The holidays are just around the corner and it’s time to start crossing names off of your list! And this gift guide for Pokemon fans won’t steer you wrong.
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Gift Guide for Pokemon Fans
I have been the mom of a Pokemon fan F-O-R-E-V-E-R. It started with my daughter and she passed that love of the adorable pocket monsters on to my youngest before he could talk.
Now almost 20 years later, we still have at least one Pokemon item on a wishlist each Christmas. Whether it is a Funko Pop figure or the newest Nintendo Switch game, we buy it. And we usually have to buy two – one for each of the kids.
Each of these gift ideas has been approved by our Pokemon fans, so you can’t go wrong when choosing one or two of these must-haves for young Pokemon trainers.
Charmander Funko Pop figure
Funko Pop! Games: Pokemon – Charmander
This Funko Charmander is perfect for collectors at Christmas!
Pokemon digital watch
With this cute watch, your kids will be able to learn how to tell time and calculate how much time they have left for playing Pokemon.
Mega Construx Gyarados
Build a fully articulate Gyarados with this Mega Contrux set! Each kit includes over 300 pieces and creates a 9 inch posable Gyarados figure. And includes a buildable Ultra ball accessory and display stand.
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Pikachu night light
This is the ultimate in night lights, featuring a 3d Pikachu! This small Pikachu night light has 7 different color settings and is sure to bring a smile to young faces each night.
Bath bombs with Pokemon surprise
Pokemon might be known for battles, but trust me, with these, bath time will be anything but a fight!
Twin size Pokemon bed sets
Take your pick and bring the fun of Pokemon to bed for sweet dreams for kids of all ages!
Trainer Guess – Johto Edition
This interactive guessing game is the ultimate for Pokemon fans to show off their knowledge! The Johto Edition features questions about the second generation Pokemon introduced in Pokemon Gold, Silver and Crystal and again in Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver.
Pokemon chapter books
Nothing will encourage a child to read more than a book about their favorite characters. Your little trainer will adore getting lost in these Pokemon chapter books!
These cute socks give kids a chance to catch and wear them all!
Mega Construx multi-pack
Kids can build a whole team of awesome Pokemon with this Mega Construx kit! Less than 200 pieces this set is perfect for those ages 6 and up.
Pokemon Battle Figures
Pikachu – I choose you! Your little ones can bring the battle to life with this 6 pack of Pokemon figures with launching action.
My son has an entire storage container filled with various Pokemon figures that he still pulls out and plays with.
Pikachu Funko Pop figure
This friendly little Funko Pikachu is perfect for adding to any space or collection!
Electronic and interactive Pikachu
This is the most fun little Pikachu toy ever! He lights up, makes over 20 sounds and his ears and arms even move! Train with your pal Pikachu to catch them all!
These wired headphones are perfect for kids to contain the sounds of their gameplay, much to the delight of parents! And they include a parental volume control that allows parents to limit the volume your child listens to sound.
Nintendo 3DS XL Solageo Lunala Edition
Pokemon fans will love this Nintendo 3DS XL featuring legendary Solgaleo and Lunala from Pokemon Sun & Moon.
Nintendo Switch Let’s Go Pikachu bundle
This Nintendo Switch bundle is the ultimate gift for any Pokemon fan! This gaming system is great for at home or traveling. Plus, Pikachu and Eevee are adorable accents!
I know getting gaming systems for kids isn’t always the popular choice. But we have always been a gaming family. We also credit Pokemon for teaching our children to read and encouraging a love of reading.
Both of my kids are avid readers and have been since a very early age. It all began when my oldest was three and wanted to play Pokemon on the Gameboy. I told her ok, but that I wasn’t going to read everything to her. If she wanted to play she had to learn how to read. And so she read. We did the same with my youngest.
And if you’ve ever looked at the names of various Pokemon – they are hard words. You have to sound them out carefully. Both my kids are amazing at sounding out words and spelling because of having to sound everything out in a video game.
Do you have a Pokemon fan on your list this year? If so, let me know which item from the gift guide is a must buy in the comments below!