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4 Great Gifts for Kids of All Ages

Tick off your kid’s holiday wishlist at The Children’s Showcase and its awesome finds for all ages. 


Sneak into entrepreneur mum Andrea Groth’s children’s boutique at Tanglin Mall or PasarBella for an afternoon browse through all things luxe and quirky. The Children’s Showcase has plenty of exciting new toys in store that are sure to put a big smile on your tot’s face come Christmas morning. 


1. Maileg

Kickstart the Xmas countdown with a new Maileg Advent Calendar ($129.90). Your kid will love its bright colours, and you’ll love that it’s totally reusable. Maileg also has a Christmas collection made up of beautiful toys, ornaments and decorative accessories ($2.80 and up). 


2. Donkey

Start the season right with Donkey’s special Advent candle ($8.90) – there are birthday and St. Patty’s Day candles, too. Don’t miss out on the portable My First Autobahn car track tape set for little ones who love cars ($19.80). The “road” is made from adhesive tape and will stick to anything, creating an instant track for your little racer. Comes with one toy car. 




Earn some compliments from your fellow mums when you use RICE’s new holiday collection for your Christmas bash. They will love the colourful and vibrant tableware that comes in a variety of prints and designs to satisfy both young and old. ($9 and up). 



4. eeBoo

Planning a roadtrip this Christmas? Relax. There’s a fantastic remedy for those long drives. Keep your kid entertained with the eeBoo Travel Bingo set, which features common sights to search for on the road: gas station, restaurant, traffic lights and more ($23.90). The deck is illustrated, so that even the wee ones can join in. The set comes in a sliding tray box that will conveniently fit into your glove compartment. It’s an easy way to keep your kids happy for hours.


By Hazel Vincent De Paul, The Finder, December 2015

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