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Gift magic sparkles in the eyes of the young ones. If you are looking for a something fun, safe and durable, able to make kids laugh and learn at the same time, look no more. Plenty of inspiration here for the perfect gift idea.
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The sense of giving

The world of games is really a universe worth exploring. The topics are endless and when it comes to gifts for kids there isn’t really a single category of toys suitable for children, from newborns to teenagers. When you give a gift you do so under the condition that it’s been chosen with a lot of thought, taking into consideration a variety of criteria. If kids gifts are in question it will involve mostly the parents and closest relatives. These types of gifts generally provide us with the chance to show strong affection for the intended person.

Children get many more gifts than adults; there are some who especially love giving gifts and those who save them for special occasions. If the gift giver is part of the immediate family, the focus will likely be greater because blood is thicker than friendship. As a matter of fact, it’s often society that beats stereotypes of gender and tradition into our brains, having for centuries shaped our minds and conditioned us. The bond of friendship very often exceeds that of blood, and the reason for this is that friends have more of a daily and routine relationship.

Relatives should be given something that emphasises familiarity with that person, otherwise the gesture may be poorly suited for the context and seen as an illegitimate excuse of a present. Our daily life and responsibilities require us to act a certain way, and many bonds formed in life are often a formality, making them less authentic. Aside from the fact that giving gifts is a pleasant activity, a gift strengthens a relationship and establishes a link, it gives you the opportunity to express the good intentions you have for someone. Not all gifts are the same, as there are those who place little attention on them and buy at the last minute, but those who put a great deal of thought into it can strive for perfection.

Giving a gift with little attention could be the reflection of a superficial personality or of someone who doesn’t feel the need to go out of their way, essentially saying the recipient is insignificant. Giving a very thoughtful gift also means making the recipient feel important. It also means that you know the person well, enough to warm anyone’s heart. Affection is shown through small things but it comes from the heart to create a mutual happiness. The recipient of a gift can’t help but smile, but this in itself marks the superficiality of relationships. With that being said, gifts can either be appreciated or not, even leading to re-gifting if they are worthless to you, or they can be remembered forever because of how well they were chosen, as if they were taken right from your wish list. 

Types of gifts and opportunities to give them

Gifts vary in shapes and sizes as well as meaning. That being said, gifts are a personal thing that can really brighten up any period of your life. Types of gifts are often associated with the occasions they come in: birth, baptisms, birthdays, christenings, anniversaries, weddings, graduations, retirement, and dates that remind us of important, unforgettable moments in our lives, worth remembering through these special objects. When you talk about gifts for kids that drive them mad, clothes and toys come to mind, especially stuffed animals or music boxes to use in the early years. The birth of a child may call for themed balloons and special t-shirts, bibs and musical toys. Games for little ones come in all shapes and sizes, revolving around themes like cartoon characters or pastel patterns that are associated with early ages.

There are also practical gifts such as strollers, high chairs, car seats, walkers, soft rugs to play on and a wide range of other useful items for children. Other extremely practical toys are those for sensory development for children like games that promote touching, looking and hearing as continuous stimuli for little ones who are discovering the world and have unlimited curiosity. Raising these little babies is a daunting task that will be full of impulses, especially in the first years of life while the entire world is filled with new and curious things. They get accustomed to the surroundings slowly but surely, discovering a wide range of sensations as well as reacting and starting to be autonomous.

As for birthday gifts for adults, there is an endless selection from perfumes to clothing, from ties to books, from gift cards that can be spent on household items. Gold or silver are always very popular, and certainly for women the choice is broader. Additionally, a woman can never have too many handbags, wallets, shoes, scarves, shawls and gloves. As for men, the selection is a little more restricted but there are the classics like wallets, watches, ties and shirts. 

Gifts between parents and children

How many times do parents make up for shortcomings with gifts to their children? Sometimes life is so hectic that it takes us away from home for a long time, and those few hours spent with children become even more precious in creating a sincere relationship based on mutual trust. And so children often find themselves buried in gifts yet without someone to play them with. These little ones don’t always know how to play their games and at other times would truly prefer the presence of a parent who can share the playing experience with them. Unfortunately we know that this is not always the case in families and we have to settle for a few minutes in the evening to be with our children, trying to transmit all the affection of one day in these few moments.

You have to be careful what you give your children, and it’s vital to understand if covering their needs with the presence of material objects is a wise decision. Having children grow up with their parents by their side will make them feel safe and, in the event that they were to get hurt while playing, it’s reassuring to know that their parents are there to help them and take care of them.

These are nothing more than lessons in childhood as they begin to learn through games and associate them as methods to approach life later on. Education above all through the games. The rules of games are very important, as they stipulate that something must be done in a certain way. They give the child a certain sense of method that will help them when entering adult society. Respect, teamwork, fairness: Understanding the rules and using them to win or get to the point of the game is a very important concept to understand. The time of the game is also a fundamental part of a child's life and finding appropriate gifts for them at the right age is necessary. It’s also important to support the child’s passions starting from childhood, so as to develop genuine interests that will make them strong and enthusiastic adults in the future.

Gifts given in the relationship between parents and children often resemble rewards, such as a reward if the children get good grades in school or if they behave well. It’s essentially an incentive for good behaviour and to push them in the future. 

Tech gifts and useful materials

Kids toy materials change depending on the type of toy and the child's age. When you enter kids shops you’re immediately immersed in a colourful world so great it can be a confusing one. You have to find the right toy for the child’s age while also being sure not to buy something made of harmful material. As a matter of fact, little ones tend to put everything in their mouths, as they are instinctively curious, meaning the perfect gift will let parents rest assured. In the home environment, the child should be able to play peacefully without parents having to worry constantly about them or fearing that they might swallow something or get hurt unintentionally.

