If your children like to stay up-to-date with the latest technology, here are some Christmas tech gifts for kids that you can add to that Christmas list.
It’s important that all children are computer savvy and with so much technology on offer nowadays, you would be mad to let your kids miss out. Yes, everything is expensive; however, there are always alternatives to brand names.
Here are some Christmas tech gifts for kids to enjoy:
Wonder Workshop Dash and Dot
Children are now being encouraged to learn how to code while still in primary school. All you have to do is purchase the robot for £149.95 from Apple and download the free Wonder Workshop apps which are available to download for iOS and Android. With more than 600 built-in tutorials and projects, your children will enjoy hours and fun while learning at the same time at their own speed.
An Amazon Fire Kindle
If you want to buy your kids, a tablet, but Leap Pads are out of your price range? Buy a Kindle Fire. These are excellent value, and your children will have the privilege and responsibility of owning a decent tablet. Don’t worry about them browsing the internet because Parents can create a profile for each of their children and choose what books, apps, games, and videos they want to give their kids access to. These are available from Amazon and other outlets for just £34.99.
Children should enjoy exercise, not just play computer games. A scooter is a perfect gift to buy a child and to encourage them to play outside. Lots of children are now scooting to school, so even throughout the winter months, your loved ones remain active and keen to brave the winds and rain. There are lots of different scooters available for all ages. The Adults can even join the children, and this can become a family activity. Motorised scooters are a good option for less active adults.
The CubeBot wooden robot puzzle
Not every child is interested in gadgets and gaming. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t buy a Christmas tech gift for your child.
This wooden robot puzzle is ideal for children who like to build and make things with their hands. This is so robust, unlike other delicate technology. You can throw the bricks around and knock them down, without damaging them. It’s a bit like the, which I had as a child!
If this sounds like more your child’s thing, you can purchase the CubeBot Wooden Robot Puzzle here.
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