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Most children love to play with toys at any time and in any place, but toys tend to take on a much more important meaning at Christmas time. And whether you’re looking for Christmas toys for your children, young relatives, or for charity, you’ll always be surrounded by toys as the world enters the Christmas season.
Collecting toys for charity at Christmas has long been an annual activity for countless charitable families as well as many church groups. At the center of Greyfriars Church in Reading, for example, people have already started sending toys and tins for their annual Christmas collection, which are donated to needy children all over the city, said John Brown, the caretaker of the Church Book Shop:
“I think it’s a brilliant idea and it’s great to see how generously people in Reading are bringing toys and tins to make Christmas for children”.
If you have children yourself, Christmas can be quite hectic. A good way to encourage your children to take more initiative in preparing for Christmas is to let them design their own Christmas cards and decorations. Buy some special craft materials for Christmas, such as blank cards, colored cards, glitter glue sticks, and Christmas stickers; die-cut paper chains or do-it-yourself Christmas cookie sets also give children some creative fun and keep them busy while you start making Christmas pudding.
When it comes to buying toys for your children for Christmas, it can be difficult to keep track of their ever-changing tastes. However, there are some classic toys that children, especially the little ones, will always enjoy. Little girls, for example, are always happy to have large doll’s houses in which to house their figure collection. Girls also often have fun with games or toy sets that revolve around fairies; toys like the Christmas toy set from the Fairy Wonderland Early Learning Center [http://www.elc.co.uk/category-720], for example, offers girls a miniature fairy kingdom to fantasize about.
Younger children, on the other hand, are often attracted to the darker sides of adventure; 3 to 8-year-olds in particular often enjoy playing with cars and garages, model trains, and rockets. All children enjoy toys related to current films, and this Christmas season sees the release of the cartoons “Santa Clause 3” and the lucky penguin “Happy Feet”. If, on the other hand, you are looking for educational toys that teach your child to read and write or toys that encourage physical activity, such as trampolines, you will certainly find a wide range of toys to choose from for Christmas. Because keeping your children happy and reminding the less fortunate than you are twins is tantamount to a fantastic Christmas and a true understanding of their minds.
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