Monday, June 12, 2017

A Quick Guide to the Perfect Children’s Birthday Presents



It can sometimes be a chore to think up creative and fun birthday presents for children, especially ones which are affordable too.

We’re going to quickly whistle through some of our top recommendations for some exciting gift ideas which are sure to make you parent of the year!

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Colouring Set - £10.00 from The Works

Colouring is a great way to nurture creativity in your little ones so why not get them started early with a stationary/colouring set so that they can scribble to their heart’s content?

And remember, true creatives never stay between the lines! You may be surprised at what kinds of weird, wonderful and maybe even artistic, creations they come up with!

Toy Cars Set - £9.99 from Argos

Any aspiring Lewis Hamilton needs a good set of toy cars to race around the living room floor.

Be warned though, once you get them started, they’ll likely want to just keep on adding to their budding collection!

Kid’s Binoculars - £2.00 from Matalan

If they like to be out and about exploring the creepy crawlies in the garden, your little one might love a pair of their own binoculars.

Perfect for seeking out wildlife, they’re a must-have for any budding young explorer.

Craft Kit - £5.00 from HobbyCraft

Craft kits are a great way to nurture your child’s creativity, giving them all the tools and equipment they need to go and make whatever they want.

Sequins, glitter, feathers, craft kits contain everything they’ll need to let their imaginations run wild, and really develop their creative skills.

Doll’s Pram – TBA from Play Like Mum

Having their own doll to look after and play with is a great way for children to learn independence and responsibility, so why not treat them to a top of the range pram too, just like the one mum and dad use?

Photo Booth Props - £3.99 from Party Delights

Now that they’ve got hold of phones and tablets, kids love messing around and taking selfies, but instead of using their favourite filters, why not give them some fun, physical props to use too, for some silly photos which you’ll be able to share with all your friends?

Foam Swords - £8.49 from Amazon

Sometimes, kids just need to get all of that pent up energy out in a big old play-fight, so at least you can make sure that nobody’s going to get hurt with a set of soft foam swords and shields.

Rubik’s Cube - £9.99 from Argos

Puzzles are always a great way to get the old grey matter working for children, and there’s a reason that the Rubik’s Cube is such a classic!

It’s such a simple and addictive game with its unique twisting and turning action that’s easy to get to grips with, but difficult to put down.

Bath Toys - £6.99 from Argos

Whether they love or hate bath time, why not make it more fun with some bath toys? For some reason, there’s just something kids love about splashing around the bathtub!