Updated: December 25, 2019 12:41:13 pm
Christmas 2019 Gift Ideas: Your child must be eagerly waiting for a gift from Santa Claus. To surprise them, here are some interesting gifts to pick from that they will love.
Christmas themed crafts for kids
This craft project by JackInTheBox would be an ideal Christmas gift for your creative child. They can make various interesting crafts like photo bunting or Christmas tree ornaments.
Price: Rs 495
Play-Doh Kitchen Creations
These kitchen toys by Hasbro are available in various sets, including Cookie Creations, Noodle Makin’ Mania, Frozt Fun Cakes, Spinning Treats Mixer and others. Children can learn to cut shapes, create and decorate with these play-doh colours.
Price: Rs 699 onwards
Disney Frozen 2 dolls
These customised dolls by Hasbro would be a precious gift for every Frozen fan. They include fashion dolls, fold-and-go Arendelle castle playset, sister styles fashion dolls with extra-long hair, pop adventures playset assortment, and talk-and-glow Olaf and Elsa dolls.
Price: 1,299 onwards
LCD Writing and drawing Tablet
Children will enjoy writing, drawing sketches or doodling on the LCD electronic writing pad.
Price: Rs 275 onwards
A smart AR globe, Shifu Orboot introduces children to people, places and their heritage and culture through interactive games, activities, puzzles and quizzes.
Price: Rs 1,999
Your kids will enjoy learning new things through STEM toys by Smartivity, from Smartivity Mechanical Hand, Smartivity Microscope, Pump it Move it Hydraulic Crane, Digit Multiplication Machine and so on.
Price: Rs 1,099 onwards
There are educational board games like Skillmatics Brain Games or Speller Junior Card Game, games for concentration like Zephyr Memory Skill, mystery board game like Funskool Guess Who, among others to pick from for your child this Christmas.
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