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Gifts for Children This Christmas – Gift Guide

Gifts for Children This Christmas – Gift Guide

It’s that time of year! If your children are anything like mine, you will have a list as long as your arm of things they want, but what about the other children in your life? Children of close friends, nieces, nephews. Chances are they’re of all ages too. So here is my one stop shop list of gifts for children this Christmas.

Gifts For Children This Christmas – Gift Guide

 

 

1. Kids Rubix Cube

I have already spoken about my love for the Kids Rubix Cubes. You can check out my full review here. Prices start at just £6.99, and not only will this (hopefully) keep the kids entertained for a little while, it’s also great for developing their problem-solving skills – win-win!

Gifts for Children This Christmas - Gift Guide

2. Santa’s sack

Christmas morning is pretty exciting as it is but imagine their faces when they see a sack from Santa with their very own name on it. It will only add to the magic of Christmas morning. This one is from Gift Pup and can be personalised with two rows each with 12 characters each.

Gifts for Children This Christmas - Gift Guide

3. Name a star

Perhaps for the more mature child, but how special would it be to gift your child their very own star in the solar system?

The Intergalactic Star Database will give it your chosen name, and a unique database number which belongs solely to the recipient! In the pack, you receive detailed information to help you track down your star with a telescope, and an official certificate proving that it has been registered. You can find this beautiful gift at Find Me A Gift.

 

Gifts for Children This Christmas - Gift Guide

4. Glow in the dark Slime Factory

Slime! It’s everywhere, isn’t it? And if your child is anything like mine, they’ll be OBSESSED with it. Personally, I can’t bear the stuff but this Glow In The Dark Slime Factory is sure to have every slime fan smiling on Christmas morning! You can find this at Smiths Toys.

 

Gifts for Children This Christmas - Gift Guide

 

5. Fun Bricks 100pc

Maybe I’m just a big kid but I LOVE bricks like this. Even now at 37 years of age I could spend hours making things out of these fun bricks. The possibilities are endless and your little ones can let their imaginations run wild with the 100 piece Fun Bricks from John Adams. I’m tempted to put them on my own Christmas list!

 

Gifts for Children This Christmas - Gift Guide

6. Avengers Bedtime Sets

Perfect for a Christmas Eve bedtime box, these Avengers bedtime sets will be the ideal choice for your little superhero fan. The pyjamas have an elasticated waist and the slippers are faux fur lined – perfect for cold winter nights. By buying these in a bundle you’ll have a superhero worthy present and you’ll save yourself some money too! Find them at Cool Clobber. They also have a fabulous discount for my lovely readers. Enter WELCOME10 at checkout and you will receive a 10% discount!

 

Gifts for Children This Christmas - Gift Guide

7. Harry Potter LEGO Hogwarts Great Hall

One of the many new Harry Potter LEGO sets, the Hogwarts Great Hall comes with house banners, a tower with a movable spiral staircase, a potions room and a treasure room! It includes 10 minifigures: Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Draco Malfoy, Susan Bones, Professor McGonagall, Professor Quirrell with dual Lord Voldemort face, Hagrid, Albus Dumbledore and Nearly Headless Nick. 

If your small person likes LEGO and Harry Potter this will be the present of dreams!

Gifts for Children This Christmas - Gift Guide

8. Fingerlings hugs

The Fingerlings have been with us for a while now but these new Fingerlings Hugs are bigger and better. Their long arms are perfect for big hugs and these cuddle monkeys never want to let you go! You can swing them, pet them, and rock them to sleep, or give them a kiss and watch them kiss you back! Then record what you say and watch them repeat in funny ways. They’ll likely drive you mad, but the kids will love them!

Gifts for Children This Christmas - Gift Guide

9. Crayola Ultimate Light Board

The new Crayola Ultimate Light Board lets you draw and display art with bright light effects. There is built in marker storage and a large wipe clean reusable drawing surface for creating over and over again. The budding artist in your family will be entertained for hours with this fantastic light board.

Gifts for Children This Christmas - Gift Guide

10. The Hearing Things Game

One for the kids but a bit of fun for all of the family. The Hearing Things game is a  lip-reading challenge game. It comes with speech-cancelling electronic headphones and includes 150 cards with 600 phrases. You’ll have hours of fun with this.

 

Gifts for Children This Christmas - Gift Guide

11. ‘Frozen’ Magical LEGO Ice Palace for Elsa

Can you remember life before Elsa? The Magical LEGO Ice Palace is perfect for Frozen fans of any age! Build a grand and glittering Ice Palace and play out magical adventures with Disney Princess Elsa. Featuring characters and settings from Disney’s Frozen and includes Elsa with shiny fabric cape and Anna mini-dolls figures, as well as Olaf, Marshmallow and four Snowgies.

Gifts for Children This Christmas - Gift Guide

 

12. Coming soon – Quentin Blake Illustrated goodies from the Science Museum

Renowned for his humorous drawings and in particular his phenomenal contributions to the great works of children’s literature including books by Roald Dahl and David Walliams, Quentin Blake has been commissioned by the Science Museum, London to create brand new artwork for the walls outside its family-friendly Wonderlab: The Equinor Gallery, for visitors of all ages to enjoy.

These are made up of five large panels which feature a total of 20 scientists and engineers from the museum’s historical collection. Alongside the images, he has drawn of the scientists are the objects for which they are most famous and which are on display in our galleries or saved in their archives.

The Science Museum has produced a brand new range of products featuring the original and brand new designs by Quentin Blake.

The range features products from as little as 80p such as postcards to stocking fillers such as pencil tins, colouring books, pencil with rubber, fringed leather bookmarks, to slightly larger kids items such as aprons, t-shirts, canvas tote bags on to more adult-friendly limited edition prints, enamel mugs and magnets.

Take a look at the Science Museum online shop to find your perfect stocking fillers this Christmas. The shop is due to open on Tuesday 13th November (link coming soon!).

 

 

 

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*This gift guide contains items we have been sent for review or gifted. All words and opinions are my own.

 

 

 

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6 Comments

  1. 13th November 2018 / 1:52 pm

    Is this bad? I was tempted by the first 3 for my own forthcoming milestone birthday? These days our children always want video games which makes it boring for me but easy too. Roll on grandchildren so I can indulge in the fun stuff again! #TriumphantTales

  2. 13th November 2018 / 3:30 pm

    I love the rubik cubes, nice to see them making a comeback, I bought a finger spinner cube for a friends son for his birthday, he loved it #triumphanttales

  3. 13th November 2018 / 4:24 pm

    My kids would LOVE the Harry Potter Lego Set. That looks like so much fun! #TriumphantTales.

  4. 13th November 2018 / 11:33 pm

    Our kids would love the Lego and Rubix cubes! #triumphanttales

  5. 15th November 2018 / 10:04 pm

    I have a little boy who would love the avengers pj’s!! #TriumphantTales

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