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Here is part 2 of our Christmas Gift Guide for 2016. This guide features gifts for kids. From stocking presents to teething toys and books. Happy Shopping!
A couple of months back we reviewed the full size Gotrovo treasure hunt game. It was fantastic and great for parties. If you are looking for a stocking filler, the Gotrovo mini is great. It comes in a fab little case and so great for carrying around. It’s perfect for holidays and visiting friends.
£9.50 (ages 3-8 for 1 or more players)
We are huge book lovers as you know. So last month when we were sent Jungle Jam to review we were over the moon. It’s a fantastic kids book, that is not only bright and colorful but educational as well. Learning children about musical instruments, rhymes and also teaches them about team work.
£5.99 from Amazon (ages 0-4 years)
Keeping on with the music theme, The Buzzy Band in Fairyland is a great little book introducing children to the world of music. It comes with a traditional tin whistle and a set of coloring pens for personalizing the book. It’s a great little gift for a music beginner.
If you have a teething baby like I do at the moment who wants to eat everything in sight then this is the perfect little stocking filler gift. It’s a Cheeky Chompers Neckerchew. A great bandana style bib with a chewy teething bit. They come in many designs but my favourite is this pretty Anna Floral Design. Super absorbent and stylish.
Various prices with the Anna Floral at £12.99
Also from Cheeky Chompers you can get this amazing Chewy Hippo Teether. He is a loveable little chap that gives a complete sensory experience. He has an audible squeak, soothing smell, and textured chewable features. Baby girl loves him. He’s easy to hold for little hands.
I love this kids picture book. James and the Amazing Gift is about a little boy who loves to spread happiness and smiles wherever he goes. It helps children to understand the importance of a smile and the effect it can have on people. James sees and elderly lady all alone and doesn’t want to smile at a garden centre. He works hard to get her attention.
The author Nicola Rowley plans to use this book to raise awareness of the loneliness of the elderly especially at Christmas time.
For every book sold £1 of the proceeds will donated to the UK charity Contact the Elderly. This charity specializes in loneliness amongst elderly people.
£7.99 (ages 3-7 years)
These Bathing Bunnies Bath Towel gift sets make ideal presents. There are many different designs available. The towels are so soft and they do stay that way after many washes. Perfect for a babies first Christmas present. We reviewed the giraffe set in September.
I’m a huge fan of teething/feeding necklaces. Baby girl has loved chewing and just holding the one we have. This stunning blue and orange rose BPA free silicone feeding necklace from Maybe Baby Jewellery is a great little gift. Your baby will love it!
I hope you have found this guide useful and it’s given you some ideas for Christmas Gifts. You can pop over and check out my women’s gift guide as well for more ideas.
Happy Christmas Shopping!
*This gift guide contains items sent in exchange for an honest review. All my thoughts and opinions are my own as always.