Checking the labels on the gifts will provide us with more information about the product, especially the ones that are useful for hygiene or bath time that could potentially be dangerous and not entirely harmless. Be sure to check the material and paint used as well as to check if there are easily detachable pieces. Lastly, make sure the shape of the toy is suitable for them.

You mustn’t buy gifts based solely on price nor should you buy games that aren’t fit for the baby’s actual age. There are many famous brands out there that guarantee quality and safety that also comply with material standard laws. The gifts you got as a child are much different from those that exist on the market today. Technology has made great strides in improving and perfecting products on a daily basis. The most popular gifts today flaunt a technological side, especially for children and teenagers whose lives are full of games that take advantage of new technologies with both positive and negative effects stemming from them.

Phones, tablets and a wide variety of electronic devices that children play with also translate to the adult world with colourful pictures, attractive jingles and games that engage their interest and stimulate their intellect. The world we live in today can’t do without electronic devices that put us in constant contact with the world. The downside of all this is the lack of communication and the difficulty in relating to the actual environment because we’re more and more immersed in virtual reality.

Children do not have judgment similar to that of an adult and therefore they don’t know how to measure the amount of time that things take up their day. They must also be guided when playing games as they need to understand when it’s time for fun and when to stop playing. The task of raising a child is certainly one of the toughest in the world; raising means leading by example first and foremost with your actions. Smaller ones observe adults and often imitate them. If children see parents at the table with phone in hand, then they will likely imitate their parents. With that being said, raising a child means keeping calm and teaching them to behave in the way we would like our children to behave. Telling them something but then not backing it up with actions can cause serious consequences on the final upbringing. Many times the guilt of certain children's attitudes lies precisely in adults and the example they provide for the children.

Toy Museums

Toy Museums Emphasis on the importance of games as children’s gifts are found in toy museums. These shrines to toys show off collections that take us back in time and retrace the history of the toy. The games of our ancestors were certainly very different from children’s toys today. The simplicity of the materials and the elementary features of the structure itself made them naturally less functional and stable when compared  today’s. Puppets, rope, tops, dolls and marbles are some of the gifts for children that provided entertainment to our grandparents and great grandparents.

Playtime was limited back then when compared to our times because often children were forced to work early on and help in the house much more than now. Their games were more for the outdoors, and as they grew older they’d be seen out in the streets organising group and team games that gave a sense of group membership. Friendships were formed through these activities and they grew to know that they could rely on each other. The games were obviously outside and not locked in the house in front of a TV or computer. Some people talk about an improved quality of life these days, while there are those who believe that this new-age way of life, especially for children, is harmful, too free and psychologically wrong. The truth probably lies in moderation and finding the right balance. Playtime doesn’t have to mean being alone, and having a heaping pile of gifts to pass the time with does not mean being happy and/or satisfied. Gifts are something that we can use in order to brighten up our free time, but they can often be educational on top of that.

The century of the child

Some have called our times the "century of the child". The attention paid to children is never enough. Childhood and adolescence are critical periods in the psycho-physical training of humans. Childhood should be concentrated with the development of interpersonal skills and knowledge of the world and how it works. Little ones have a strong curiosity about the outside world and what drives it. The task of adults is to accompany them through this magnificent adventure in the least invasive way possible, while also lending a helping and instructional hand. This helping hand means giving gifts and games to them.

Children communicate in a simple manner that’s to the point, and games use techniques that emphasise the messages that should be transmitted. All children should have equal opportunities in this world but unfortunately we all know that that simply isn’t true. As a matter of fact, wars, genocide, natural disasters, and other life-changing travesties have led to the death of many children and their parents, and the rest of the family can be victims of all different kinds of violence. The protection of children's rights is put to the test in violent and uncertain periods like that of today.

Many dreams were shattered before they even started by a reality that fails to promote love and peace of others. They aren’t given equal opportunity while so many other children enjoy both good health and all the toys they could ever want. Equality is one of the rights that is constantly being fought over but has never been settled. Many people, with the help of numerous organisations, devote their time to defenceless children, dealing with adoptions, giving sustenance to the needy, finding a way to ensure "normal" conditions in all places, especially for children. The adolescent stage of life is equally problematic, full of contradictions, a fleeting phase that, if not cared for closely, could do damage in an irreversible way.

This is also an extremely important stage for kids, as it should be a constructive period as they grow towards adulthood, fairness and selfishness. Following the rules while playing games will lead to respect for life at a later date. A teenager should also be accompanied during his or her physical transformation from child to adult: This journey is rather complex and may turn out poorly if adults aren’t there to help along the way. Gifts for children, which are essentially just games, fulfil a need for children, whether it be existential, psychological, affective or emotional. The gift also exerts social, educational, expressive and communicative functions. Watching children play can also be a way of understanding the child’s personality and their inner world, anxieties, difficulties and aspirations.

Precisely in this sense, playing can become a therapeutic instrument that helps bring to the surface and sort out anything that children might need extra practice with. Gifts help children express their imagination, creativity, free-spirt, initiative and alertness. A child at play, as a matter of fact, can transform their world and show it to them in the eyes of adults, giving them purpose and structure.

Children who play their games can also inversely help adults see things through the eyes of the little ones, almost as if they went back in time to that innocent happiness that over the years has given way to the malice and stress of adult life. Safeguarding the rights of children, especially their dedicated spaces and playtime, is more than essential. Remember that it’s not just the children who observe us and learn from us, but also that we often have much to learn from their attitude, innocence, imagination and simplicity.