chef’s hat on a bandit and give him the electric guitar.
For those just making their way to the school gates for the first time on those scooters that seem to be everywhere we’ve something to brighten up the ride.
All new Scoobits come in half a dozen character’s to stick on your scooter – swappable and squidgy, what’s not to like?
Another 16 highly desirable minifigures that’ll have fans of the previous four sets very excited.
This new bunch of collectable characters have an accessory each so you can swap them around with your previous purchases for fun and all come with a display plate and collectors sheet.
A new plaything that comes in two parts – a chip that can feature over 100 different plus a removeable silicon ring in 10 different colours and shapes.
Put the chip inside the ring you can swap, compare and play more than 25 different games with them. log on to bumpeez.com, scan in your chips on the webcam and keep your own collectors album and more.
Next Tuesday tune in to The Club with Luke to hear about more exciting toys!
To find out more about these and loads more great toys, visit www.toyology.co.uk