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Christmas Gifts for Ten-Year-Old Boys – Over 25 Ideas!. We have got to that age where Charlie would prefer money or Robux instead of gifts! But determined to find some items that he can actually open on Christmas Day I have pulled together a wide selection of items that are suitable for boys aged 8-10 years old.  There are many educational gifts and those which can be enjoyed together as a family.  Trying to reflect on the things we have had to deal with over the last couple of years, there are some items from some of our favourite brands but also some newly discovered gems.

Christmas Gifts for Ten-Year-Old Boys

LEGO Ninjago Hydro Bounty Set

You can not beat some LEGO Technic or another LEGO set under the Christmas tree. I know that any ten year old would be happy to find this LEGO Ninjago Hydro Bounty Set Christmas morning. An action-packed submarine playset with exciting features for ninja fans to stage gripping stories under the sea. The 1,159-piece submarine toy, has two spring-loaded shooters, two folding wings, an opening cockpit and a detachable mech.  It also carries two cool mini-submarines and comes with ten different Minifigures.  Suitable for ages 9+ the set retails at £129.99

Hydraulic Cyborg Hand DIY Kit from Wicked Uncle

I know this is going to be a big hit under the tree this year.  The Hydraulic Cyborg Hand – DIY Kit allows the receiver to explore hydraulic power and engineering with this innovative robot hand. The clearly illustrated instructions show how to assemble the 203 pieces, allowing you to take a closer look at how hydraulic power works. Measuring 40cm from wrist to fingertip, the final product can be worn over your own hand and is fully adjustable for left or right-handed wearers. Have fun using the hydraulic system to give a thumbs up, pick up small objects or shake hands with your friends. An advanced build perfect for any budding engineer, priced at £29.99 it is available to buy directly from the Wicked Uncle website.

Little Box of Books 

I do love giving books for gifts and Christmas is no different. Little Box of Books offers either one-off book bundles or a monthly book subscription.  Delivering books for children aged 0-11 they come in three different age ranges. 0-3, 4-7 and 8-11-year-olds. With a bundle costing £20.99- £30.99 and a subscription service starting from £19.99 a month. The boxes also come with some activity suggestions which are linked to the included books.  For all options, you can choose the number of books you would like included. Making them a great option if you also have more than one little one in the age bracket. Find out more and order yours over on the Little Box of Books website. 

Mega Construx Pokemon Celebration Pikachu

Celebrate 25 Years of Pokémon with this Pikachu construction set. This Electric-type Pokémon figure stands over 4 inches tall and can be posed in a range of different heroic, battle-ready stances. It comes with party accessories including a hat and cake. This faithfully modelled Pikachu includes Electric-type, battle-effect details on its cheeks for a shockingly authentic building experience. Ideal for children aged six and ver being a keen Pokemon fan I know that Charlie will love this. Priced at £29.99 it is available to buy online, including from Amazon*

STABLIO Trio Deco

Stationery items are always a good gift or stocking filler. These STABILO Trio DECO metallic pens make drawing with eight sparkling colours truly exciting. Something completely different to the usual felt pens the point is 3mm which makes colouring in larger areas easy. They also come with an ergonomic triangular grip zone that makes the product suitable for children encouraging them to hold the pen with the recommended tripod grip. They are priced at £7.99.

Stablio Trio Deco

Where Are You? Save the Multiverse! – Personalised book from Wonderbly

This beautiful book can be personalised for up to three children.  So easy to order online you can choose gender, skin colour, hair colour and style. There is also the option to add a personalised message at the front. You can request the colour of the front cover, add names and also choose the format of the book you would like. I chose a premium lay-flat version and it is absolutely stunning. Buy your own Where are you? book direct from the website with prices starting from £24.99. The story has several pages where you need to search for the characters involved in the book. 

