Top Tech Gifts for Kids Ages 3 to 6

It’s that time of year when we’re all making lists or pondering gifts so, this year, we thought we’d make it a little easier on you.

Rather than roaming the aisles to find the perfect present for your little person, here’s our top three tech gifts for kids between the ages of 3 and 6:

LeapFrog LeaptTV Video Gaming System:
Obviously, the world of console gaming has seen some exciting stuff this year and we imagine the Xbox One will be a popular choice. But, there’s something that’s caught our eye too, and it seems great for the littler people – the LeapFrog LeapTV Video Gaming System.

LeapFrog LeapTV | DigiKids

Hailing from the house of LeapFrog, which brought us the LeapPad and Leapster Explorer, the LeapFrog LeapTV system features a fab little camera and enables interactive learning, with a big focus on getting kids moving. Using a mix of classic control, motion sensor or pointer play and body motion, LeapTV games and activities look like a ton of fun! Pick up a Leapfrog LeapTV Gaming System from Takealot for R1799.

Creating Future Photographers
There’s no better time than the holidays to pick up a new hobby! If your kid’s keen on capturing happy snaps, let them loose on the world with an inexpensive yet robust digital camera.

HP C150W Waterproof Digital Camera | DigiKids

We found a fantastic waterproof HP C150W camera for just R685 on Takealot. This 16 megapixel camera is waterproof up to three metres, so we’ll skip taking it into the ocean, but it’ll be great for when the kids splash about in the pool. There’s also the Nikon S2800 that packs a 20 megapixel punch and includes a bunch of effects stored within the camera’s operating system.

Let’s Get Dancing!
And because you’re never too old, or too young, to dance, we reckon a nifty docking station or great mini speakers would be a fab present for the littlest geek of the house.

shoX BeBop | DigiKids

The Divoom iTour Mobile Speaker lets you play radio or music stored on an SD Card. We found a cute little Hello Kitty USB speaker (actually, THAT’S going on MY wishlist…) and a Shox BeBop system that operates using Bluetooth. Let the little people plug in and get their groove on!





Cath Jenkin

As a mom, Cath raises her daughter with a strong focus on technology, as she believes that digital literacy is as important as learning to read. With a long history of creating content for online and print publications, and in particular as a parenting columnist, Cath brings her curious mind... Read more

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