8 Gift Ideas for Kids
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I remembered when I was roughly 7 years old. Me, my siblings and also some of our friends went on to hang some empty socks outside our balcony, thinking that Santa would come and put gifts and candies for all of us. Sadly, it didn’t work. Yes, not only did I know my parents couldn’t be bothered to put some gifts; I also found out that Santa wasn’t real.
Heck, even the laws of physics can’t support the idea of a Santa Claus giving gifts on Christmas Eve. He needs to travel at least 650 miles per second, in order to deliver the present for each kid.
Anyhow, we’ve grown up now so it is time for us to do our part to make the Christmas a memorable one for a kid. Here’s 8 gift ideas for kids.
1. Tamiya Mini 4WD
This gift will not only teach your boys how to assemble a miniature 4WD racecar but also enhance their mental capabilities on how mechanics work.
Get your Tamiya Mini 4WD Pro Avante X for $16.40
2. LEGO set
Now there’s a toy wherein boys and girls can play together, it comes with the LEGO. Let their imagination run as they construct fortresses, trucks, airplanes, houses, and mountains, the variations are endless.
Get your LEGO Ultimate Building Set 405 Pieces for $29.99
3. Train Set
Even adults are fascinated by train sets. Create an interesting railway line, put your trains to work and deliver all the cargos.
Get your Toy Train Set Battery Operated – 16pc for $29.95
4. Rubik’s Cube
Throw in some good old fashion Rubik’s Cube for kids and stop pampering them with too much app games on your iPad.
Get your Rubik’s Cubefor $10.69
5. Wii U
Gone are the days of Gameboy, but there’s a replacement, the Wii U.
Get your Nintendo Wii U Console 8GB White for $318.99
Having pets not only teach kids about responsibility, they’ll also know the value of life. Exotic pets are out of the equation.
7. Board games
Scrabble and Monopoly are two popular choices out there. Chess also can be introduced as young as 7.
8. Ball games
Mini basketball hoop or badminton can encourage kids to do more sports instead of slouching all day long with their PS3’s or other gaming consoles.
Don’t just buy toys just because it looks nice, or just because you have an iPad, you let them play Angry Birds all day. Buy the one that is appropriate for their age, gender and of course, something that can enhance thinking, creativity and health. So what did you get for Christmas?