Welcome to our post on Best Halloween Toys. Its 2020, even in the midst of the pandemic we can still have a nice Halloween as long as we are keeping safe!
There’s never been a better time to bond with the family than now! If you have checked out our previous post on Halloween toys for kids, I’m happy you’re here to check out our latest post for 2020!
Halloween is celebrated every year on October 31 and this year it will occur on Saturday, October 31st.
Here are Our 11 Best Halloween Toys in 2020
1. Playmobil Take Along Haunted House
You better be ready for a spooky time in this take Along Haunted House! This toy comes with a take along case, meaning you can carry it wherever you’re going. This set includes a monster, vampire figures, spider web, torch, coffin, a scientist, lantern, skull and some other fun accessories! You can use your imagination and have tons of fun with this awesome playset! Ages:4 to 10 years
2. Funko Advent Calendar: 13 – Day Spooky Countdown
Hurry! Start counting down to the spookiest day of the year with this awesome calendar that contains 13 Pocket pop sized figures. You’ll definitely have tons of fun with it since its good for kids and adults!
Age: 6+ and up
3. Calico Critters Halloween Playhouse
Great for imaginative play! This Halloween playset includes: broom, playhouse, chipmunk baby in ghost costume, rabbit baby in ghost costume. Tons of imaginative play will surely be derived from this playhouse! If you have other Calico Critters set you can simply mix and match and of course have loads of fun! Age: 36 months to 8 years
4. LEGO Holiday Halloween Haunt
Calling Lego lovers!!! This wonderful Lego pack comes with 2 minifigures, spider figures and a rat. It also includes pumpkin head. fire and black gates. No wonder it made our best Halloween toys list! Recommended for ages 7 and up!
5. Plush Pumpkin Toy – 4 piece
This Pumpkin Push is great for so many uses. It can be used to decorate your home or your little one can decide to just play with it! The material is soft, fluffy and you can even throw them in the washing machine for a good wash when dirty! Age: 12 months and up!
6. Halloween Squishies Toys (6 Pack)
This slow rising colorful squishies come in a gift box. The box includes pumpkin, Zombie, Vampire, Black Cat and Mummy. These soft squishy toys are great sensory toys for kids! Perfect for kids who love squishes! They are so soft and squeezable!
Age: great for kids 3 years and up!
7. HEXBUG nano V2 Glow in the Dark
Calling all bug lovers! Watch this little bug glow and climb! Don’t be surprised by how fast this bug moves. If you have other hexbugs you know what I’m talking about. If you’re new to this, this will be a big hit! Age: great for 4 to 15 years of age.
8. Halloween Party Superhero Dress Up
These are awesome for pretend play! They come with 20 capes and 20 masks and 30 stickers! You really do get a lot in this package which is great. Note that the capes are made from satin and they come without the logo.
Age: Great for kids 1 to 8 years of age.
9. LEGO Hidden Side, Bus Building Kit with Toy Bus and Ghost Toy
Your entire family can derive tons of fun from this awesome Lego hidden side set which comes with 6 figures.
Its so cool you can see this Lego set come alive by using augmented reality. Have fun building the bus and enjoy tons of creative play.
10. Playmobil Ghostbusters
The cool thing with Playmobil sets is that you can combine them with other sets you may have and have even more fun! The wonderful looking car has flashing blue and red roof lights. The light effects are controlled by switches on top of the car. It also comes with figures that can bend, sit, turn their heads and even stand. This toy requires 3AAA batteries. Age: great for ages 6 to 15 years.
11. LEGO Halloween Headless Horseman and Skeleton Horse Toy
Great for Lego collectors! This toy is an easy Lego build for young kids. This mini figures will also work with other Halloween themed sets that you may already have.
Halloween also known as AllHalloween is a fun day where people dress up and have fun, trick or treating.
How will you be celebrating Halloween this year? Please leave your comments below I would love to hear from you. Thanks.