Many 9 year old children have individuals styles and preferences, and this can make choosing appropriate toys a little harder than perhaps it was at younger ages. Parents or close friends of the child will certainly have a much better grasp of the child’s favourite toys or TV shows of the moment. This is the best first step when trying to decide on a toy to buy a child of this age.
If you’re unable to get this kind of insider knowledge however, you could do far worse than choosing a radio-controlled toy for a boy and a fashion kit for a girl. There are also some great eductional products available for children aged 9 years old too. Parents could try checking out brands like National Geographic, John Crane and LeapFrog for some additional inspiration.
My Keepon is a loveable, bright yellow robot that interacts, shakes and dances!
Owners need to tap on the heads to hear a choice of Furbish phrases and noises.
Tailball is endorsed by Judy Murray who says “It’s a genius invention".
A wrong trivia answer and your opponent pulls out one of the rods, giving...you guessed it, a wet head!
The players still race to complete a word grid but with several twists and turns on the way.
The Optical 3D Artist Set is the most exciting development since Spirograph was invented.
This set lets children create the most amazing Play-Doh projects in flat or 3D styles.
Each collectable Trashie represents a morphed version of a piece of everyday rubbish.
Brilliant colours and high class swimming action make these toys instantly collectable.
A brilliant way for children to learn geometry as well as develop their powers of observation.