Pressekontakt:Now that Christmas is almost here, every parent may be looking for a way to make it special for their children. For those who want toys for their children as a way of making the Christmas a memorable one for them, but don’t know the best toy to get for their children, here’s a careful selection of the favourite and best selling toys to choose from.
1. Spirograph Deluxe Design Set: the recommended age for this toy is five to fifteen years. It was first introduced in 1985, but it is back and better than it has ever been. Spirograph makes it possible for all aspiring artists of all ages to create beautiful and intricate designs. It is fun and engaging, and loved by the all.
2. Disney Frozen Sing-A-Long Elsa: frozen is for children of three years plus. Although frozen has been around for quite a while, it definitely isn’t going to let go of the Christmas hot spot. Elsa is singing her heart out this year and very ready for the perfect duet as the intelligent microphone can recognize who is singing. To hear Elsa sing out ‘Let It Go’, all you have to do is put the microphone near her mouth. When you take the mic off, she’ll stop singing and start playing only the music so that your child can do her best solo.
3. Cards Against Humanity: this consists of 550 cards, of which 460 are White cards and 90 are Black cards which can be played by six people. It is professionally printed on premium playing cards and it includes game rules and alternate rules wrapped in a custom box. It is recommended for teenagers form seventeen years of age and upward. The blank cards allow you to add your own inside jokes to the game, making it more fun and interesting.
4. LEGO City Advent Calendar #60063: the recommended age is between twelve and fifteen years. With the LEGO City Advent Calendar, you can simply make everyday a festive building adventure while counting down to Christmas. There are many things that can be done with this toy such as posting a letter to Santa, building a snowman, visiting the Christmas market for shopping and going ice-skating with your friends, or simply playing with an early Christmas gift of a duck build from LEGO bricks. Your kids also have the option of helping the police to build an awesome sled to catch the crook who has stolen the Christmas presents. Then comes the time for celebration feast, exchange of gifts around the Christmas tree and a visit from very special guests – minifigures boy, girl, woman, crook, 2 policemen and Santa.
5. LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar: unlike the LEGO City Advent Calendar, this one is recommended for age six to fourteen. With this, your kids can spend the festive period on icy planet Hoth with the LEGO Stars Wars Advent Calendar. Once you open up a door each day in December, it reveals a cool Star Wars themed gift, including minifigures starships, vehicles and many more. After you have received all the 24 gifts, unfold the playmates and act out the funny Hoth-based scenes that everyone in the family will love to watch. If your child is a LEGO Star War fan, then this is the perfect holiday gift.