Day 5 of the MVM Christmas 2022 Gift Guide
Buying something for ourselves is nice.
Buying something for our partner, mum, dad, brother, sister or friends are all good fun.
But buying something for young children really is THE BEST!
Seeing your young children, nieces, nephews or even just friends’ kids open a gift is such a joyous moment. The look of amazement whenever a gift is opened is just priceless.
For this reason, we have decided to share with you our top 5 choices for Christmas Gifts for children aged between 4-12 years from local online shops listed on MVM.
Every child needs a bicycle and as far as bicycles go, this classic looking one is too cool.
Swanky Boutique also have bikes with a similar classic look in different colours to appeal to kids of all genders. Whether this is a first bike or an upgrade after outgrowing a smaller bike, this one is sure to send kids into a frenzy this Christmas!
The timeless delight of LEGO always brings a smile to my face. This cool set of LEGO Friends will have kids aged between 7 and 12 building their go-kart track and racing around it all day.
A great Christmas gift for girls and boys that will last forever.
Dollhouses have been around for hundreds of years and remain super popular till today. This is because they are grand toys with many intricate details that trigger the imagination of many children all over the world.
This sweet dollhouse has three levels and comes with 17 accessories. It will surely occupy the mind of young kids for hours and hours. Can you imagine their face if they opened up this gift on Christmas day? Priceless!
This 30-piece rainbow geometry pack is the perfect tool to test children’s creativity in the most fun way. This pack includes 6 hexagons, 12 equilateral triangles and 12 isosceles triangles in different rainbow colours and each piece joins the other using magnets.
Kids would be able to come up with all kind of different shapes and different colour designs for their shapes. This pack will also grow with kids learn and their play becomes more complex.
I’ll be honest here.. I’m not sure if I chose this because I think it will be a great gift for kids or because I want it for myself.
This game looks like lots of fun – like Jenga with a difference. At the same time, it’s a great game to teach children about balance, basic Physics principles and to anticipate trouble by experiencing it through cause and effect.
A gift that kids will never grow out of.