This Morning picks its favourite children’s toys for Christmas… but can YOU spot the budget version from the high-end?
- Alice Beer selected this year’s best buys, including dolls’ houses and train sets
- She found branded and bargain options, including those on offer at supermarket
- Quarter of parents say they spend between £250 to £500 per child on gifts
With under three weeks to go until Christmas, parents across the country will be busy buying gifts for their children.
And now, ITV’s This Morning has helpfully picked its favourite toys for Christmas, with both high-end and budget versions available.
Expert Alice Beer selected some of this year’s best buys, including dolls’ houses, toy toolkits and train sets.
She managed to find both branded and bargain options – including those on offer at your local supermarket.
By choosing the more affordable options, parents can save hundreds of pounds this Christmas – after a quarter admitted they spend between £250 to £500 per child every year.
So, can you spot the budget toys from the high-end versions…?
This Morning has picked out the best high-end and budget children’s toys for Christmas. Pictured is Aldi’s Little Wooden Dolls House, priced at £29.99
A higher-end version on the market is Le Toy Van’s Bay Tree Dolls House (above), which is priced at £109
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The Kidly Play Kitchen Set (above), which comes with pots and pans, is priced at £88
Meanwhile, George at Asda’s Wooden Pop Up Kitchen (pictured above) is priced at £40
When it comes to toy toolkits, Argos’ JCB Pop Up Workbench (above) is an affordable option
The higher-end Bosch Workbench, which comes with various toy tools, is available for £35
Great Little Trading Bunny’s high-end Doll Pram is priced at £48 (above). The Baby Annabel doll (pictured inside the pram) costs £27.99
Argos’ Wooden Toy Pram (above), priced at £34.99, is a cheaper option. The Tesco baby meanwhile costs
Pictured is the high-end BRIO Rail & Road Loading Railway Set (pictured), which is priced at £56.99 and has 32 pieces
The Carousel 60 Piece Railway Set, priced at £15, is a cheaper version, available at Tesco (above)
This Morning airs on weekdays from 10.30am on ITV.
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