Aldi Christmas Toys

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I know it’s not even November yet, but the way time is flying I do like to try and get prepared for Christmas early. We also have Mr T’s birthday in December, so stockpiling stocking fillers has to be part of my autumn to-do list.

Launching this Thursday, 27th October, is Aldi’s Christmas toy range. Covering smaller goodies such as Soft Disney Toys (£4.99), Wooden Toys (£8.99) and Wooden Jigsaws (£6.99), there are also large presents to get your hands on. I love the look of the Double Sided Easel (£19.99), especially as my two are both so into art. The Wooden Dolls’ House (£29.99) is absolutely gorgeous too- so intricate and an absolute bargain. How sweet are those shutters? Buy Wooden Dolls’ House Furniture (£12.99) to deck it out and that is one amazing Santa present.

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For culinary kids, there’s a Large Wooden Kitchen. Priced at £29.99, it has to be said that this is serious value. Different colour variations are available, as well as Wooden Kitchen Accessories (£9.99). Hours of pretend play could be had here.

Alongside wooden toys and pre-school toys, you’ll find sports toys, from a 4ft Football Table (£39.99) to a Boxing set (£8.99). Pre-school toys range across Jigsaw Books (£3.99), Sound Board Books (£2.99), Pre-School Character Vehicles (£4.99) and a Buddy Light (£9.99).

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Suiting different age requirements, there is a gift for all kids, whether they are little tots or much older. Equally brilliant for upcoming birthday buys, I always think it’s important not to break the bank over Christmas and general gifting, but instead concentrate on thoughtful toys and presents they will love. Stuff like Snakes and Ladders (£6.99) is fun for the adults too, come Christmas Day afternoon when we’re all full of festive treats.

Easy to pop in your shopping trolley and make a start on the Christmas prep, put these presents to one side now and save a panic closer to December 25th.

See more from aldi.co.uk.

In stores from 27th October, while stocks last.

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