The story: 

One day, a Parallel Universe Portal arrives at your door. Hmm, very fishy. And things get even fishier when you’re given an urgent mission: to stop the evil Dr. Fishfinger from destroying the multiverse! So you journey to five different universes to find your alternate selves, crack clues, and complete missions. In the end you learn that nothing is impossible, when you work together.

where are you personalised book from Wordley

Muddy Puddles Thermal Baselayers

One item that we get the boys every year is a set of thermal baselayers. Being an active family always out adventuring thermal baselayers from Muddy Puddles are essential. They make a great practical Christmas present and can be used in all sorts of situations, camping and glamping in the colder months, narrowboat stays and of course all things being well in the snow.  Both the top and the bottoms retail at £18 each and come in a choice of five different colours and patterns. They come in sizes 2-3 through to 11-12. With cuffs on the wrists and ankles, they ensure little ones are kept warm and dry with wickable fabric. There are thumbholes in the cuffs to stop arms from riding up. With the inside being brushed fabric to make it nice and soft.   Machine washable we would not be without ours. 

Montezumas Chunky Chocolate Snowmen

Chrismas would not be Christmas without chocolate and these chocolate snowmen from Montezumas tick a lot of boxes. Each packet contains eight which means they can easily be shared around when guests come to visit. Or enable portion control when little fingers get hold of them. Available in three different flavours – Absolute Black which is made from 100% Cocoa, Dark Chocolate and Peppermint and Milk Chocolate and Mandarin.  Each costs £6.99 and can be brought directly from Montezuma’s website

The Weather: Pop Up Book

There is something magical about pop up books and The Weather: Pop Up Book by Maike Biederstadt published by Prestel is no different. The book contains five different weather scenarios each with a whole landscape included.

  • A freighter balances like a nutshell between high waves in the sea.
  • A tornado takes terrifying aim at a truck trying to outrun it.
  • A rain-spewing storm cloud towers like a skyscraper over a farmhouse.
  • Nature’s delicate beauty emerges in the intricate shapes of a snowflake.
  • And in the luminous arc of a rainbow. 

Along with the pop up themselves, there is a description of each weather event and at the end a warning about climate change and the impact it is having. Priced at £14.99 it would make a wonderful gift, available from all good book retailers including Amazon – The Weather Pop Up Book*

Haynes Combustion Engine from Brightminds

The Haynes Combustion Engine from Brightminds ticks so many boxes for Christmas Gifts for Ten-Year-Old Boys. The kit contains everything you need to put together a  fully working plastic model of a 4 stroke petrol car engine with ignition sound and illuminating spark plugs. The fact that the body is see-through means that you can see it working. It does take time to build with over 100 parts but comes with its own Haynes manual giving full instructions on how to do so. It takes 2 AA batteries which are not included and may need a bit of adult direction. A great learning activity to do together in that lull between Christmas and New Year.  Retailing at £39.99 you can buy it directly from Brightminds that offer free postage over £50. 

Ginger Fox Corks Family Card Game

Suitable for children over 8 and can be played by up to fourteen players at a time. The aim of the game is to collect a set of four cards of the same colour and then to grab a cork from the centre of the table before your opponents do. The winner is the player that gets the golden cork at the end of the game. I can see this being a great travel game its quick-fire nature keeping older kids entertained at the dinner table rather than have their heads buried in technology. Corks retails at £14.99 and is available to buy from Amazon – Ginger Fox Corks Family Card Game*

Geomag 763 Loops & Turns 

Geomag is a staple in our house and is a great construction toy as you are only limited by your imagination. However, it is also nice to see more sets like this one being developed by the toy brand. Geomag Mechanics Gravity consists of a series of solutions that exploit the force of gravity together with magnetism, to set Mechanics models in motion. This 130 piece set allows you to build a racing track driven by the invisible forces of magnetism and gravity. Using the magnetic cannon to accelerate and push the spheres. The movement is generated without the use of electric motors or batteries. Suitable for children eight and over it costs £34.99 and is available from all good toy retailers and online from Amazon – Geomag Mechanics Gravity 763 Loops & Turns 130*

