Christmas Gifts For Kids - What Katy Said

Christmas Gifts For Kids

Inside: Gift ideas for kids at Christmas time (inc. gifted items)

It’s that time of year again, can you believe it? I struggle every single year when it comes to buying gifts and so when I find good ideas I always want to share them so you can get inspiration for your little ones.

Whether you’ve got little ones or bigger ones, hopefully, you’ll find something for them here.

Gruffalo Bubble Bath Set

The Gruffalo is such a popular story and this year there are some lovely gifts on offer this year, including this Prickly Pear Bathtime Gift Set. It contains hair & body wash, moisturiser and a Gruffalo soft toy. RRP £10

Positivity Pencils by Stib.

Stib Jumbos are lovely bright chunky colouring pencils, perfect for little hands. They each come with inspirational wording along the side and are a perfect gift of positivity. RRP £9.95

Dinosaur Origami Triceratops Lamp

Have you got a dino mad little one to buy for? This is such a cool idea, perfect to use as a nightlight with its soft glow. Grab yours from The Present Finder, RRP £12.99

Rocket the Crossover Remote Control Car

If your little one loves cars and all things gadgety then they will love the Rocket the Crossover remote control car from Chicco. It has an ergonomic remote control, which makes it easier to use for little hands. Available from Argos, RRP £30

Robo Dash

Robo Dash is a robotic dachshund, who moves, sounds and acts like a real dog. If you aren’t quite ready for a real dog, this is the perfect alternative! Available from Amazon, RRP £59.99

Little Cooks Subscription

Kids love to cook and so a monthly subscription makes for a lovely gift – possibly as a gift to enjoy with a grandparent or aunty for some quality time. Each Little Cooks monthly kit comes with all of the dry ingredients measured out and a small activity for children to enjoy. You can pay month by month or sign up to several months to get a bundle price. Prices start at £8.99 per month and reduce down.

Handmade Dream Catcher

So many children suffer with nightmares and so this would make for a lovely gift. Dream Catchers are hung by the window to capture the bad dreams, allowing only good dreams to pass through. These Dream Catchers are handmade and come in various colours.

Paper Love Book

Do you feel that your children have too much screen-time but don’t know what to give them to entertain them? The Kids’ Book of Paper Love has over 180 pull-out paper goodies and screen-free activities to do and honestly it is just the loveliest idea. Perfect for age 7 – 14, RRP £14.99

Harry Potter Diary

It is almost the new year and all children love stationery, don’t they? We are massive Harry Potter Fans in this house and so what better theme for a diary than a Harry Potter diary? RRP £10

Christmas board game

Every year we treat ourselves to a new board game and this year we’ve gone for a Christmas themed one! I am so excited! It even involves singing Christmas songs! The Very Merry Christmas game will make the day feel even more festive and can be enjoyed by all. Available from Debenhams and Amazon. RRP £20

Specdrums

I’m so excited for these! Specdrums are musical rings that make sounds according the colour they are tapping. The come with a colourful play pad but can also be used on clothing and any other colourful object. Such a fun idea! RRP £64.99

Mobile phone

As children get older and walk to and from school on their own, it is a good idea to get them a phone. The IMO Q2 Plus 2019 is the latest model from IMO and is perfect for a starter phone. It is available for £37 from Vodafone in True Blue and £40 from Argos in Love Pink.

The Guinness World Records book is one of those traditions that needs fulfilling every year, isn’t it? Mine absolutely love finding all of the weird and wonderful records that have been achieved each year and so this will be the perfect gift for them!


I hope this has given you some ideas!

We were gifted some of these items but as always I only include things I love and would use myself.

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