Top Five Christmas Gifts for Tweens 2012

Top Five Christmas Gifts for Tweens 2012

 

 

 

Tweens, a strange age and almost impossible to shop for! Not yet a teenager but not a child, right in the middle and stereotypically unpredictable. So what do they want for Christmas? Listed below are 5 great gifts that those picky tweens are bound to love!

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.) Babycakes Cupcake Maker: http://www.christmas.com/ideadetails/28033
This little machine is a great gift for Tweens this year; it is prefect to inspire the future baker. Easy to use (and easier to clean!), everyone around gets to eat and enjoy the rewards!

 

 

2.) One Direction: Take Me Home: http://www.christmas.com/ideadetails/28213
Got anyone in the family crazy about the world’s biggest boy band? Much anticipated and freshly released this is the second album from these 5 boys; it is guaranteed to produce an eardrum-bursting squeal on Christmas morning! However, it could result in incessant playing until it becomes the soundtrack to all life in the household…

 

 

3.) Hasbro Twister Dance: http://www.christmas.com/ideadetails/28032
The coolest game this Christmas! It’s a variation on the family favorite, twister; only this time it includes dancing to the most popular songs of the year. The speaker it comes with is programmed with the latest songs, including (but not limited too): “Whip my Hair” by Willow Smith and “Dance Till the World Ends” by Britney Spears. Good exercise and even more fun, get your dancing shoes out this year!

 

 

4.) Tunes Splitter: http://www.christmas.com/ideadetails/28584
This is the perfect way to help your tweens share the music they love with their friends! The funky robot design not only looks cool but it helps to protect everyone else’s eardrums and sanity.

 
5.) Call of Duty: Black Ops II: http://www.christmas.com/ideadetails/28591
This is the best selling computer game of all time, selling a staggering 8 million copies in 24 hours! Perfect for that avid gamer that you never know quite how to shop for. Dragging them away from the computer screen for long enough to thank you could be the only issue!

 

 

Tweens are never going to be easy to shop for, but our advice (for what it’s worth) is to choose wisely and do your research! A good place to start would be checking what posters cover their wall from floor to ceiling?

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