Both my kids like Pokemon but my son Arlo is a huge fan. I feel this has given me a small bit of expertise into Pokemon so here’s my round-up of the best Pokemon gifts for kids this Christmas that you can buy on Amazon.
Pokemon Sword and Shield £39.99
My son has been chomping at the bit for this new Nintendo Switch Pokemon game for months. It’s suitable for ages 7 and over. It’s currently on Amazon for £39.99 (affiliate link). Any Pokemon fan is going to be desperate for this come Christmas.
Pokemon Puzzle Pack £15.63
For when I need to get him off playing Pokemon Sword, this 4×100 piece jigsaw pack (affiliate link) from Ravensburger will come in handy.
Pokemon Monopoly £32.99
For ages 8 and up, this new version of the Monopoly classic (affiliate link) is a great way to introduce young Pokemon fans to the game. Lena will be too young to play this so I think we will let Arlo stay up late some nights over Christmas to enjoy this and I already know how special and grown-up that’s going to make him feel.
Pokemon Charizard Plush £27.99
My little boy loves his cuddly toys still and his favourite Pokemon is Charizard so he’s added this Charizard plush (affiliate link) to his Christmas list.
Nintendo Switch Case £16.98
Help them to keep their Nintendo Switch safe with this cute Pikachu and Eevee (affiliate link) case.
Pokemon Trainer Guess game £20
For the little kids who have memorised all the Pokemon names, this guessing game (affiliate link) will make them feel like a Pokemon expert!
Ash Cap £12.99
We got this cap (affiliate link) for Arlo earlier in the year. It’s the same one that Ash from Pokemon wears and all the kids at school think it’s the coolest.
Pokemon adventure book collection £8.88
Arlo has read the first two of this series (affiliate link) and it’s really helped him to get into reading for fun. They are normally in the Amazon two books for £7 offer so this collection of all 8 for £8.88 is a bargain – I wish we had done it this way!
Mega Construx Pokemon Mew vs Mewtwo Clash £27.99
For kids who enjoy construction toys, the Mega Construx Pokemon collection has some fun little sets for kids to build and then play with, like this Mew Vs Mewtwo set (affiliate link).
Pokemon Poke Ball Tin £12.45
Arlo has been collecting Pokemon cards for a couple of years now. I warn you, don’t start unless you want to be buying cards for years to come! Arlo loves these though and you can’t go wrong with this Poke Ball tin (affiliate link). If you are buying for a kid who does collect them though, you best check which tins are best to buy as there are lots of different series and you do not want to buy one they already have!
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