15 roarsome Jurassic World Dominion toys

A selection of Jurassic World Dominion Toys

by Rosie Floyd |
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Is your child mad about dinosaurs? If the answer is yes, you've probably got dino toys scattered across your house. You and your little one have most likely watched all the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World films together too. Just when you thought there couldn't be any more toys to buy and films to watch, there's a new Jurassic movie out - Jurassic World Dominion. Although, you probably know this already, having a child that is obsessed with all things dinosaur-related.

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The latest movie reunites old and new members of the cast. It ties together the whole Jurassic franchise that spans over 30 years. We promise you won't see any spoilers here though! The new film is set four years after the destruction of Isla Nublar. Dinosaurs and humans now live and hunt alongside each other. It is hoped that the balance will reshape the future and determine whether humans will remain at the top of the food chain.

Our guide to Jurassic World Dominion toys that are totally roar-some

Whether your little one is familiar with the Jurassic franchise or Dominion is their first Jurassic film, we've rounded up the best Jurassic World Dominion toys that any dino-fan will be happy to play with.

Best interactive toy
Jurassic World Sound Slashin' Slasher Action Figure

Rrp: $39.99

Price: $26.99
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Kiddos can recreate their favourite scenes from the movie with this Therizinosaurus figure. It makes chomping and slashing sound effects, just like it did on-screen. With the help of an augmented reality app, you can bring the dinosaur to life through your phone. Find the DNA code and scan it to allow your little one to study the dino in the lab.

Pros: More than just an action figure
Cons: Requires a smartphone for AR experience

Best construction toy for older children
LEGO-Jurassic World Dominion Triceratops Ambush
Price: $36.85

Who doesn't love LEGO? This awesome building set features 210 pieces to make a pickup truck and an off-road escape buggy, as well as a triceratops figure and four mini-figures. Once the fun of the building is finished, youngsters can create their own dino adventure.

Pros: Two figures to build
Cons: Not suitable for children under seven

Best construction toy for younger children
LEGO DUPLO Jurassic World Dinosaur Nursery Toy
Price: £14.40 (was £18)


If your child isn't old enough for LEGO triceratops but still loves construction toys, how about this DUPLO set instead? It's designed for toddlers from age two, with larger bricks and fewer pieces to build.

Pros: Perfect size for tiny hands
Cons: Youngsters will need supervision while they play

Huge Jurassic World Dominion toy

Standing over one foot high and three feet long - this dinosaur figure is a whopper! It is pretty realistic looking with its texture and colouring. This colossal dino can swallow mini action figures whole, so your little one will love making this huge figure chase after its prey. After they've been gobbled up, they can be released by unlatching the belly so play can start all over again.

Pros: Realistic looking
Cons: Takes up more room than most toys - mini action figures aren't included

Best surprise toy
Jurassic World Captivz Surprise Egg

Rrp: $26.31

Price: $21.26

If your little one is a fan of surprise toys, they'll be pleased to know there are Jurassic World Dominion versions to discover. They will need to crack open the egg, dip through pre-historic sand, slice through amber sap, and ooze through the slime to uncover a mystery dinosaur from the film.

Pros: Lots to uncover in one toy
Cons: Messy, you don't know what dinosaur you're going to get, which could lead to duplicates if you buy more than one

Best Jurassic World Dominion board game

There's fun to be had for the whole family with the Stop N' Smash Board Game. The race is on to be the first person to collect five tokens to win while avoiding being stomped on by the T-Rex. You get to build clones of dinosaurs using Kinetic Sand during gameplay, so enough is going on in this game to keep even younger children engaged.

Pros: Kinetic Sand offers a sensory play element to the game
Cons: Not designed for solo-play

Best Jurassic World Domination toy for aiding with development

The classic Tomy Toomies Hide and Squeak Eggs have had a dino makeover to honour the new film. Inside the colourful egg shells, babas will find some adorable growling baby dinos.

Pros: Helps to develop logic, problem-solving and fine motor skills
Cons: Toy caters more to toddlers than older children

Bet pop up dinosaur game

There's a dino itching to escape out of his crate, but you don't want to be the one to make him escape. Kiddies will need to take it in turns to slide the bones through the sides, but if they make the dinosaur pop, they're out of the game.

Pros: Movie-take on a classic game, family fun
Cons: Not suitable for children under 36 months

Best Jurrassic World themed walking toy

Encourage little ones to take their first steps with this dinosaur walker. It features an easy-grip handle that's made for small hands to hold. There are colourful rocks to collect in the Gyrosphere that will be magically picked up when the toy is rolled over them.

Pros: Fantastic for toddlers thanks to its easy to grip handles**
Cons:** Some reported the balls fall out

Best collector's toy

This triceratops is part of a set of four that can be collected to make a decorative dino display. Each figure has a motion sensor so kids can watch it light up and come to life as they wave their hands in front of it.

Pros: Has an interactive element to it
Cons: Will need the full set of toys to be fully effective

Best push along toy
Imaginext Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Dinosaur Hauler
Price: £31.99 (was £39.99)


Youngsters will love rounding up dinosaurs in the back on this super cool Hauler. They can push it along the floor to chase after the creatures and turn the power pad to lower the ramp to wrangle them in the cage.

Pros: Encourages imaginative play
Cons: Not suitable for children under three

Best toy for encouraging plant growth

Children will be able to create their very own Jurassic World with this grow-your-own kit. It comes with kale, fern and wheat grass sets for your little one to nurture along with wooden dinosaurs, plastic rocks and a mountain model to put inside their mini-ecosystem.

Pros: Encourages children to look after plants
Cons: Not as interactive and fun as other Jurassic World Dominion toys

Best hatching toy
Jurassic World Drop n Pop Dino - Bumpy
Price: $19.99

Watch your kiddos gaze in amazement at this hatching dinosaur toy. They just need to drop it and watch as the baby dinosaur springs out. The plush and egg simply click back together, providing hours of fun.

Pros: Easy to carry around
Cons: Plush toy can't be removed from the egg

Best Jurassic World toy for two children

Siblings and best friends can plan their next adventure together with these walkie-talkies. They can be used indoors or outdoors with a range of up to 100 metres. They're designed to be held by tiny hands and are styled with dinosaur graphics from the movie.

Pros: Designed with young children in mind
Cons: Requires six AA batteries, which are not included

Best Jurassic World Dominion toy for creative kids

If your child is a mini-Picasso in the making, they'll love unleashing their creativity with this painting kit. It includes three moulds and a pack of plaster to make the dino models, and once they're set, your little one can decorate them using the pots of paint provided.

Pros: Perfect for a child who loves arts and crafts
Cons: A messy activity

What is the release date of Jurassic World Dominion?

Jurassic World Dominion was released in cinemas in the UK on 10th June 2022. It will show at cinemas for a few weeks and the DVD is expected to be released later this year.

Is Dominion the last Jurassic movie?

Jurassic World Dominion is the sixth film overall in the Jurassic franchise. Before its release, the filmmakers announced that Jurassic World Dominion would be the last movie of the Jurassic World trilogy.

What rating is Jurassic World Dominion?

The latest instalment in the Jurassic franchise is rated PG, so it is suitable for general viewing, but some scenes may not be suitable for young children. If your child has previously watched any of the Jurassic Park films, they should be okay with watching Jurassic World Dominion.

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