Been racking your brains about what to get the wee ones this year? Depending on their age and interests, they’ll have acquired different skills and be into different topics and toys. To avoid under or overchallenge, toys should be suited to the child's stage of development – otherwise they’ll end up bored or frustrated. To make your choice easier, we’ve put together a wide selection of gifts, grouped them by age and added a brief description of the average development stages. All you have to do is select an age group and keep those acquired skills in mind. That way your present is bound to be an absolute hit!
During their first year of life, babies spend a lot of time sleeping and exploring the world around them.
This is a period when a child develops really quickly – from walking to talking and developing motor skills to drawing and doing handicrafts around the age of three.
This is when kids start going to kindergarten and their handicraft and drawing skills are improving. They are also getting involved in games for longer periods of time and until they have finished.
Kids are at school and generally like toys related to topics they are particularly interested in.
These gift ideas are suitable for young adults and “big kids” alike. Teenagers and adults are usually wowed by tech gadgets and – depending on their interests – enjoy complex games and demanding construction sets.
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