Ho ho ho! Christmas is coming to town. Have you thought of what to put in your kid’s stockings YET? Never too late - choose a few winners off of the below list to take home, Santa mama & papa! Prepare for some serious bear hugs.
1) Mini Cake Pop Maker: Cooking can help young kids learn and practice some basic math concepts and build language skills. And the experience of creating meals with you can help build their self-confidence and lay the foundation for healthy eating habits.
Making cake pops couldn't be easier. Simply spray with oil, pour the batter, close the lid, bake for a few minutes, and voila: perfect, round cake balls. Pop them out with ease, then wipe down to clean.
2) Relay Kids Phone Alternative (screenless!): Keep your kids safe with this easy-to-use screenless smartphone. With WiFi and a 4G LTE network, your children push the center button to communicate with you (or their friends!) walkie-talkie style.
3) Vatenic kids camera: Your kids can capture every single moment in life they feel excited about. Memories will fade but photos are long-lasting. Share precious memories are simply priceless! For age 3-10.
4) DIY STEM remote control car: Why not give them a brand-new DIY remote car as their new vehicle for the fruitful adventure towards 2020? Also, you can spend valuable bonding time with your kids and witness the 'birth' of your son/daughter’s first toy car made by their own little hands! For age 10+
5) Story books - The Little World of Liz Climo: What is the key to great communication and writing skills? You guessed it, reading. It has been proven that children who read better, preform better in school and have a more active imagination, leading to a larger world and more possibilities for success.
A comic book with heartwarming fairy tales of animals can keep everyone warm during this cold winter - the story books written by Ame Dyckman and illustrated by Liz Climo are one of our favourites. The little world created by Liz is always so pure and full of love. You may find life complicated, but happiness is simple and ubiquitous, indeed. Don't forget to bring your delightfulness to your Christmas gathering!
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