Share this
CHICAGO (WLS) — Toys are top of mind for many parents this time of year, and it’s good timing on the Toy Association’s part.

The finalists have been announced for the “Toy of the Year” awards.

Adrienne Appell, a toy trend specialist, joined ABC7 Chicago Monday to run through the finalists.

RELATED: Toys designed to get entire family in holiday spirit

There are 114 finalists that encourage creative play, and there’s something for everyone.

“It’s what’s hot for your child,” Appell said.

Some of those finalists include Follies, Humans Who Play; Glo-up Girls; the Crayola Light-Up activity board; Super Mario Delux Bowser Ship Playset; Bill Nye’s Space Lab and a VW camping bus.

You can vote for your favorite toys at through Jan. 4.

Copyright © 2021 WLS-TV. All Rights Reserved.

Source: ABC7

Share this
You May Also Like
Mayor Lightfoot says 'dangerous' people charged with violent crimes need to be held in custody until trial

Mayor Lightfoot releases budget forecast with $127.9 million shortfall, $42.7 million property tax hike

CHICAGO (CBS) — Facing the smallest budget shortfall of her tenure, a $127.9…
Attorney and former Barack Obama aide Suraj Patel is challenging Reps. Carolyn Maloney and Jerry Nadler for New York's 12th Congressional District

Nadler, Maloney challenger says US needs ‘new generation of leaders’ – but backs Biden in 2024

Congressional hopeful Suraj Patel called for ‘a new generation of leaders’ during…

Traffic stop leads to $260 million fentanyl seizure in Fayette County

LA GRANGE, Texas – A traffic violation in Fayette County on Tuesday…
Kate Regan, 26, from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, said the conditions such as anorexia and bulimia can be triggered at a young age and well-meaning parents can inadvertently cause children to develop unhealthy food relationships

Dietitian, 26, who specialises in eating disorders shares five things parents should never do

A dietitian who specialises in eating disorders has revealed why parents shouldn’t…

Basin Electric returning millions to members and decreasing rates

BISMARCK, N.D. (KXNET) — Basin Electric’s board of directors unanimously voted to…

At 75, India seeks way forward in big but job-scarce economy

NEW DELHI – As India’s economy grew, the hum of factories turned…

Jacksonville’s James Weldon Johnson Park getting redesigned

The Friends of James Weldon Johnson Park board just approved a three-year…

What does it mean to ‘take the Fifth’?

NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Donald Trump showed up Wednesday for questioning under…