Christmas 2016 Domenica Kiely

6 Best Christmas Gift Ideas for Kids in 2016

Domenica Kiely
Written by Domenica Kiely

It’s almost time for the jolly big red man to squeeze his way down our chimneys (or come in the door using his special Santa key). Apparently kids everywhere have been good this year, and while Santa has been super busy crafting Christmas toys, this year he has even co-opted some of the biggest toy and gift manufacturers in the world to help him bring kids everywhere some of the coolest pressies around.

Here are just a sample of what Santa and his merry gifters will have ready and waiting for the kiddos come 25 December …

Reed Kids Christmas Gift Edit


A) Chooze – Backpacks and Lunchboxes

This range is perfect for the kinder or school ready kid. Chooze’s two-sided backpacks offer kiddos a creative choice – they just have to flip the straps to enjoy a totally different bag!

B) Jasnor – Paw Patrol Ryder’s Fun Phonics

With 8 fun activities including letter names, letter sounds, spelling, observation and memory, little ones will love learning with Ryder and his friends.

C) Jasnor – Hungry Caterpillar Building Blocks

We love this colourful collection of blocks from everyone’s favourite Eric Carle book, The Hungry Caterpillar. As well as being loads of fun, building blocks help tots develop their motor skills and enhance creativity.

D) Annabel Trends – Miffy Money Box

This Miffy money box will look adorable on a shelf and teach kidlets all about the value of saving their pennies.

E) Outliving – Sunnylife Ukelele

Where would an Aussie summer be with Sunnylife’s range of amazing pool range of musical instruments, toys and colourful inflatables.

F) Arty Paper – Superheroes

Holiday downtime will be a blast with Arty Paper’s creative range of colouring sets.

G) Ballerina & Me® – Emma Ballerina Doll

A best friend for your little ballerina, the Ballerina & Me range of child-sized dolls is designed to bring playtime to life! Read all about them here.

About the author
Domenica Kiely
Domenica Kiely

My name is Domenica, but my tribe call me Dom. I’ve written for a number of successful and popular Australian blogs, and I have experience working in both education and the media. I have a slight (ahem) shopping addiction, but I prefer to think of it as an ethical contribution to the growth of the economy. I am fuelled by a love of art, photography, home interiors, trashy television and my family (not in that order).