So, How is your Christmas list growing!? Are you going insane in finding the right gift for the kids!? Or you are having fun!? Have you sent the list to Santa yet!?
Oh Well, Here is some toys from Santa’s list that he has already been kept ready for Christmas delivery. And Junior Scholars are giving a hand for Santa during those tight delivery Schedules and here is the top 10 toys that are getting popular in Santa’s store.
We kick off with a couple of popular ideas for our youngest scholars (0 to 2+ years):
1. Baby Einstein World Around Me Discovery Cards, Letters & numbers.
These educational cards are great for introducing letters and numbers on the go or while you are ‘killing time’, such as at a supermarket checkout. These can also be used to assist in foreign language learning. The colours and designs go down well too. More Info >>
2. Munchkin Bath Letters and Numbers.
Wet shapes stick to the tub wall to spell words or add numbers. Baby will learn through play, naturally.
These wildly popular bath letters are such a great solution to bath time. When wet these letters will stick to the bath or to the wall, making bath time fun, educational and less stress for parents – a winner all around! More info >>
3. Letter Factory Phonics from Leapfrog.
Sound assisted letter learning from the popular brand. These interactive letters make learning the alphabet and words fun. Try connecting to the online LeapFrog Learning Path for even more ideas. More info >>
4. Counting Caterpillars Game from Orchard Toys
This brand new product promotes manual dexterity, concentration, memory skills, while improving the child’s number abilities. It’s also an educational game without sounds…which some parents might be drawn to! More info >>
5. Dinosaur Numbers 1 – 25 Jigsaw from Lanka Kade Fair Trade Products.
This colourful puzzle is a high quality game which teaches numbers up to 25, and is a fun way to improve fine motor skills. More info >>
Primary School Age
6. ZOOB 35 and 55 Building and Modelling Sets.
ZOOB pieces snap together to form fantastic models. Start with the small kits and work up to big packs of 250 pieces or more!
Model making that allows children to become the toymakers themselves! With the flexible nature of the joints in the Zoob system, kids can also play with their constructions afterwards. Very popular with children of all ages, and parents too. More Info >>
7. LeapPad Ultra from Leapfrog Toys
Child-friendly educational tablet from this leading electronic toy company. Learning games draw from 2,600 skills in subjects like reading, writing and mathematics. Play with game cartridges or download apps directly to the tablet which is Wi-Fi enabled. LeapPad Ultra includes 11 apps (on board and downloadable): Photo Fun Ultra, Art Studio Ultra, Pet Pad Party, Utility Suite, Pet Chat and more. Read our review here >>
8. Learn To Write with Mr Pencil from Leapfrog Toys
Fun letter and number writing, as well as shape drawing with this interactive tablet stylus for children. Use as App for iPhone®, iPad® and iPod touch® – the ultimate learn-to-write tool. More Info >>
Year Six And Up
9. Horrible Science Explosive Experiments from Galt Toys.
Six chances for your child to make something cool, like a lava lamp, a fizz bomb or mix up some seriously slimy snot! Includes a Top Secret Lab Notebook as well.
The thing we like about Explosive Experiments is that the kit wows all onlookers and encourages kids of all ages to connect with science. More info >>
10. Spa Science from Galt Toys.
A Spa kit that makes bath time fun and relaxing! Kids can create their own scented bath and aromatherapy oils, face scrubs, soap, potions and create cool gifts for their friends. A refreshing spa and beauty twist to the popular chemistry set toy for girls. So why not spice up bath time with some sweet-smelling aromas. More info >>
So Why to Wait! Let’s make a quick list to Santa now.
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