Kids · Parenting

Half Term Hot Picks

I genuinely can’t believe I am daring to utter these words, but the February Half Term is almost upon us –Yes, I know Christmas seems like only yesterday! Hence, I have started to consider how to occupy the kids for the week when let’s face it the weather is usually dire, especially here in ‘sunny’ Cumbria! It is with that in mind I decided to share some of my hot picks for keeping bored children entertained all from www.what2buy4kids.co.uk. Not only that we have an exclusive 10% discount code for our readers!

Very Hungry Caterpillar Dominoes £8.99

Classic wooden dominoes featuring everyone’s favourite story character The Hungry Caterpillar.

Kids Scavenger Hunt in a Box £12.99

Fantastic game for all the family to join in featuring item cards for outdoor or indoor play so perfect whatever the weather.

Gift in a Tin – Travel Bear £10.99

This gorgeous bear would be perfect for those due to head off on holiday soon! The set contains a pre-sewn teddy, stuffing, needle and thread to make your very own teddy bear. Also included is a birth certificate and map. Ideal to keep crafty, bear-lovers entertained.

Gift In A Tin - Travel Bear

Colour Your Own Puzzle £4.99

Ideal for creative minds this set comes with three jigsaws to colour. Allowing kids to design their own unique puzzles to keep and complete.

Make a Crystal Trinket Box £7.99

We all need somewhere to hide our secrets and this little trinket box is perfect. Containing everything you need to design your very own special box this is perfect to keep little designers busy! They also have this gorgeous Mermaid Trinket Box Set too!

Make A Crystal Trinket Box

Story Cubes £11.99

I love these Original Story Cubes as they have endless possibilities and will provide hours of entertainment. Containing nine dice, each featuring different images, the aim is to roll them all and then create a story. This is such a fun way to help stretch and stimulate imagination – for kids and grown up’s alike!

Gift in a Tin – Car Journey Games £10.99

You may well be heading off for a little break or to visit family for the half term, so why not help curb the boredom with this tin containing seven car-themed games. Plenty to keep the kids (and adults) entertained.

Cup Stack Challenge £9.99

Nothing beats a good competitive game and the kids will love this one! The idea of the game is to stack the twelve cups as quickly as possible which sounds easy, but much harder than it sounds! Great for the whole family, but who will manage the quickest time?

Cup Stack Challenge

Orchard Toys Lunchbox Game £8.99

Despite being aimed at 3-7yrs this is one of our favourite games to play as a family – I think the teenagers are more competitive than my 4 yr old! A game of memory first to fill their lunchbox with the healthy treats wins.

Orchard Toys Lunch Box Game

Gift in a Tin – Mini Mechanic £10.99

This set contains everything needed to build three models – Car, Helicopter and Aeroplane. Fantastic to keep hands on kids busy, comes complete with easy-to-follow instructions included.

Gift In A Tin - Mini Mechanic

Hopefully this has given you a few ideas of how to stave off the boredom during the half term and don’t forget if anything takes you fancy you can get 10% off across the whole site using our exclusive discount code FRASER218 – including sale and discounted items too!

3 thoughts on “Half Term Hot Picks

  1. You’re such a fun mommy! I love the sound of all these things you picked out 🎉☺️ I’m pretty sure by the time you’re done with the kids they be content and mega sleepy. Lol I think the caterpillar dominoes are soooo cute tehe 🐛 and the puzzle is a cool idea.

    xx Lena | https://lenadeexo.com

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