8 Amazing Christmas Gifts For Children
Do not allow the fact that Christmas is less than 5 days away to send you into a vortex of panic. Instead, make it an excuse to get your holiday shopping going, especially because we have gift ideas on your list for all the kids. We’ve found just the right things to bring them joy, whether you’re shopping for toddlers or teenagers. Shopping for a child? For them, we have a whole separate list of concepts.
We checked everything from the hottest new toys out this year to old favorites from years past, to ensure that every item on our list is something children will really want. What are the best kids’ gifts for 2020?
A big bag of giant blocks
Building blocks are a great way to facilitate poor motor coordination, but for small hands, classic wooden blocks can be heavy. Mega Blocks are made of bright, lightweight plastic, and tall towers and other structures can be clicked together to create. Be sure to get a collection that includes at least 80 blocks as well as a zippered bag for quick clean-up and storage, some with curved shapes.
Their very own ball pit
You know that the ball pit is the hot spot for the toddler set if you’ve spent some time in indoor playgrounds, but it’s also a cesspool of germs. With a Play Tent and Pop-up ball pit, you can make your own-less germy-version at home. Toddlers and pre-walkers will love the two tunnels to explore, and it comes with a carrying case so that when not in use, you can fold it up and store it.
- Silly Skaters Unicorn
If they’re too young for a scooter, but they still want something to ride, get them a roller-skating, inflatable unicorn! Toddlers, particularly because it has motion-activated LED wheels that light up as they travel, will love cruising along on this toy. When not in use, parents would love that it can be deflated and conveniently stored.
- An indoor bowling set
For kids who enjoy life on the sports field, the long winter months can be torture. With an Indoor Bowling Kit, keep your tiny sports fan amused on snow days. The pins and ball are made of rubber, so you will not have to suffer from the cacophony of crashing bowling pins, and it comes with a pin set-up design as well as a plastic see-through backpack so that if the weather turns, the game can be quickly carried out to the lawn.
Garden to Kitchen Playset
There should be a play kitchen for every child, and this Christmas, you can take it to another level with one that also includes a pretend garden. All while studying essential concepts such as numbers, shapes, and the alphabet, toddlers and preschoolers will enjoy “planting” their greenhouse, collecting eggs, and making smoothies in the kitchen.
A 3-D play carpet
No room for a table on the train? Instead, get a 3-D play carpet for them! Crafted by an artist (who is also a mom), the colourful carpets come in five different designs and four different sizes: mini-city, beach house, farm, playhouse, and traffic. Children will love to guide the wooden vehicles around the streets, and when not in use, parents will love that the carpets can be rolled up and stored.
It can be amusing to learn to read and spell, particularly if your child has a set of Alpha-Bots. The big plastic upper-case letters readily convert into action-figure robots with only a few twists and turns. The Alpha-Bots are perfect for kids ages 3 to 5. They are also a fantastic way for kids to learn while playing.
8. A classic pair of binoculars
The gift of a pair of binoculars made just for them would be enjoyed by kids. This would be great if they are curious about birds, bees, and the natural world. Get some lightweight, colourful binoculars. That will be easy to use for children. Also get the ones that come with a neck strap so that they are not too often lost. Pair them and see how many feathered mates they can recognize with a bird sticker guide.
These Christmas gifts are all you need this year to bring a wide smile on your little one’s face. Hope these amazing presents will help you get inspired and pick the best ones.