Product news News & Gossip Top Christmas toy predictions for 2012 The Toy Retailers Association reveal this year’s must-have toys 1 of Ad break Retro wondersChristmas is fast approaching and with so many toys on the market it’s tough to know what your little one wants to open up on Christmas morning. And it seems the Toy Retailers Association (TRA) have also struggled to make a decision too, after revealing their official 2012 top toys for Christmas list as a ‘Dream Baker’s Dozen’. The list includes new character toys inspired by TV and film, retro classics, high-tech tablet computers and a mix of old favourites that have been given a fun contemporary twist. Cabbage Patch Kids, £29.99 from JAKKS Pacific Fuzzy friendFurby, £59.99 from Hasbro Techie toyInnoTab 2, £84.99 from VTech Ahoy there!Jake and the Neverland Pirates – Pirate Ship Bucky, £49.99 from Mattel Continue slideshow > Boredom busterLeapPad 2, £89.99 from Leapfrog Toys Pretty playhouseLEGO Friends: Olivia’s House, £69.99 from Lego Battle bricksLEGO The Lord of the Rings: The Mines of Moria, £68.99 from Lego Small-screen starMike the Knight’s Deluxe Glendragon Playset, £29.99 from Character Options Continue slideshow > Daring dollsMonster High Ghouls Rule Dolls, £22.99 from Mattel Cool collectablesMy Moshi Home, £39.99 from Vivid Imaginations Surefire hitNerf N-Strike Elite Hail-Fire, £44.99 from Hasbro Dance crazeTwister Dance, £26.99 from Hasbro Continue slideshow > Fun figurine Web Shooting Spider-Man, £34.99 from Hasbro Keep a look out for our pick of the best Christmas toys for babies, toddler girls, toddler boys, stocking fillers and more. Watch this space! Read more... Stacey Solomon: "My son loves peeing on me!" Check out these babes with their bling Victoria Beckham gets ready for some Halloween family fun By Claire O'Donnell Comments Latest on MadeForMums Little girl wakes her parents up in the *creepiest* way The age gap Sam Faiers REALLY wants between her children Is this the answer to helping your child sleep on a plane? How Charlie Gard's parents hope to 'save other babies and children'