So hands up who’s finished their Christmas shopping? Thought not. There is something about this time of the year that makes people panic. Well, fear not if you have yet to buy for those children ages 5-8 years because I have some wonderful ideas that just might help your stress levels.
Nikko RC Psycho Gyro Vehicle – £49.99 – From 8 Years
The Nikko range is a newish brand to us but one that is super addictive. Its extreme stunt ability means you just can’t get enough of its antics. The Nikko RC Psycho Gyro delivers exclusive Gyro Stunt technology allowing you spin, drive and stunt on one or two wheels.
The Psycho Gyro allows for spins on one wheel or 2 and can be played with inside or out so can be played al year round!
Light seekers Tyrax Starter Pack – £49.99 – From 8 Years
This is the most exciting toy I have come across this year. Light seekers Tyrax Starter Figure Pack Action Figure Set is the first action adventure role playing video game that connects to real life action figures, trading cards and even comics.
The game is free to download with no in-app purchases and on mobiles and tablets. The action figures and accessories connect via Bluetooth and appear in the game! This starter set has everything you need to get your adventure underway.
Personalised Retro Sweets – £24.99
We are a household with a massive love of all retro sweets, even the kids are developing a taste for them these days. However if you have been round here a while you will know that I am a massive fan of personalised gifts and so why not have both personalised and retro!
These fabulous jar of retro sweets from Find Me A Gift is right up our street and will be showcasing this Christmas in our household. With some of our all time favourites in there will certainly be no left overs for us!
LeapFrog Ultimate Tablet – £109.99 – From 3 Years
I have been a massive fan of the LeapFrog Tablet range for years. The LeapFrog Ultimate Tablet has a 7″ hi-res touch screen and is compatible with all the LeapFrog learning games.
The LeapFrog learning library has over 800 games and apps all available to purchase and download and all of them are age appropriate and geared to a set age range making it easier to make sure you are supporting their learning on all levels.
Silver Cross Pioneer 5 In 1 Dolls Pram – £59.99 – Age 4-7
We recently reviewed this wonderful dolls pram with the kids boys and both boys loved it and still continue to love it
This beautiful replica of the Silver Cross Pioneer adds a super element of reality to play with its life like features. The Silver Cross Pioneer 5 in 1 Dolls Pram comes in grey and pink and is bound to make any child super happy to find this under their tree this Christmas.
VTech Kidizoom Flix – £29.99 – From 4 years
This fun alien friend can detect faces and will make funny alien responses when you talk to it. You are able to customise his look by changing the colour of its eyes and the background. It has 3 fun games pre installed and not only can it take photos and videos you can also set Flix to Guard mode where he will act as your guard and take photos of any objects he detects so you know who’s been in your space!
The VTech Kidizoom Flix comes in both blue and pink.
The Last Knight Mega 1-Step Turbo Changer Dragonstorm – £79.99
This action figure is around 12 inches and converts between a knight and dragon modes in one super easy step. It has over 20 The Last Knight movie inspired phrases and noises.
The Last Knight Mega 1 Step Turbo Changer Dragonstorm figure features Cyberfire tech to reveal hidden symbols on 1-Step Turbo Changer figures and to activate you shine the LED Cyberfire lights located in the dragon’s mouth directly onto 1-Step Turbo Changer figures and some hidden symbols emerge!
Furby Connect – £32.99 – From 6 years
We were lucky enough to get our hands on one of these last Christmas and loved them. Take the addictivness of Furby Original and add in an app and lots more features and you have the Furby Connect.
The Furby Connect has lots to say and speaks in Furbish, but its easy to decipher if you listen carefully. Furby has colourful eyes that display more than 150 animations to help express what Furby wants.
Obviously its hard work being a Furby so it will need some sleep. To let your Furby friend get some shut-eye it coms with an eye mask that lets him sleep.
Fubry interacts with you when you play with it, give it a tickle or shake and it has some interesting and funny reactions.
Do you have any suggestions for the list?