Gift Guide: Kids

Kids

Do you remember a time before the internet, where you’d compile your Christmas list by circling the best toys in your parents’ catalogues? Long gone are those days, so to help you figure out what to treat your little ones to this year we’ve put together this handy gift guide.

Boxer Robot

The hand-sized robot uses artificial intelligence to play games and show a range of emotions. It comes with 10 activity cards which lets Boxer know what game you want to play when he rolls over and scans it. You can use him to play ping pong with a friend, football and bowling. He'll even let you know if he's happy, sad, grumpy or sleepy.

Elasti Plasti

If you're one of those parents who are fed up with scrubbing sticky slime from the carpet, then this could the gooey alternative you've been looking for. These giant pots of Elasti Plasti Slime aren't sticky, but still provides hours of entertainment such as blowing giant bubbles 20 times its regular size with a straw.

Poopsie Unicorn Slime Surprise

Feed your unicorn and she'll magically poop slime in her glitter potty. Add unicorn magic to transform the slime and customise it for never-ending fun.

Paw Patrol Rescue Fire Truck

Help Marshall save the day in Adventure Bay! With flashing lights and sounds, this rescue vehicle is ready for any action-packed mission. Use the crank arm to move obstacles and the extendable ladder to reach new heights.

Harry Potter LEGO set - Hogwarts Great Hall

This 878-piece set, priced at £89.99, will let you recreate the magic of the Hogwarts Great Hall. The set also has a fireplace, benches, tables and reversible house banners, plus the Grand Staircase tower with a spiral staircase, potions room, treasure room, sorting hat, Mirror of Erised™ and lots of magical artefacts.

 

Ricky the Trick-Lovin' Pet

Furreal Friends pup Ricky has more than 100 sound and motion combinations - from balancing a biscuit on his nose to giving you a paw-shake. Expensive at £134.99, but a good option if you're little one is keen to get a pet but you're not too sure about the real thing yet.

Posted on 29 Oct 2018  |  Posted in  Gift Guides
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