Kids Christmas Gift Guide

With less than two weeks to go before the big day, Father Christmas and his elves will be busy preparing millions of toys and checking the naughty and nice lists. So what is on your child's Christmas list this year? Maybe they want the latest computer game or LOL doll or the latest gadget. If you need some inspiration for the perfect gift then look no further, I've picked out a few of the most popular toys around this season and also found some unique gift ideas from small independent businesses.

Squeezamals 8" unicorn

2018 has been the year of the unicorn so what better way to end the year than combining it with this year's favourite toy, the squishy? A squeezable unicorn is sure to be big hit on christmas morning!
Squeezamals are super soft, super squishy and scented too!

Unicorn umbrella

Continuing the unicorn theme, this is a unique gift for a little unicorn fan! This cute umbrella has a sleepy unicorn face and ears and horn. A great reason to be happy when it rains!

One Dear World Dolls

This family company believe all children, both boys and girls, deserve a doll that represents them so that they can learn to appreciate themselves as they are. The husband and wife team have created a collection of multicultural dolls that allow different children to be represented and allow parents to introduce diversity to children from an early age. The dolls are made by an ethical manufacturer which is certified by the ICTI Ethical Toy Program.
£60 for the whole set plus story book.
From £20 for an individual doll

Animagic Woofles

If Santa can't quite manage to get a real live puppy on his sleigh for your child then surely they will be happy with the next best thing, an Animagic Woofles! This playful puppy is very realistic, stroke his head and he will make cute puppy sounds and when you talk to him or use his squeaky bone he will react to you by barking and moving around.

Fuzzy felt Space

Fuzzy Felt Space is the perfect way for little ones to create a starry scene, launch a rocket and walk on the moon! Take them on a space adventure with this exciting set of astronomy-inspired felt shapes, ready to create a whole world of pictures. The set includes over 100 assorted felt shapes, an ideas leaflet for endless inspiration and a felt playboard. They can make a different picture every time!

Hacienda Classic Bean Bag

Older kids will love this stylish and cosy bean bag. Perfect for a teenagers bedroom, they'll be the envy of their friends!

My Encyclopedia of Very Important Dinosaurs

This colourful children's book is something that every young dinosaur enthusiast will want to own. The book takes you back in time to practise your palaeontology, see dinosaur bones up-close, and learn facts about fossils.

Scoop magazine subscription

Scoop is a magazine aimed at 7 to 12-year olds. The magazine is packed full of short stories, non-fiction, poetry, comics, interviews, reviews, activities and quizzes. It explores everything from punk to painting, from science to poetry, from super-natural phenomena to playwriting! The magazine also publishes original stories created by fantastic authors and illustrators just for Scoop. Contributors include Raymond Briggs, Joanna Lumley, Tom Stoppard, Catherine Johnson, Tom Whipple, Jacqueline Wilson, Chris Priestley, Laura Dockrill, Chris Riddell and many more.
£36 for an annual subscription (£33 if setup by Direct Debit) and six editions will be sent bi-monthly across 12 months.

Dreamer Unicorn Bottle

Designed with little spectacle wearers in mind, this sturdy yet lightweight metal bottle has a white glossy finish with a beautiful unicorn design perfect for any glasses-wearing girl.


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