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Christmas can be magical for children - but it can also be fraught with disappointment if the right things aren't under the tree.
Here are suggestions guaranteed to keep everyone happy on Christmas morning.
There's nothing better than LEGO to keep kids amused on Christmas morning, and this 3-in-1 kit has extra value.
Designed for space and robot fans, kids can build the Space Mining Mech, which comes with an alien figure and a set of crystals, then rebuild it into a posable 4-legged cargo carrier with a robot pilot or make a posable 2-legged LEGO robot.
Among the best scooters on the market, these three-wheelers are great for kids aged two years and up.
They're low to the ground, have a wide, non-slip deck, and a lean-to steer action to help them go round corners easily.
If you have a Frozen fan in your household, this will be a Christmas hit.
This toy Elsa sings "Show Yourself," when you press a button.
She's dressed in the Frozen 2 outfit, complete with glittery shoes.
Who doesn't want an inflatable dragon for Christmas?
This one can be ridden safely as it has two easy-grip handles and two air chambers for extra stability.
It's suitable for children aged three years and up.
Make mini AFL fans happy with some licensed supporter sleepwear.
Choose your team colours - there are 18 to choose from, including Swans, Eagles and Bulldogs.
If your children are keen to snorkel but struggle with a traditional mask, these full-face snorkels are a perfect introduction.
They allow children to breathe normally, with no fogging of the mask, and allow a 180-degree view.
They're comfy to wear and have a watertight seal, so no water can get in.
Guaranteed to deliver hours of fun for kids and adults alike, a Scalextric set can provide entertainment for years to come.
This kit has just over 4-metres of track, two hand controllers and two themed cars.
It's ideal for ages 5 years and up.
These book and jigsaw kits are a great double whammy.
There's something pretty special about seeing a bike under the tree on Christmas morning.
This balance bike is a great first bike for kids from 18 months to five years.
It has no pedals, crank set or training wheels and helps children learn balance and steering before they graduate to a bike with pedals.
Encourage your kids to take pictures underwater with this camera.
It has a focus-free lens so it's easy to use, a wrist strap for convenience, and detachable waterproof casing so it can be used on dry land too.
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