Fireball Island Race Adventure

Suitable for children over the age of seven this is the remake of the 1986 classic Fireball Island. Offering an amazing new island, a charming new narrative, stunning new components, and engaging new gameplay. Play cards to race across the island. Gather treasures and take snapshots. And, of course, blast your friends with fireballs! The new version offers more marble mayhem with a dynamic Vul-Kar figure that keeps you guessing where they’ll come out. But make sure you get back to the Hello-copter to really max out your score. For 2-4 players the game costs £39.99 and is available to buy from all good toy retailers and Amazon – Fireball Island Race Adventure.*

Science Mad Planetarium Star Globe

Always on the hunt for new Science toys and experiences the Planetarium Star Globe is a great way to teach children about the wonders of the sky at night. The Planetarium Star Globe features a light-up globe of the star constellations that projects onto the walls and ceiling. The electronic base rotates the globe and a light pointer enables particular constellations to be pointed out. Turn out the lights and explore the wonder of the night sky moving above you. The Science Mad Planetarium Star Globe costs £32.99 and is available to buy from Amazon, Very, The Studio and Smyths.

ST&G’s Great British History Map

I absolutely love this! We have previously received several of their maps so I knew what to expect and I am not disappointed. As we have been spending more time this year exploring the UK we have been learning more about the history of where we live.  There is definitely plenty of it.  And the ST&G’s Great British History Map covers everything from the Jurassic south coast to the Viking-plundered north, Britain’s history of invasions, battles, weddings, beheadings, thuggery, skullduggery (and not a little peacockery) make for a colourful tapestry, stitched together from many a well-spun yarn.

Featuring over 1,500 royally visitable historical locations, journeys and stories, this cartographical blast from the past will inspire some intrepid time travel through bygone Britain, a seemingly foreign country where they did things very differently.  The map has an RRP of £14.99 and can be brought directly from the Ordnance Survey. Not into History? They also have a number of other maps including The Great British Map of Wonder designed specifically for children. 

3D Labyrinth Game

Ravensburger are one of the largest board game manufacturers, with millions of games sold worldwide.  They have games for all ages including the 3D Labyrinth Game which is suitable for ages seven and up. The objective of the game is to find the shortest route through the soaring towers and deep vaults within the Labyrinth to win. As you progress through you need to reach all your treasures and targets to win. 

Treasures must be found by skilfully moving the rows of towers to clear a path, but with this 3D labyrinth, you have to take into account the tower heights too.   I really like that this game has great replay value. Since you are  -navigating through labyrinth’s ever-changing maze which is different every time you play. Meaning it can be played over and over again. The game is suitable for 2-4 players and has an RRP £19.99.  Available to buy on Amazon*

3D Labyrinth Game Review

Mythopedia: An Encyclopedia of Mythical Beasts and Their Magical Tales

We are big fans of Laurence King and all of the wonderful books they publish. However, this one really reached out to us, since Charlie was studying myths in his Summer term of year three. Mythopedia is a beautiful, educational picture book about cultural folklore from around the world. From the West African fable of  Anansi, the Spider to  Michabo, the magical hare who rebuilt the world and  Tanuki, the sweet but troublesome racoon-dog of Japanese folklore,  Mythopedia is an encyclopedia of mythical creatures that cover legends, tales and myths from around the world.

Let these weird and wonderful creatures spark your child’s imagination for their own storytelling and drawing while teaching them about international cultures.  I really adore this book, the illustrations are truly beautiful, it is an encyclopedia to love and cherish for many years to come. It has an RRP £16.99 and can be brought directly from the Laurence King website. 

