Hatchimal and "Star Wars" gear among the top Christmas gifts for kids this year.
A man dressed as Santa Claus pets a toy as products are display for Christmas season at a Walmart store in Teterboro, New Jersey, Oct. 26, 2016. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Christmas may be right around the corner, but there’s still time to get some of the hottest gifts on every kid’s wish list. Check out a list of the hottest gifts kids are hoping to see under the tree on Christmas:

1. Hatchimals: It’s the furry friend on every kid’s wish list that will hatch from an egg after rubbing and tapping the egg’s surface. Although the egg-cracking will only happen once, when the baby Draggles, Pengualas and Owlicorns, kids can teach the colorful and cuddly creatures how to walk and talk, and before you know it the little Hatchimals can sing, dance and answer simple questions. The toy retails at $79.99.

2. “Star Wars” gear: Toys from the iconic movie are all the rage this holiday season, especially Walmart’s exclusive Star Wars Smart R2-D2, an app-controlled robot that kids can send on intergalactic explorations. The SW S1 BL Black Series Helmet is a must have for aspiring Stormtroopers, and Lego’s Star Wars sets are perfect options for creative kiddos that would rather build their own forces.

3. Pokémon: It may not be feasible to catch all the Pokémon before Christmas rolls around, but kids may have the best chance of collecting the most little creatures on video games like Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. The games operate on different time frames and have different Pokémon character options. Players also encounter different Legendary Pokémon during the game. Both video games retail for $39.99.

4. Lego: They’re the gifts that keep on giving. No matter what age, Lego blocks have a variety of sets that will keep kids busy building for hours. Based on the online video game, Lego Minecraft is one of the best-selling sets of 2016. Lego City Volcano Exploration Base is also a highly-rated option for little builders.

5. Little Live Pets Snuggles My Dream Puppy: If gifting a real dog isn’t an option this Christmas, the My Dream Puppy is the fluffy and cute alternative. The interactive puppy can be a fun tool to show kids how to take care of an actual pet. The puppy can bark, close his eyes when its bedtime, and responds realistically when he’s being showered with affection. He even comes with a bottle for feeding. Toy retails for $49.49.