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Yes, it’s that time of year again: department stores are jam-packed with like-minded parents, and you, like us, may be grappling with what special toys to gift your kids with this Christmas.
Whether your child’s a curious toddler or an incredibly inquisitive 8-year-old, we’ve rounded up five toys that will not only help them develop their learning, but also keep them entertained for hours on end.
Because ’tis the season to spoil your little ones with the kind of kid-friendly gifts that are as educational as they are fun!
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Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Peek-A Boo Toaster, $19.99 (suitable for 0-3 years) This one’s for the young’uns of the bunch. Watch your child press down on the toast as they listen to an assortment of learning songs and greetings. Plus, admiring their blissful surprise as the toast pops up and down will be priceless.
Bruin My First Rock Bank, $39.99 (suitable for 2 years+) This cool guitar-keyboard set ticks all the educational boxes: it will work to improve your child’s motoring and musical skills, while visually stimulating them with bright colours and unique shapes.
Star Wars Bop It! R2-D2, $25 (suitable for ages 8+ years) This revisited R2-D2 will not only account for hours of Star Wars-filled enjoyment, but it’s Bop It! game function will test your child’s memory skills and reaction times at the same time. It’s a win-win!
LeapFrog Leapband, $59.99 (suitable for ages 4-7 years) Your child will hop, skip and jump through fun challenges all summer long with this cool activity band. While they’re using their memory and listening to skills to complete each task, they also get to love and nurture a virtual pet that lives within the band.
VTech Kidizoom Smartwatch DX, $63.20 (suitable for ages 4-9) Inspire the young photographer inside with this super-techy watch-slash-camera. This watch allows kids to film videos and take pictures, as well as teaches them the difference between analog and digital displays. Not only that, but it has a built-in calculator to help them develop their maths skills.