Mythopedia: An Encyclopedia of Mythical Beasts and Their Magical Tales Review

Science 4 You – Green Science Kit

With the Green Science kit, you can and learn about the environment and sustainability.  Become an eco-astronaut and launch an incredible recycled rocket; grow plants and discover renewable energy and the science behind it all. The STEM-focused kit stimulates education and creativity through play; developing important skills like concentration, memory and creativity.  It also teaches children about the environment and how humans can help to protect it. The kit includes over 15 experiments and 49 pieces of content plus a 36-page educational book. All for an RRP of £19.99. Available to buy online from various toy shops including Amazon*

Science 4 You - Green Science Kit Review

Huckleberry Fishing Kit

Charlie is fishing mad and asked Father Christmas last year to bring him a rod. However, when we are out and about it does not always make sense to bring all of the fishing garb with us. So this Huckleberry Fishing Kit is perfect for when we are on the move. All you need to do is unwind the casting line and find a stick and tie the fishing line to it.  Add some bate to the hook and cast away.  The fish-shaped holder is equipped with a fishing line (250in/635cm), bobber (1g/0.04oz), weights and a hook. So you have everything you need to fish on the go. The Huckleberry Fishing Kit* has an RRP of  £8.75.

National Geographic – Shark Tooth Dig Kit

I am always on the lookout for educational gifts and find as they get older they can be harder to come by. This is why I was so pleased when I  found The National Geographic’s Shark Tooth Dig Kit*. Which lets children dig up and explore fossils from three different species of shark. With a full-colour learning guide full of amazing shark facts and pictures, kids will enjoy identifying the teeth of the sand tiger, octopus, and crow sharks, and learn all about what make sharks the ocean’s most feared predators.

This science kit includes A shark-themed digging brick with 3 fossilized shark teeth (each from different species of shark), archaeological digging tools, a full-colour learning guide, and magnifying glass. The set had an RRP of £10.

National Geographic Shark Dig Kit Review

Pac-Man Nano Tamagotchi

As a child of the 80s and 90s, I remember  Tamagotchi from the first time round! They were huge when I was growing up with everyone wanting one.   I wonder if they will be just as popular this time around? Only this time they are back as a Pac-Man version.

Just like before you need to feed it, turn lights on/off, play with it, give it medicine, flush after it’s used the bathroom, check its health and disciplines your Tamagotchi.  Raise your Tamagotchi from egg to child to adult. How you take care of it will decide which of the seven adults you get! For ease of transport, the  Tamagotchi comes on a chain so you to take with you everywhere. Also included are 2 x LR44 batteries. It is smaller than the traditional Tamagotchi and does not have the menu options they use to have. So it is a good starter solution for those who have not had them before. The RRP is £14.99 and can be brought online from Amazon*.

Pac-Man Nano Tamagotchi

Hot Wires from John Adams

I have brought Hot Wires as a gift many times we have a set very similar and it provides lots of entertainment for the whole family. Making it the perfect educational Christmas gift for any science mad eight-year-olds.   We also used our set a lot during our homeschooling time as it gave a welcome relief to the constant worksheets.  As it supports National Curriculum learning.

Hot Wires is the ultimate in plug and play electronics. Simply snap together the component blocks and discover 100 action-packed experiments involving light, sound and movement. Build a real flying disk, a working FM radio with automatic station selection, a lie detector to test your friends, a burglar alarm to keep your valuables safe, sound effects and lots more! The colourful, easy to use instruction booklet guides you into the wonderful world of electronics.

Contents: transparent assembly workstation, connectors, buzzer, touch plate, photoresistor, LEDs, battery units, loudspeaker, music IC, alarm IC, sound IC, motor unit, propellor, antenna coil, lamp, bulb, microphone, power amp IC, resistors, capacitors, transistors, diode and full-colour instruction booklet. Please note it does require 4 x AA batteries which are not included. The RRP £49.99   and can be brought from Argos, Symths and online from Amazon*.

