Children shouldn’t be hard to buy for but they notoriously are, right? They show us their lists full of lots of stuff that we just can’t possibly ever afford to buy it all and we see things we think they’d like but don’t want to get it wrong. Here are ten ideas for gifts this year.
TX-30 Gioteck Stereo Gaming & Go Headset – £14.99
One for the older kids if you have a gamer in your life. This headset has a robust build quality and a discreet inline mic that make it perfect for the budding gamer.
The TX-30 is a great, affordable, gaming gift this Christmas and is available now from Argos. For only £11.99, it’s the perfect gaming companion for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 or Nintendo Switch and great for listening to music too!
A personalised children’s book – £17.99
Available from BangOnBooks, these personalised children’s books make for such a lovely unique gift that the child you are buying for is sure to be grateful for. The stories will keep them entertained and amused.
This lovely book had the option of adding in not just Jacobs name but also his photo! – Thats a first for me as most only add in a name!
Beat The Clock – £16.95
This fun activity set is fantastic for young ones to test their skills and reflexes. There are 36 different challenges which are tricky but fun and this can be played alone or with friends. A great addition to the Christmas pile, for sure.
So Slime DIY Case – £17.95
Now I don’t know about you but my kids love slime. This slime case is a great gift as it completely ties in with the trends right now and will certainly keep them busy for absolutely ages. Slime is always going to be a winner!
Baby Secrets Activity Packs – £12.99
There are four different varieties available of the Baby Secrets activity packs – you can get the pram pack, the bassinet pack, the high chair pack or the rocking horse pack and each pack comes with two exclusive babies, a surprise baby, a tub, three birth certificates, a collector’s guide and either the high chair, bassinet, rocking horse or pram depending on the pack you have. It is suitable for ages 4+ and is a great stocking filler.
One World Futbol™ – £35
This football will surely be a worthwhile gift for the sports mad kid in your life. The football is ultra durable, never goes flat and never needs a pump. Talk about the perfect gift – who else hates it when their football goes flat and it needs to be pumped up? Exactly! No more of that with one of these!
Casdon Toy Dyson Vaccuum Cleaner – £36
I recently reviewed this on my site and gave my thoughts – if you have a little one that loves helping out around the house, then this is perhaps the perfect toy for them. It even has a little bit of suction itself!
Smiggle Walkie Talkies – £30
Ah Smiggle, the kid’s shop of dreams. We’ve all seen the posts all over social media from parents talking about how much their kids love absolutely everything in the shop! These black Spy Walkie Talkies have up to 200m range and provide hours of fun for the child you’re buying for and a friend.
DIY Glow Goo Kit – £12.50
Create the gooiest, slipperiest slime you possibly can with this fun DIY Glow Goo Kit. The kit contains everything a child could possibly need to create their own slime and it even glows in the dark. What could be better?
Wonder Workshop Dash Robot – £125
Another toy that I have recently reviewed, this Wonder Workshop Dash Robot is for ages 5+. Dash is an interactive educational and customisable robot that is designed to sense its environment and can even be programmed wirelessly with the use of a tablet or phone on the apps (there’s more than one!). It helps children to learn transferable skills and gives them key coding and programming knowledge – plus, what child doesn’t want a robot?
What have your children got on their Christmas lists this year?