Looking for a great gift for the little ones at tiny prices? Here are a few ideas:
Baby’s First Book (RMB 48)
Prepare some space in your bookshelf! This storybook shows cute animals and numbers over ten pages. Your child will not only know animal names, but also start counting them at your next visit to the zoo.
Lego Police Motorcycle (RMB 59)
Buying for a boy? Well, no worries with this one. All parents know that it’s not just a stereotype: boys really do start dreaming of cars and motorcycles as soon as they are on the drive home from the hospital. And if it’s a police bike, that’s even cooler!
Cat Steps (RMB 78)
Get on the catwalk! Children can make cat steps on these fun toys that improve their balance while offering tons of fun at the same time.
Plastic Rattle (RMB 79)
This light and and easy-to-grasp rattle includes parts made of soft plastic that give teething relief. The frog also has a rotating transparent sphere with twinkling balls inside.
Stroller Toys (RMB 95)
The next time you hit the road, your child will take some new friends to the streets of Beijing. These cute toys will keep your child entertained, so don’t be surprised when they refuse to leave the stroller!
Teething Toy (RMB 66)
The first teeth are coming? Then go for this one (whatever you give them, they will put in their mouth). The Bite and Play enables babies to quickly forget their teething troubles.
Wooden Rattle (RMB 38)
Every parents hope their child will be the next great pianist. But let’s aim a bit more realistic for now. This rattle is all wood and also helps to develop first motor activity.
Toy Plane (RMB 58)
The openings in this chunky blue plane are perfect for pushing along or soaring high in the sky. The shape makes the toy easy to grab for small children.
Soft Keys (RMB 29)
Have you ever looked for the car keys, only to find that your kids have taken them to play with and have forgotten where they are now? Well, better give them their own set until they’re old enough to get a driver’s license.
Ice Cream Set (RMB 38)
Planning a Chinese New Year trip to the beaches of Malaysia? Then take this ice cream set with you. We all know that Mom and Dad prefer watching the blue sea and nipping cocktails, but your kids will be delighted to prepare a great selection of Italian gelato for you.
Nils van Doorn is the co-founder of baby international, a one-stop shopping haven for families living in China. With locations in Beijing, Shanghai, and Haikou, baby international features a recently redesigned website that makes online shopping simpler than ever.
Looking for more ideas? Check out 10 suggestions under RMB 100 from Johanna Selth (BabyGro).