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Fourfit Mini 2

I  have long had a fitness tracker and it has been a source of interest for Charlie, who has been asking for one of his own.  With lockdown and homeschooling, we need to make sure he stays active so there has never been a better time to take care of the kid’s health.  The Fourfit Mini 2 has a  slim fitness and activity tracker band for children that has all of the features of the best-selling adult band just with a smaller strap for kids.  It is also the only children’s fitness tracker to include heart rate tracking as standard.

The Fourfit Mini 2 features: sleep tracking, activity level monitoring and tracking, lung health tracking (blood oxygen saturation), vibration smart alarm, get up & move reminder, step tracking, heart rate tracking, blood pressure monitoring and calorie counter. It will also vibrate and reminds the kids to get moving if they have been inactive for a while.   The accompanying phone app also has an easy find function thanks to the built-in anti-lose feature. Coming in 5 colour choices, blue, aqua, black, red and purple. It even has a colour screen and buckle strap. You can buy it online directly and it has an RRP of £24.99.

Fossils Collection from Learning Resources

If you are looking for something different but still educational then Learning Resources have a whole range of sets that focus on different types of rocks and minerals. We actually opted for the Fossils Collection. It features handpicked specimens, along with an identification chart and more information, The set contains nine different fossils and they make an ideal gift for any child who has an interest in geology and fossils. The set includes Ammonite, Brachiopod, Bryozoa, Colony Coral, Crinoid Stem, Fossil Fern/Plant Matter, Gastropod, Petrified Wood and a Shark’s Tooth. It has an RRP of  £16 and can be brought directly from the Learning Resources website.

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Discover the World Game

As keen travellers this Fiesta Crafts game is perfect for our family game night.  This geographical board game will keep you on your toes as you pick up Arrival or Journey Cards designed to help or cruelly hinder your travel. The winner is the first player to reach their destinations and collect the most destination cards. Each destination card teaches fascinating and useful facts about countries, cultures and continents as you play. 

It is ideal for the whole family, creating conversation as you play.  It contains 50 fact cards and comes highly recommended by the Good Toy Guide. With an RRP of £34.99, you can buy it from all good toy shops, and online direct from Fiesta Crafts.

Discover the World Game Review

Build Your Own Plane Launcher

Having been awarded Bronze in the 2020 Independent Toy Awards (Eco Category). This 47-piece kit contains everything you need to slot together and build this incredible Plane Launcher.  All you need to do is follow the detailed instructions. By pressing out the pre-cut parts and attaching the elastic bands and you’re ready to fly your planes.

This set has a great educational element as you can experiment with 10 different fold ‘n’ fly paper planes.  Once built see how their performance can be affected by combining the integrated power scale and changes to the plane’s flight dynamics. Allowing children to explore which one will fly the furthest? How can adjusting the wings change how it flies or loops? Who can land the closest to one of the 4 scoring targets? Made using sustainable cardboard and no plastics it is an environmentally responsible gift.  Plus you will be pleased to know that no glue is needed in the construction. Suitable for children aged over the age of 8, it has an RRP of £16.99 and can be brought directly from the  Build Your Own Website.

Build  Your Own Plane Launcher Review

BBC Earth  Animals Interactive Family Board Game

The boys love a nature series on TV and we quite often watch them together as a family.   The BBC Earth Animals Interactive Board Game is an extension of this. Designed by  Identity Games, this family board game is all about the globe, nature and animals.

In this game, everybody plays at the same time. When a round starts, players get to see a short video about an animal or other related topic, and afterwards, they get a couple of questions related to the video. The videos are all fragments of the great, brilliant and unique content of BBC Earth. It is all about storytelling and getting to know great facts about the world. The questions are all multiple choice. After every question, the players give their answer by placing a card face down on the table. When everybody has answered the question, the correct answer will be shown on the screen. You do need a device that can attach to the internet and stream video to play this game.

