It may only be the beginning of November, but we’re already extremely excited about the festivities in our house. And if you’re super organised (I am but only because it’s my job – promise) then you’ll want to know what cool stuff is about for the littles. I’ve put together this Christmas gift guide for toddlers to tweens, with an emphasis on lovely wooden toys, educational bits, and items to encourage creativity or getting outdoors.

Plus – of course – I have several giveaways to run alongside (most now finished, but more coming soon)!


Christmas Gift Guides for Toddlers to Tweens!

Christmas Gift Guide for Toddlers to TweensChristmas Gift Guide for Toddlers to Tweens

  1. Melissa & Doug Take-Along Wooden Doorbell Doll’s House, £20.88 (RRP £27.99).
    With d
    oorbell sounds, four keys and four wooden doll, this is still a favourite in our house since last Christmas.

  2. Selfie Clothing, Unicorn T-Shirt from £15.00, and Unicorn Cape, £27.50.
    These items are perfect for promoting creativity in your little ones (and encouraging some quiet time on Christmas morning). Colour-in clothes – novel and unique. (My husband will totally want the cape too.)

  3. Smartrike Scooter, £69.00.
    To keep them occupied whilst also getting them outside. What’s not to love?

  4. Mushy Moments Felt Christmas Tree, £12.99 (RRP £24.95), and Felt Snowman, £12.49 (RRP £24.95).
    I love these, and I know Pixie will too when she opens them. Such a fab way to get the toddlers involved in decorating the tree – without actually interfering with your handiwork. You’re welcome.

  5. Personalised Christmas Sacks from the Handmade Christmas Co, £22.
    These are so quaint and traditional; I featured them last year and I’m doing so again because I just adore them.

  6. Hornit, Lights and Sounds, £15.95.
    Granted, this may turn out to be almost as annoying as a recorder, but the kids will love them and it’s a great way to get them playing outdoors instead of stuck in front of the TV.

  7. Numbugz – 7 Family Travel Games in 1, £17.49.
    Perfect for the obligatory Christmas road trip, fun games for all the family, with the bonus of being educational too.

  8. Little Tikes, Swim To Me Puppy, £24.99 (RRP 29.99).
    It walks, it swims. Pixie wants a real one for Christmas (not happening), and I think this is a pretty close second.

  9. Orange Tree Toys, Drumming Soldier, £18.99.
    This is so cute, I can’t wait to give it to my little nephew. <3

  10. Wonderly (formerly Lost My Name), My Golden Ticket, from £19.99.
    A personalised children’s book featuring the well-known and much-loved Willy Wonka story by Roald Dahl.
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This gift guide is made up from some gifted items, as well as some I’ve included just because we love them. Some of the links in this post are affiliate links.










An award-nominated blogger and author, Kate is an experienced breastfeeding advocate, and expert baby sleep chaser. Her writing has appeared on Mothercare, Huff Post, and BritMums.

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