Holiday gifts for kids don’t have to break the bank in order to top their wish list. Most of their biggest smiles come from presents that spark creativity, fun and education. For little ones, toys that engage their minds, talk to them, and provide hours of stimulation tend to be the gifts that “keep on giving” as they say.
This year, Amazon Canada is offering a One-Click Kits where you can shop bundles of affordable toys, grouped together by age or interest, in one convenient section. It takes the guess-work out of gift-giving and ensures that tots get some of the top toys.
It also makes shopping that much easier and stress-free for parents, grandparents and anyone with wee ones on their lists. You’ll also notice that all gifts in the One-Click bundle are mess-free (can we say no slime kits), noise-free (no drum sets) and provide hours of endless imaginative play.
For the youngsters, this bundle of the hottest toys for tots combines FIVE of the top-selling items for an amazing price of $150. It brings together top tech items and learning toys without having to scroll all over the place. It’s essentially a one-stop-shop.
Inexpensive gifts for kids can still provide hours of fun. The one-Click Kit includes everything from a Crayola-Scribbles set (where kids get to colour and customize their own pets)…
…To the ultra durable Kidizoom Camera by Vtech, which is a real camera designed uniquely for children (featuring digital zoom, games, filters, storage and more).
All toys are gender neutral and packed full of entertainment value that will last well beyond Christmas morning.
All you have to do is click the link once and all FIVE toys instantly appear in your car. No stress; no fuss; no searching; no worrying about this or that!
Happy Holidays from the Campanelli Family to yours!
Note: Each product we feature has been independently selected by our family and reviewed by us in some way. If you make a purchase using the affiliate link included, we may earn commission.
For more information on other One-Click gift guides visit: www.amazon.ca