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A gift for your Child
Home Shopping Tips & Advice
By: Angela Minster Email Article
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Around Christmas and the New Year is the time when nice and kind fairy-tales comes to every house as is normal at the end of the year. These fairy tales bring many presents and gifts; with children waiting with anticipation for such presents. They believe that Santa Claus does exist and he will give them the most long-awaited gifts they crave for. Christmas – is the time when all our cherished wishes, desires and dreams can come true. Let us create a fairy-tale for our children and give them our warmth, love and care!

Very often we have to choose what to give our children and this choice is not an easy one at all. On the one hand: children and parents must like the present, but, on the other hand- it must be at a reasonable price and value for money. We are here to try and help you in this difficult matter.

We suggest we divide children into three categories and then help to find a suitable gift for them:

• Under 3 years old. The child does not have any requirements at this age as yet.

• From 3 to 12 years old. The child at this age understands many things, he /she has her own material and spiritual values as well as interests.

• Upwards 12 years. The most difficult age, but not impossible.

A gift for a child under 3 years old:

1. The gift predominantly must be safety. It should not contain any tiny parts and components, or have any sharp angles. It must not be frightening or ugly. Please remember the child at this age is often still very clumsy and may hurt themselves with the sharp details or swallow small parts.

2. A present should correlate the intellectual development of the child. If it is a baby – better give him or her nice brightly coloured and imaginative rattle.

3. A gift must help a child to develop mentally and physically. Nowadays there are a lot of toys that develop movement coordination, dexterity, logic etc.

Toys. Rattles and mobiles and all similar articles are right for babies under 1 year. You may wish to give wooden toys, cars and dolls to children that are elder than 1 year.

Book. A book is suitable present for the children upwards 2 years old. Bright and colourful pictures help a little one to open the rich world of colours, educate them towards animals and external worldly objects such as trains cars, planes …A book is the best gift for all ages.

Meccano. They develop logic and spatial thinking. Various wood and plastic bricks will bring a lot of joy for your little one.

Playing Set. There are a great number of playing sets for home, sand-boxes…are one and need careful deployment but bring hours of fascinating discovery.

A gift for a child from 3 to 12 years old:

At this age a child has his own interests and preferences. It would be better to get to know his or her interests: whether he or she has his favourite film or goes in for particular sport…You have to take into account his or her interests, let look at some ideas:

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First Baby Shop is a family run business, we strive to offer the best possible prices and quality of service. We sell baby clothes, products and equipment at excellent prices. If you find the same product cheaper elsewhere we will endeavour to beat it!

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