With Christmas quickly approaching it’s time to get a head start on your shopping list. Not only will this ensure that you find exactly what you’re looking for before supplies go out of stock, it’ll make your holiday season much less stressful and that much more enjoyable! The holidays are meant to be a time of love, joy and happiness as we spend quality time with our families and friends and revel in the spirit of giving. Getting your loved ones something they’ll actually enjoy will only add to the wonderful love and joy floating in the air. When it comes to children especially, it’s important to get them a gift they will adore since the holidays are really targeted at lighting up the faces of your little ones.
A skate scooter is a fail-proof gift for kids year after year. Not only do they guarantee hours upon hours of fun, they are great for exercise and keeping active. There are many different types of scooters available on the market, however I particularly like Team Dogz as they are brightly coloured, unique and fun! Available in a range of colours you’re guaranteed to find the perfect one for your son or daughter. This scooter comes with customised Team Dogz grip tape print, alloy locking bands, reinforced Y-shaped handle bars, an aero tail brake and a fun Team Dogz authentic logo. If you’ve got more than one child to buys present for why not get them both a scooter? With so many different colours they’ll each have their own unique one but can ride in style together.
To stay on track with giving a gift that promotes good health, exercise and active hobbies you’ll want to pick up a street bike. These BOSS Scud bikes are great for kids as they come with lightweight bike frames made of steel, as well as lightweight alloy rim wheels. Also available in a wide range of fun and kid-friendly colours these BMX style bikes are great for street riding and are durable enough to withstand the scrapes and scratches that are inevitable when dealing with children!
If your family enjoys winter holidays invest in a pair of skis, as well as a sturdy ski helmet, for your child this Christmas! Not only will it make your trip to the snow that much more convenient, it’ll save you time and money renting skis once you’re there. Plus, they’ll feel comfortable and get used to their own pair of skis to ensure a smoother ride on the slopes.
Did You Know?
The youngest person to ski on all seven continents is Victoria Rae White beginning at the age of 9 years 88 days in Zermatt, Switzerland and ending aged 10 years 79 days in Winter Park, Colorado, USA, 16 March 2008.