It’s that time of year again when children are writing up their present lists to Santa.

Every year a list of new toys reveals itself to us, making for an influx of desired Christmas presents.

From a new booty shaking llama, to modern twists on old classics such as Pictionary Air, there is definitely something for everyone this Christmas.

With many toys flying off the shelves before the big day, here is a list of what the biggest toy stores collectively think will be hardest toys to get your hands on this Christmas.

1. Pets Alive Boppi, the Booty Shakin’ Llama

Priced at £19.99, Boppi will make sure to get the whole family up, dancing, and shaking their booty like nobody is watching. Dancing to three different current songs, Boppi is guaranteed to make everybody laugh and offer you a chance to work off your Christmas dinner.

2. Lego (75957) Harry Potter The Knight Bus

If you are a fan of the Harry Potter series and are looking for a way to share this without forcing the whole family to watch the films, this is the perfect present for you. Whether it be the intricate constructing of the Knight Bus itself, or acting out your favourite scenes with your favourite characters once its build. Sold for around £27.99.

3. L.O.L Surprise 2-in-1 Glamper Play set

Expand your collection with this 2-in-1 glamper play set, taking your L.O.L dolls to the next level. With lights, sounds, play areas and a removable car, your L.O.L dolls will be able to have endless amounts of fun. Be the first to add the new special addition, limited addition doll to your collection as well as over 50 more exciting surprises to discover inside.

4. Owleez, Flying baby Owl

The first interactive toy that can really fly. Place Owleez in her nest and watch as she gets comfortable, spreads her wings and actually learns to fly. She needs your help to build up her confidence, and hopefully you will have a blast teaching her all new tricks. No need to go outside Owleez can learn to fly right in your living room. Great entertainment for the whole family. Price ranges from £40-£50.

5. Pictionary Air

Better start practising your artist skills because the new way to play Pictionary is certain to give your family hours of endless fun. Forget the pen and paper, the new Pictionary allows you to draw in the air and have it magically appear on the screen in front of your family. Keep them guessing, make it as good, or as bad as you like. Priced at around £19.99.