1. Dixit card game, $55.98, from Toytag
Nurture your child’s talent for creative storytelling with the help of this fun card game. It’ll make for endless rounds of fun for the whole family.
2. Air shark, $37, from hammacher.com
*cues Jaws music*
Seriously though, this inflatable floating shark is going to thrill your kids to no end! And if the shark isn’t your cup of tea, then look at the other inflatable floating marine animals available on site.
3. T-shirts, $34.95 (pack of 3), from H&M
Marvel mania is about to hit fever pitch in 2019 when the fourth installation of the Avengers movies comes out. So before the Marvel merch starts to climb in price, get this pack of tees for your superhero-obsessed kid.
4. Stationery kit, $19.90, from kikki.k
This gift comes just in time for the start of the new school term. Complete with sticky tape, staplers and clips, your kid’s going to have the neatest textbooks in his/her class.
5. Harry Potter Lego set, $34.90, from Redmart
Forgot to get a present for a friend’s kid? Redmart is here to rescue Christmas by ensuring you don’t show up empty-handed. This Lego set will make the perfect gift for kids of all ages.
6. Shoes, $110, from Melissa
Pair your kid’s festive dress with a cheery pair of red shoes, and roll it out again for the Chinese New Year celebrations.
7. My Audio Pet speakers, $35, from Amazon
Capable of playing music wirelessly, these super-cute speakers will have your children jamming out in their room all day.
8. Polo shirt, $119, from Lacoste
Featuring an adorable image of Minnie Mouse serving on the court, this polo shirt is a versatile addition to your daughter’s wardrobe.
9. In-room camping at The Ritz-Carlton, from $100 (not including room charges),
Bring your kids on a camping trip without having to leave the comforts of your room at The Ritz-Carlton. Hotel staff will have your campsite pitched and ready, and your kids will get to sleep in their own sleeping tents, complete with super comfy pillows and mattresses.
10. Super Park 1-day pass, $48
If your little ones has far too much energy for you to keep up, bring them to the Super Park and let them explore the maze of incredibly fun obstacle courses. Trust us, they’ll be sound asleep by bed time after this.
11. VR viewing goggles, $35, from Prezzybox.com
Whether its to get a fully-immersive game experience or to let them travel the world (without actually taking a plane), you can count on this VR box to do all that.
12. Ludo game set, $24.90, from The Better Toy Store
Cultivate the habit of having family game night by collecting a bunch of board games. Our pick? The ludo game set, which encourages camaraderie and healthy competition.
13. Newborn pack, $29.90 (set of 4), from Uniqlo
Take your newborn through the Hundred-Acre Woods with this adorable Winnie The Pooh clothing set.
14. Play-Doh set, $19.90, from MyToyShop.com.sg
Give your kiddies endless hours of fun by hooking them up with their own Play-Doh sets. From making gooey confections to playing dentist, it encourages their creativity to explore the endless possibilities that come with a humble mound of molding putty.
15. Cup and plate, $23 each, from Cath Kidston
Make meal times more fun with a set of Disney utensils. These are dishwasher-safe and durable, so the next time your little one drops in by accident, you don’t have to worry about scratches or dents.
16. Denim jacket, $94, from COS
Before you embark on your vacation, make sure you’ve got the right jacket for your kid to wear when it gets cold in the plane. Our fave pick is this lightweight denim jacket, which keeps them warm and looks stylish.
17. 40-colour marker set, $35, from Amazon
Got a kid who’s showing a creative side? Then this 40-colour marker set will give them all the tools they need to express themselves on their canvas.
18. Cube crayon set, $12.90, from Gallery & Co.
As part of the merchandise from the ongoing exhibition about minimalism, we won’t be surprised if you buy an extra set of these pretty crayons for yourself.