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.
This box contains 80 Spot the Difference challenges each featuring characters or scenes from Paddington Bear. They are wipe clean and reusable.
Fill the bottles with different coloured sand and either keep them for yourself or give them as decorative gifts to friends and family.
This giant world map comes with activities and stickers to help you learn all about countries and continients.
This kit is for children who are happy to sit down and work on a project. It has everything you need to make a really cute pom pom pendants.
5. Bubble Lab
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. Domino Rally
Although more expensive than what I’d spend on my children’s friends, this is the kind of gift, I’d splash out on for a godchild or niece or nephew. It has 247 wooden pieces to line up and knock down. This is a game they will keep for years and get great value from.
Learn all about electricity and do some fun experiments with this really cool science kit.
Pop out all these pieces, slot them together and you have a complete farm yard set to play with.
Place the card on the headband on your head and try and guess what is on the card by asking yes/no questions.
Although more expensive than I ‘d usually spend on a gift, this is a set that will last for year and any creative 8 year old would LOVE it.
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 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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