After every round, players can use the cards they have collected to move their pawn further on the board. The first player to reach the finish wins.  The game also has 32 photo cards which does mean you can play the game offline if required.  It has an RRP of  £25 and can be brought online from all good toy stores. Including Argos.

Bill Bryson  – A Really Short History of Nearly Everything

Charlie loves to read non-fiction books so A Really Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson A Really Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson, is right up his street.  It is aimed at 8 years and over and includes coloured illustrations throughout.   Adapted from the original it really suits the younger audience.  Bill Bryson takes the reader from the  Big Bang to the dawn of science and everything in between. It also covers our own incredible journey, from a single cell to civilisation, including the brilliant (and sometimes very bizarre) scientists who helped us find out how and why. The book has an RRP of £20 and is available to buy from all good bookshops and online from Amazon*

Drone Home Game

Drone Home is the first-ever game to feature a real drone! Enjoy this fast-paced kids’ action game where there is a race to save your aliens and get them to safety. The race is on to launch each of your aliens down the ramp and into the drone. Once an alien is inside the drone, it will lift off and the alien can flee to safety. But watch out! Whilst you are waiting for the drone to lift off, other players can sabotage your mission by knocking your alien out with their own! The goal is to be the first to get all your aliens safely home.

A two-player game is aimed at children over the age of six. The drone is powered by a battery. It can be recharged using the included USB cable.  Its has an RRP of £19.99 and can be brought  from all good toy shops and online from Amazon*

Pokemon Trainer Trivia

My eldest is Pokemon mad, so this Pokemon Trainer Trivia* is right up his street. The trainer has 1000 questions. With two different modes, you can try and beat your highest score on individual mode or play against your chums on multiplayer. The good news is that it is super easy to play. The Pokémon Trainer Game Master takes care of everything… from explaining the rules to asking the questions, to keeping the scores. For up to four players each individual selects their Pokemon and then answers questions by selecting true or false. If you are right then everyone else’s Pokemon loses two points if you are wrong you lose two points. Available from all good toy shops including Amazon* for £22.99.

I hope you have found some inspiration in this year’s gift guide, please do check out our others which can be found here – Gift Guide Inspiration. Please share these Christmas Gifts for Ten-Year-Old Boys

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80 Comments

  1. Simon Knuckey

    Superb Christmas Gift Ideas For All The Children, Don’t Forget Us Adults Also

  2. Jenny Prest

    Some really great I deeds here!u nearly 9yr old loves all things science and had just discovered Harry Potter! 😊

  3. Margaret Gallagher

    Spoilt fir choice so manu wonderful gift ideas

  4. They’ll be perfect for my nieces and nephews and for my little ones when they’re bigger. A great gift that has so much more to offer re birdwatching and caring for nature lessons. I really love the mythos Pedia gift idea. Those are really helpful tips for Christmas gifts. There are lots of great ideas here! Thank you so much!

  5. They’ll be perfect for my nieces and nephews and for my little ones when they’re bigger. A great gift that has so much more to offer re birdwatching and caring for nature lessons. I really love the mythos Pedia gift idea. Those are really helpful tips for Christmas gifts. There are lots of great ideas here! Thank you so much!

  6. How cute this is! Children get such satisfaction from putting something together.

  7. love the fossil set i had one when i was much younger

  8. Laura Whittle

    Amazing, my girls would love to make this for the garden x

  9. Anthea Holloway

    This would be great fun to build with my grandchildren.

  10. Adrian Bold

    My nephew would love this, thanks for the competition.

  11. Mandy Doherty

    My grandchildren would love building their own bird house

  12. Penny Lane

    This giveaway is excellent and perfect for home-bird-watching!

  13. Laura Corrall

    Some awesome ideas, it seems it’s harder to get them presents the older they get. I love the look of the bird house as we get some wonderful wildlife here.

  14. Maria Messruther

    Love the hot wires its a brilliant gift option my son absolutely loves his x

  15. Sarah C

    Wow! There are some great ideas for 8 year olds here, thank you so much!

