Christmas Gift Guide For School Aged Children

If you need to buy for child aged 5-9 this Christmas check out our top 5 gifts for School Aged children.




Provides kids with components to create over 100 combinations for the perfect ultimate lightsaber. The main lightsaber comes with lights, sounds and two independently lit lightdaggers. You can also combine with other lightsabers in the range which are sold separately.



A must this Christmas for any Shopkins fan out there. Scoops truck has moving wheels so you can take your Shopkins on a ride or they can chill outside under the umbrella enjoying an Ice Cream treat.

Currently priced at £19.99


3. Pie Face 

This has to be on every little boy and girls Christmas list this year because it just looks so much fun. Put some whipped cream or shaving foam on the "hand" and start turning the handles. The game could go off at any time, so you never know if could be you who will receive a splat in the face. 

Currently priced £29.99



The Rapunzel doll is a firm favourite here at Mummy 2 Monkeys. It's nice to have a change from Anna and Elsa plus Rapunzel is my favourite. Brush her hair and watch it magically light up as she sings I See The Light

Currently priced at £24.99



 The ultimate rescue vehicle. Transport 3 vehicles at a time or store six once opened up. Ryder and his ATV are ready to save Adventure Bay and you can re-enact rescue missions using the sound effects.

Currently Priced at £60

What is on your Child's list this Christmas?

You can also check out my other gift guides by clicking Christmas Gift Guides



4 comments

  1. Oooh my nephews in Zambia would love pie face game and patroller big time, lovely gift guide

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  2. I have been wanting to get Pie face for solo long, I was searching the web and can't get it anywhere. I then came across a game called spelt being released in December. Its the same as pie face looks almost the same and is only £10 booth!! pre ordered. It will be so fab on xmas day to play. x

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  3. I really like the look of Pie Face. That sort of slapstick fun is always worth a few giggles at a family party or Christmas.

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  4. I heard a lot about pie face lately. Looks messy but yet fun. My son loves paw patrol. School aged or not. He has all the pups, the interactive ones with their cars and the look out tower.

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