It’s that time of year when children everywhere are making their Christmas wish lists. Chloe is still a little young to make demands and Izzy doesn’t ask for much yet which is nice and I’m going to enjoy it while it lasts.
Here are some ideas of great gifts around this winter for children of all ages:
What child doesn’t love a doll? This Tiny Tears 50th Anniversary Doll is so pretty and I’m sure any little one opening this on Christmas Day would be thrilled.
An alternative to playdoh? This soft modelling sand from Sands Alive is reusable and looks like so much fun.
Another creative gift of Aquabeads:
This Lighthouse Playset will go down a storm with any Pip Ahoy fans:
Any Twirlywoo watchers? We love the TV show and they now have some great toys to accompany it:
We do love to read and this Miffy book is both cute and interactive:
This RC Flying Dragon is great for bigger kids ( or Dads):
We still have Frozen Fever in our house and these Frozen Jelly Stickers and Snow globe maker kits are ideal for creative kids.
This is one of the most wanted toys this year. My Friend Freddy is a truly interactive toy and a real friend in the shape of a bear.
For older children these drawing kits called Skinny Sketchers are perfect:
Got a child who loves sleepovers? These sleeping bags from Snugpak are perfectly shaped for smaller figures:
Playmobil is a firm favourite of my girls. They have a fabulous selection of toys this year and also this advent calendar which is ideal for children who for one reason or another can’t eat chocolate.
CHOC Chicos Kit: These dairy and soya free chocolate making kits are great for children with allergies and really good fun to make.
Leapfrog Fridge Phonics look great fun and are also educational teaching early alphabet skills and phonics.
For the very little ones there are some gorgeous Forever Friends products including this bear:
* Some of these items were gifted for the purpose of this guide.