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Pokémon toys for kids are some of the most popular and best toys around.

Pokémon mania has been a global phenomenon for the last 20 years. Children and adults all over the world have been obsessed with the Japanese media franchise since it started and there is a thriving community of Pokémon fans.

So, what are Pokémon? They are creatures of different shapes and sizes with a variety of powers that live in the wild alongside humans in the Pokémon universe. These creatures are captured and trained by Pokémon trainers who then battle their Pokémon to become the best trainer around.

The Pokémon universe has become so well loved because of the vibrant characters and fascinating creatures that people can really connect with. If you ask anyone their favourite Pokémon character you are bound to have an answer, whether it is the fiery Charizard, the dastardly Mew-Two or the adorable Pikachu.

The TV show has become so popular and interactive that people now enjoy Pokémon in many forms. You can find kids in playgrounds trading Pokémon action cards, kids battling their Pokémon on gaming consoles, and even kids dressing up as their favourite Pokémon for Halloween.

It is without a doubt that Pokémon toys are a safe bet and an excellent gift for kids because they are so well loved. You may be looking for some Pokémon gift ideas for the perfect present for kids. We have a list of the best Pokémon toys on the market. There are so many different types around and we have categorised our list of best toys so that you can find exactly what you are looking for.

For some other toy ideas and inspiration you can also take a look at these robot toys, or how about one of these remote control cars for kids.

Our Top Choice

Pokémon Monopoly Board Game

This game combines two cult classics: the Pokémon franchise and Monopoly board games. Enjoy the best of both these universes with this board game that can be played by the whole family. It has all the features of a classic Monopoly game but explored through the Pokémon world. Join Pikachu and other Pokémon characters as you travel through eight gyms and battle against other Pokémon whilst you accumulate riches and avoid bankruptcy, taxes, and jail. In this version of Monopoly, players don't invest in houses and hotels, but in Poké centres and Poké gyms, making it a truly immersive and unique experience. This game would make an excellent Christmas or birthday gift, and can be easily whipped out on evenings and parties for endless fun. The board game is high quality, as expected of Monopoly games, so will last for several years. This makes it a game that is worth the price.

  • Price: £33
  • Age: 8+
  • A fun twist on the classic family game
  • High quality and durable materials

Best Card Game

Pokémon TCG Battle Academy‍

Pokémon cards are where this franchise began and almost everyone has played them since their release a couple of decades ago. This game is an up to date Pokémon card game that is graphic, exciting and action packed. Kids can trade, battle, collect and bring to life the Pokémon universe. The battle academy set includes everything for two players to play including three decks and guides to the decks to help beginners get started. You can also purchase extra deck add-ons (sold separately) to mix up the action. All you need to do is find a flat surface and let the battles begin!

  • Price: £21.99
  • Age: 6+
  • 2 player game
  • Includes a guide

Best For Trivia Fans

Pokémon Trainer Trivia‍

So your child thinks they know everything about Pokémon? Put them to this test with this awesome interactive Pokémon trivia game complete with 1,000 questions to keep kids on their toes. There are two player modes: single player and multiplayer. In single player mode, players try to beat their top score. Multiplayer mode allows for four players. The game works in a true or false format. Just be the first to press your Pokémon buzzer and give the right answer. If you are correct, you gain a point and the other players lose two points. If you are incorrect, you lose two points. The winner is the player with the most points. The toy also has three levels of play: beginner, advanced and expert so anyone can have a go at the game.

  • Price: £23
  • Age: 7+
  • 1,000 Pokémon trivia questions
  • Singleplayer and multiplayer features
  • Incles 3 x AAA batteries

Best For Under 10s

Pokémon Carry Case Playset‍

This carry case contains a mini Pokémon world that children can explore with Pokémon action figures. The Pokémon world inside has seven different play features including a battle arena, a spinning whirlpool and sneak attack launch pads. You just need to purchase some small Pokémon figures and you're good to go. Children can re-enact Pokémon battles, the adventures of Ash and his friends, or leave it up to their own imagination. There are endless amounts of play with this toy.  One of the great things about this toy is that it is fully portable. The world packs up inside the carry case that kids can wear as a backpack, so this is a great toy to keep kids entertained on the go. The set does include small pieces though so it is not recommended for children aged three and below.

  • Price: £39.99
  • Age: 4+
  • Folds into a usable backpack
  • 7 different play features

Best Pokémon Toy For Under 5s

Pikachu 8" Pokémon Plush Toy‍

Kids, especially younger ones, love plush toys. Even adults love them too and that is why this Pikachu plush is a fabulous gift.  Your child can have Pikachu as a cuddly and adorable companion with this ultra soft Pikachu toy. It makes a great buddy to take on long trips, a snuggle partner in bed, or even part of a collection of Pokémon plush toys and figures. This Pikachu is eight inches tall and is made of high quality fabrics with durable stitching. It is a toy that can last for years and be passed down between generations. This adorable toy is at a very reasonable price too, so great value for money.

