Want to get a gift that your children will remember and cherish? Have you thought about getting them an experience day gift? They will remember experience days for life and it’s something to boast about in school. A gift that will always stay with them because you are their awesome parents!
Mr K is getting to the age of not just wanting a birthday cake or a party. He is approaching the teenage world and he wants more thrilling experiences. This got me thinking about the five potential experience gifts I could offer him to give him a great memory to cherish. Out of those five, he has already experienced three, which he still speaks about with much fondness.
Release your little monkey into natural woodland and traverse the fun-filled experience of canopy exploring, trail blazing and obstacles. They also get to negotiate tree-to-tree crossings whilst safely harnessed and finish on a high with the awesome Zip Wire finale. Read The Life of Spicer’s review down south and my review for the Midlands.
Young Driver Electric Firefly
Not old enough to drive yet? No worries! Why not try out this Young Driver Electric Firefly? This is a one of a kind two seater car designed specifically for children aged five to ten, to help them master the basics of driving. Read what we think about it here. Or if you have older children from aged 10 onwards, you might want to read more about The Soup Dragon Says’s Admiral Young Drive review.
Kids scuba is a gentle way to get them to experience what is it like to be a fish in a safe and warm purpose-built swimming pool! The bubblemaker course is suitable for children aged between eight and 12.
The first time I experienced a helicopter flight was over 10 years ago when we had a tour around New York City. This experience has always stayed with me and one day, I would love to bring both of my children to experience the views from above as the world whips by underneath you.
Undergoing the true meanings of free-falling through the air in a wind tunnel is a truly unique experience! Mr K and Ms C have both done the Skydiving at iFly when we were in Singapore and they both loved it. It definitely drives your adrenaline sky-high and gets your heart pumping. There are three indoor skydiving centres located in the UK and it is suitable from aged three onwards! It is definitely something you could do as a family! Now I can’t wait to book ourselves an indoor skydiving experience for his birthday and I think he would love to do it again!
I hope these will give you some ideas to try with your children! Do let me know if you are booking up any of these experiences!
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