- Minecraft (£17.95)- https://minecraft.net/
Starting with a blank canvas, an imaginative mind any child can do wonders in this game. A virtual world based around breaking down and placing blocks, they can build to their hearts content! Available on PC, Mac, Xbox and PlayStation.
- LEGO Star Wars: Command Shuttle (£80.00) – https://www.amazon.co.uk/LEGO-Star-Wars-75104-Command/dp/B00SDTTHVI?&tag=mad06e-21
What is better than giving the gift of LEGO this Christmas? And with the Star Wars: the Force Awakens arriving on our screens soon, your child will be able to recreate the best scenes from the, what will be ‘epic’, movie. Don’t forget to buy yourself some LEGO slippers though…
- Disney’s Frozen Sing-a-Long with Elsa (£35.99) – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Frozen-31078-Sing-a-Long-with-Elsa/dp/B00WQN0WZ2?&tag=mad06e-21
Not only is Frozen one of the most popular Disney films of all time, it holds a special place in all of our hearts…maybe not our ears. So why not buy your child the ultimate Frozen gift? An Elsa Doll that sings! It even comes with a microphone so you can all sing along with her.
- Pie Face (£19.99) – https://www.toysrus.co.uk/toys/pie-face-game/TRUP2035510001
A Game of chance for all the family to enjoy that will certainly bring laughter and excitement to your household this Christmas – will you get pie in your face?
5.Wreck this Journal (starting from £4.57) – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wreck-This-Journal-Create-Destroy/dp/0141976144
The diary for those who want one but struggle to keep one. Keep your child engaged with creative activities such as colouring outside the lines, adding photos and defacing them, poking holes through pages and much more, whilst still updating it with their life events.