Over the past couple of months, I’ve been writing blogs with suggested gifts for certain ages and in today’s blog, I’ll be focusing on gifts for 8-year-olds. All the toys I’ve selected fit into the price range I usually give but if you are looking for cheaper or more expensive gifts, then check out my full range of toys for eight-year-olds here.
- Wild Origami €8.65
This pad contains double-sided patterned paper and instructions so that you can learn how to fold the paper so that it looks like wild animals.
2. Bottle Sand Art €9.50
Fill the bottles with different coloured sand and either keep them for yourself or give them as decorative gifts to friends and family.
3. Solar Bi-Plane €9.99
Assemble the wooden pieces and wire in the solar panel. Once this plane is charged by the sun, it will move along the ground.
4. Sew a Puppy €10
This sewing kit is for children who are just learning to sew. It has everything you need to make a really cute little puppy.
5. Bonkers Bubbles €10
If you have a child that wants to know how everything works, then this is a kit for him or her. It comes with an information book all about bubbles and contraptions so that you can make large bubbles.
6. Paint your own Bird House €10.99
This lovely kit has a wooden birdhouse, a paintbrush and a selection of paints.
7. Science of Forces and Energy €10.99
Learn all about energy and how things move with this really cool science kit.
8. Guess Who? Game €10.99
This is a travel version of this very popular game that will keep kids busy for ages.
9. What’s Up? Game €14.99
Place the card on the headband on your head and try and guess what is on the card by asking yes/no questions.
10. Make your own Lie Detector €14.99
Learn all about how lie detectors work and make one to test on your friends and family.
I hope this blog has given you some ideas and inspiration. If you still haven’t found what you are looking for, take a look at my blog for seven-year-olds or nine-year-olds (coming soon!) or check out my full range of toys for 6-8-year-olds. Thanks so much for taking the time to read this.
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