Gifts for Kids
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Swim up to 25% faster this awesome Hydro Fingers. Add some flippers and you’ll be faster than Aquaman. Perfect also for the budding Mermaid in the family.
Lego Star Destroyer
This 4,784-piece Lego Star Destroyer from Star Wars A New Hope is HUGE! It measures over 17” high, 43” long and 26” wide. Bye bye weekends!
Lotus Flower Candle
The Lotus Flower Candle looks like flower buds and once the center candle is lit it then lights 8 smaller candles which are attached to each flower pedal. The flower opens up and starts to slowly spin singing “Happy Birthday”.
Baby Yoda Plush Toy
Nothing in the galaxy is as cute, has taken as many naps, sipped more soup, or learned to control the Force as The Child from the hit series The Mandalorian.
Taco Belle Romper
This Taco Belle Romper is a great gift for babies and a great reminder of maybe what their parents were eating before little ‘Taco Belle’ was conceived.
Worlds Largest Gummi Worm
This 2ft Gummi Worm is NOT sold at your local adult shop and is intended just for oral use. Perfect for the sweet tooth.
Huge Giant Swan
Put all of the kids on this huge Swan Float and push them out to the middle of the pool. Ah, bliss!
This Oversized Blanket Hoodie is the big fashion and comfort piece of the year and will keep you warm and comfortable in chilly night.
8ft Bean Bag Chair
Who doesn’t love a Bean Bag Chair? This huge Bean Bag measures a massive 8 feet across and is pure heaven for reading a book, watching a film or for hosting a kids birthday party on.
Shiitake Mushroom Log
This Shiitake Mushroom Log is an awesome product. Mushrooms will grow quickly and are very tasty. A great gift for kids and all Mushroom lovers.
Damaged Screw Extractor
This Damaged Screw Extractor will removes any stripped screw or broken bolt, including Phillips, flat, hex, or painted, in 10 seconds or less. 3 easy steps: drill out, flip bit, extract.
Baby Mop Onesie
After the birth of a child there’s always the temptation to say ‘Yes, it’s cute, but what can it do?’ Until recently the answer was simply ‘lie there and cry’, but now babies can be put on the payroll, so to speak, almost as soon as they’re born.