  16. Caroline Tokes

    We have lots of birds in our garden so this would be fab

  17. Victoria Prince

    So many great ideas here, I’ll be pinching some! Love that bird house – it looks fab quality too

  18. Kelly smith

    Ah this would be great to do with my niece thanks 🎁

  19. Katie B

    This would be such a great thing to do with the kids!

  20. katrina walsh

    Id love to get involved with the kids doing this

  21. Kelly Cooper

    We have some lovely birds In our garden, this would be a perfect addition

  22. Mark Fridlington

    Some really great ideas for childrens’ presents. I would have loved the build your own bird box when I was a child.

  23. Susan Willshee

    This is a brilliant gift, both for children who like to get crafty and for those who just want to watch the wildlife. Fantastic!

  24. Helen Tovell

    Lovely selection of gift ideas thank you

  25. Heather Hibbert

    My niece would love this as a Christmas present, what a wonderful idea

  26. My son would love this, he made one out of a plastic bottle this year but I’m sure he would enjoy this much more

  27. Carole Nott

    A great idea – this would make an excellent xmas gift

  28. I would love this for my friends son who likes bird watching

  29. judy kennedy

    Not something we did as a kid, but children growing up to understand and encourage nature to thrive can on,ly be a good thing

  30. Ruth harwood

    This looks heaps of fun, and I don’t mean just for the kids, I can imagine myself being absorbed into the enjoyment! Get my head out of a book for once!!!!

  31. Jo m welsh

    My daughter would love to build one of these .

  32. Natalie Crossan

    This is so cute, my daughter loves birds and loves feeding them

  33. Margaret Gallagher

    Bringing so much joy and love for our girls many thanks

  34. Kathy Kenny Ngo

    I’m not an 8 year old but I would love to get some of the gifts listed here.

  35. Sandra Fortune

    Great Gift Ideas I love the birdhouse would be so much fun to do with my grandson

  36. Lyanna Soria

    Those are all wonderful selection of gift ideas you compiled there. I think even my kids and I would like those especially the Pac-man Tamagotchi and Mythopedia.

  37. What a great Christmas gift guide! My son is only four, but I think he will like a few of these!

  38. World in Eyes

    these christmas gift ideas are so lovely and useful..found it really interesting and amazing one…indeed glad you shared these list with us..great work though…

  39. All of these are really great gift ideas. There are so many items here that I would love to give away.

  40. Sim @ Sim's Life

    What a fabulous selection of gifts! Absolutely loving those PJ’s though! Sim x

  41. Love these excellent gift options for 8 year olds. Nowadays most kids just sit in front of a computer all day long, so it’s nice for them to put together puzzles or make a bird house.

  42. I really love the mythopedia gift idea. Thats really helpful tips for Christmas gifts.

  43. julia linsley

    A great gift that has so much more to offer re birdwatching and caring for nature lessons

  44. Krysten Quiles

    My nephew isn’t quite there yet, but SOON!

  45. Catherine S

    What a lot of great ideas. They’ll be perfect for my nieces and nephews and for my little ones when they’re bigger 🙂

  46. Carolyn Corrin

    There are some great gift idea’s here.

  47. Tracy Nixon

    There are lots of great ideas here! Thank you so much!

  48. Andrea Fletcher

    My grandson would love to build a birdhouse with his dad, a brilliant gift idea.

  49. Tracy Nixon

    Yeah! I love the idea of building your own bird house!

  50. Charlotte isobelle

    I love this such a lovely gift.

  51. lynn neal

    Some great ideas here, I think my grandson , Zackery would love the fossil collection!

  52. Pippa Ainsworth

    Some great gift inspiration here, my 8 year old daughter would love these I think.

  53. Ursula Hunt

    There are some great present ideas in this blog post

  54. Priscilla Stubbs

    I love the idea of building your own bird house

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