Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Christmas Gift Guide ~ Kids 4 to 7 years


With Christmas just 3 weeks away, it is now time to join in with all the hustle bustle of Christmas!
Whether it be Late night Shopping or from the comfort of your own home online shopping, if you have children then no doubt you have a Christmas list of toys as long as your arm!
Here are some fantastic Christmas Gift Ideas for Children aged 4 to 7 years, tried and tested by me and my little crew of Toy Testers!!

Robo "My Magical Mermaid" playset


This beautiful mermaid comes with her very own underwater world! The battery operated Mermaid really swims around the tank which is lit up by LED lights. The Mermaid is included in the set along with a magic wand to lift her in and out the Tank. A gorgeous feature for your little girls room.
This is a fantastic toy worth every penny. My 4 year old loves it and never gets bored of it.

Priced around 14.99
Sold at Toys R us and Amazon

Baby Annabell "Baby George" Doll



Imagine having your very own baby Prince George? Baby Annabell by Zapf Creation have now launched their very own  George Doll, so now you can, well... almost!
This adorable George doll has all the same features as the original Annabell dolls.
George can babble, gurgle, cry real tears and suck on his dummy. Just like a real baby his mouth will move when he is sucking his Bottle... awww!!! When he is feeling unhappy.. he will let you know!!
My favourite thing about this doll is his little pale blue outfit with a British flag design. George comes with a bottle, dummy and bib. Both of my girls aged 4 and 7 love playing with this doll, as do I :-)

Priced around £47.00
Available at all good toy stores.

Sweet Snuggle Hug Me bear by Superdrug


If, like me you have a soft toy mad child. How about this gorgeous soft bear. He really loves to hug! His soft paws and made to wrap around you, to make sure your child gets an extra cosy hug at bedtime, aww :-)

Now on sale at Superdrug for £8.00!  BAGAIN!!

Princess Pink Ballet Shoes Soap by Superdrug

Perfect for my 2 little Ballerinas! 
another bagain price at £3.00

Frozen LipSmacker

A fantastic stocking filler for any little Frozen fan!
My girls love having their own lip cream and ofcourse being Frozen themed makes it even better!

Available online

Leapfrog LeapBand

Discover the only activity tracker made for kids that encourages active play and healthy habits with 50 fun challenges and a free Petathlon Games™ app.
So much fun but also so much exercise!
That toy is a fantastic idea, it is on both of my kids Christmas lists this year!

Available at Asda Direct priced £21.75

Ramion - Boris and the dumb skulls hardcover book

A fantastic childrens book age 7+
My daughter loves reading about anything slightly 'spooky' the mummies, ghosts, witches and magic keep her wanting to read more.
A great stocking filler for a child who loves to read.

Available from Amazon priced £7.77

Me to You Onesie from Asda

Both of my girls are Onesie mad at the moment, I am thinking of buying these for my cousins aged 5 and 8 because they made such great gifts!
So cosy and warm, and so cute!
Fantastic value and amazing quality!

Available from Asda priced £12

Baby Annabell Learns to Walk doll

Walking Baby Annabell is just like a real baby, with realistic baby movements. Baby Annabell is now learning to walk! With a little help from her mummy, watch Annabell learn to walk along the floor. She sits up and crawls and even walks along whilst holding your hands! The Baby Annabell range focuses on all the caring and nurturing aspects of being a mummy or daddy making it ideal for introducing little ones to the idea of a younger sibling coming along.
My daughters age 7 and 4 absolutley love this doll, we are hoping it will encourage their very lazy 14 month old brother to walk!!

Available from all good toy stores priced £49.99

Please take a look at my "For him and for Her" gift guide, and look out for my Baby and Toddler Gift guide coming very soon!!

                                                        Merry Christmas!!

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