  • Price: £12.99
  • Age: 2+
  • 8 inch tall
  • Supersoft plush

Best Building Toy

Q-Man Pokémon Pikachu 3D Construction Toy‍

Kids love building sets to construct things, destroy them and use their imagination. This toy allows children to build their own 3D Pikachu. The kit comes with 116 building bricks and a step by step guide on how to create Pikachu. Assembly time is around two hours depending on your child's ability. Kids don't have to just build Pikachu, they can get creative and build whatever they want with the blocks, providing even more hours of enjoyment. This toy is really durable made with high quality materials and designed according to animation modelling. The bricks are also easy to work with and secure onto each other really well. Q-Man company also provide after purchase care and you can get one-time free compensation for any missing parts.

  • Price: £11.99
  • Age: 6+
  • 116 pieces building bricks
  • Comes with building guide

Best For Families On A Budget

Ravensburger Pokémon Puzzle‍

Ravensburger is known globally for making high quality puzzles with beautiful images and has sold a billion jigsaws worldwide. So, you can rest assured that this Pokémon jigsaw is a fool-proof gift option for puzzle lovers. The jigsaw image is a collection of everyone's favourite Pokémons from Jiggly Puff, Bulbasaur, Charizard to Pikachu. The 100 piece puzzle is made of extra large pieces crafted from premium cardboard. Once completed, the puzzle is 49 x 36 cm. This is a great toy for kids because it helps develop their problem solving skills and is also a form of mindfulness. You can also join in with your child for a great family-bonding activity.

  • Price: £7.99
  • Age: 6+
  • 100 piece puzzle
  • Extra-large durable puzzle pieces

Best For Collecting 'Em All

AHERIC Pokémon Throw N Pop Great Ball With Pokémon Figures‍

This toy has all the fun without a massive price tag. Kids can pretend to be a Pokémon trainer in battle. All they have to do is place Pikachu inside the ball, close it and prepare to throw out Pikachu into battle. Once the ball hits a surface, the ball pops open launching Pikachu into a fight. It is a fantastic game to allow children's imaginations to go wild. Pikachu is the action figure for the toy mentioned but you may also be interested to know that AHERIC makes other versions of this toy using other Pokémon action figures including other favourites like Bulbasaur and Squirtle. This way, your child can collect 'em all and have different Pokémons on their team.

  • Price: £14.99
  • Age: 3+
  • Includes 1 Pikachu figure and 1 Poké ball  

Best For Imaginative Play

Pokémon Clip N Go Poké Ball Belt

Children can become a real Pokémon trainer with this toy. They just put on the belt and they are ready for battle by releasing the Pokéballs attached. This also makes it a great toy for playing outside and could even make an interesting fashion statement. The set comes with an adjustable belt, two Pikachu action figures and two Pokéballs.  The belt can fit up to six Pokéballs so you can even purchase more balls each with a different Pokémon action figure (sold separately). The toy does have some small pieces so is not recommended for children below three years of age.

  • Price: £19.99
  • Age: 4+
  • Includes adjustable belt, 2x Poké balls, 2 x Pikachu action figures
  • Can purchase additional Pokéballs and figures

Best For Indoors And Outdoors

Pokémon Trainer Guess Ash's Adventures‍

Kids can test their Pokémon knowledge with this awesome and smart game. The trainer guess Pokéball works using super modern voice recognition technology, no buttons needed. Just think of a Pokémon, answer the questions from the Trainer Guess Pokéball and it will figure out which Pokémon you have in mind. The trainer guess knows 150 different Pokémon that Ash and his friends also encountered on their quest to be the best Pokémon trainer. With this toy, your child can feel like a fully fledged Pokémon trainer too. It also has a trainer field guide with pictures and information about the different Pokémon so children can be Poké experts.  This toy is also really easy to take out and about. It works really well as both an indoor and outdoor game as it does not have small pieces to pack up and move around and is battery operated.

Best Buys selects the top parent-recommended products across the web for families of all ages. If you liked our suggestions for the best Pokémon toys for kids then why not take a look at our round up of the best Harry Potter gifts or for something different take a look at the best microscopes for kids.

  • Price: £15
  • Age: 6+
  • Easy to take around
  • Comes with a Pokémon trainer guide
Kidadl Team
Written By
Danielle Outen

<p>Growing up in London, Danielle has a Bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Southampton and a Master's degree in Development Management from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She has always been surrounded by a big family and loves outdoor activities and adventurous experiences. She has traveled the world in search of new waves to surf. Danielle enjoys discovering new and fun activities to share with her relatives.</p>

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