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Welcome back to my gift guide series. If you missed the last few weeks, I’ve been working hard to bring you several gift guides to inspire you. So far, I’ve brought you a Quirky Gift Guide, a What To Buy Her Gift Guide and a What To Buy Him Gift Guide. Next up in the series is what to buy those little ones in your life – the kids gift guide. They can be really difficult to buy for so I have tried to choose meaningful presents rather than just the latest toy. I’m really excited to be hosting my first giveaway to so keep reading to find out how to enter.
Rex London Make & Sew Suitcase from Peach Perfect
If you want to give a creative gift, this will be perfect for you. Suitable from age 6, this pretty floral suitcase comes with everything you need. There are so many things you can make including key rings, a felt bunny and even a piggy bank. With everything that is going on in the world at the moment, this would be a great way of passing the time too.
Personalised Books from Wonderbly
I have already spoken about Wonderbly recently in this post so I won’t ramble on too much. Wonderbly are an online personalised children’s book company. With so many different stories to choose from, you can inspire kids to be brave, imaginative, kind and above all, enjoy reading.
Og by Joanne Hutchinson
This beautifully illustrated picture book story, written in rhyme, will capture the hearts of children and parents alike. Og is a friendly ogre. After listening to a young girl read stories every night, Og becomes concerned when her books are stolen, and takes it upon himself to get them back. Its an adventure that will not only keep young readers entertained time and time again, but have them guessing which popular books Og listened to… and inspire them to read them too. If you like the sound of this book, you can pick up your copy here.
This book combines fun, imagination and learning for 4-7 year olds. It aims to guide younger children through basic issues of ethics and morality, understanding their place in the world.
Jenny lives in a Yorkshire village with her aunt and uncle, and her best friend Phillip, a talking cat. Jenny is loveable but headstrong and knows her own mind. One day, a little boy, George, moves next door. They laugh and play all day long and have such sun! Until cousin Jessica comes to stay. Can Phillip the cat teach Jenny a lesson in friendship and sharing? We’ll see! If you like the sound of this book, you can pick up a copy here.
I have very kindly been given a copy to give away to one of you lucky things. Stay tuned till the end to find out how to enter.
Matching Pyjamas with Maeve & Me
Maeve & Me is a London boutique fashion label which make high quality, adorable matching outfits. This year they are launching their first ever matching pyjama sets. They are suitable for mums and children up to 5 years and you can choose from a tree or spotted design. They would make such a lovely gift and are made in England, using organic cotton.
I have talked extensively about this game in this blog post so I won’t go into huge detail here. However, I couldn’t do this gift guide without mentioning it because it has become a firm family favourite in our house. Play against each other to create the best frozen animal or person. It is suitable for all ages which allows everyone to get stuck in.
I hope you have found this kids gift guide inspiring. Don’t forget to check out the other ones in this series. I can’t believe how quickly this year is going. I have only got one more gift guide left so make sure you come back later in the week to read it. As promised at the start of the kids gift guide, I have a copy are We all need friends book. To enter, simply fill in the form below.