Christmas Presents for Kids in 2020
Find exciting Christmas presents for kids, which will bring you child a lot of joy.
Best Christmas presents for kids
Discover the best Christmas gifts for kids of any age.
Find great toys for kids. Not only toys, which will give them a lot of fun but presents, which will help in their development.
Discover toys, which will help your child to develop fine motor skills, problem solving, language, creativity, imagination and social skills. Toys and books, which will give them self-confidence and improve skills and knowledge needed during education.
Christmas presents for kids
Toys helping to develop physical dexterity
Indoor gym, swings, slides and ball pools will help your child to spend time actively, even if the weather outside doesn’t let you to go out. Honestly, it is also perfect during the lockdown.
Christmas presents supporting kids’ physical dexterity are often quite difficult to wrap in the Christmas paper. The original packaging should not be so difficult to pack, if you have enough of wrapping paper. But if Father Christmas would like to assemble a bike, car or slide before, he can leave it later in the guest room. Hidden under the Christmassy blanket with a red bow placed on the top and ready to be discovered after unpacking of all other gifts. Or, if he really wants to leave all Christmas presents under the Christmas tree, he can put the gift in your spare festive duvet and tie it with a pretty gold ribbon.
Christmas presents for kids in 2020
Find Christmas presents for kids, which will support children’s creativity. If your child loves drawing or painting, it will be a great hit.
You can create your own set of gifts, which complement each others. A few examples:
- white card with crayons, pencils, markers or paints,
- origami paper with book about origami,
- colourful paper with glue and glitter.
You can also buy a crafty project for your children, which will inspire them to create more.
Christmas present ideas for kids
Problem solving is very important and it can be much improved by practice.
Categorisation of items by matching colours and shapes, counting elements and playing some board games helps to understand logic, math and coding.
Your child will develop 3D imagination and learn basics about project management by playing with building toys.
Playing with a kinetic sand (or even a simple sand and water), pounding bench, jigsaw puzzles and many other games with small elements improves fine motor skills, what helps to learn drawing and writing.
Find Christmas present ideas which can help your children in so many ways that you will be surprise.
Christmas presents for kids
It is very important that you read your children as many books as possible to help them develop their language skills.
I recommend the most picture books with many details, where grownup is explaining the picture. Child can also point for things and learn new words.
Noisy books with loudly pronounced animals’ names and sounds, electronic books with words in different languages – they are great to develop language skills.
There are some games, which help children to learn new words – reading and spelling, telling time, games with many new food related words, animals and more. Singing also helps a lot.
Christmas gifts for kids
Toys supporting social skills development
Kids love playing with dolls, doll’s house, cooking, cleaning, organising tea party, selling items in they pretend shop, running the business.
How do toys help social development?
Dolls, stuffed animals and puppets represent people and animals with all range of behaviours and feelings. Children can play the situations, which are difficult for them and practice the response. Kids recreate social situation from their life and resolve them. This gives them a self-confidence they need in a real life.
They learn to negotiate, resolve conflicts and react in many difficult life situations.
Children love to take care of baby dolls, become the best friends with their favourite dolls. They learn empathy, develop language skills.
Christmas gift ideas for kids
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