Saturday, 7 December 2013

Dream Toys for Christmas

Less than three weeks to go to the Big Day! Is all your shopping done yet? With my little hiccup of a week in hospital with Star I'm now falling behind with quite a few things on my shopping list to get. I've been checking out what is popular with the kids this year as mine can't seem to make their minds up and I came across this fantastic list of Dream Toys Here at Argos.

I'm surprised at how many toys come around again. I remember Eldest Daughter having a Furby first time around. She loved it, but I think at the time I played with it just as much as her.
Now you can get the fabulous Furby Boom, bright and colourful and incredibly interactive. The more you your child plays with it, the more it learns. Not only interactive but addictive!

Furby Boom

Another interactive, and one that's definitely on my girl's Christmas lists to Santa is the Teksta Puppy, available in pink and blue. It has over 100 interactive play features and comes with a ball and a bone.

Teksta Puppy Pink

How about something for the boys? Lego is always a big hit and this is Lego City Coast Guard Patrol is bound to be a Christmas favourite.

Lego city Coast Guard Patrol

Kids too young for their own Tablet, then the Leappad and Innotab3 are fantastic alternatives with loads of learning opportunities and colours to suit both boys and girls.

Innotab3 and Leappad

Still not found something suitable? Then pop over to Argos and see the rest of their Dream Toys for Christmas right here





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This post is produced in association with Argos, all thoughts and opinions are my own. Merry Christmas!

1 comment:

  1. I didn't know you were putting this Christmas List together Anne, I've added my Top 10 Christmas Films for the family :)

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