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Choose Age Appropriate Harry Potter Toys

By Edited Jun 9, 2016 1 1

Harry Potter toys become immensely popular after the books and the movies were launched and the frenzy about the wizard teenager is still at its peak. Today teenagers practically grew up with Harry Potter, his friends and his adventures. It’s no wonder that these, collectibles and other items have become so popular. The story from the popular series of books and movies is appealing to young readers and spectators. The main character, Harry Potter, a very skilled wizard, is also a true hero. Helped by his friends, he fights evil and the well being of others is more important to him then his own safety. The story is spiced up with magic wands, potions, fantastic creatures, spells and even imaginary sports and games.

Make Sure Your Child Is Old Enough For Harry Potter Toys

Harry Potter toys make sense only for children that are familiar with the books or the movies. Since the story is quite complex and some of the movies are a little scary for small children, you should get Harry Potter toys, books or movies only for children that are at least 7 or 8 years olds. A good idea would be to offer them the books first, as a method to determine them to read more. Once they see the movies, it’s very unlikely they will still be interested in reading the books.

Also, you should know that not all Harry Potter books and movies are suitable for 7 or 8 year olds. The first two parts, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” and “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” are suitable for children that age, whether we speak about the movies or about the books. However, the other parts are getting darker and darker, and the movies are quite scary. This is why you should wait a couple of years before allowing your children to watch the movies.

Let Their Imagination Run Free With Harry Potter Toys

All children need some heroes and a little wizard that has a lot of great adventures is the perfect one. Harry Potter toys are, for children, magical objects that allow them to enter the fantastic universe from the books and the movies. Action figures and collectibles, games, trading cards or wands are all great gifts for children. You can use this passion for Harry these toys in a creative way. You could, for example, buy your child a wizards’ chess set, like the one from the Chambers of Secrets. This way, once our child grows out of Harry Potter frenzy, he or she will remain with the passion for this educational mind game. Lego games with places and buildings from the books, like Hogwarts School, are another example of smart Harry Potter toys. When picking models for younger children, a wand with sounds and lights is a nice choice. If you intend to buy any for older children, collectibles, DVD’s, books, magazines or computer games are viable options. Of course, if you intend to get any for a child, you need to do some research work first. Find out which is his or her favorite character, what particular witch or wizard, house or fantastic creature from the series prefers. The diversity of Harry Potter toys is enormous and, if you don’t have all the information, you’ll feel lost the moment when you have to decide what to get.

Harry Potter Toys, Books And DVD’s – Entertaining For The Entire Family

If you have children, you certainly know a lot about the courageous wizard and his friends and, most likely, your hose is full of Harry Potter toys, collectibles and other items. And, let’s be completely honest, the Harry Potter adventures are as entertaining to you as they are to your children. This is why reading the books, watching the movies or playing with Harry Potter toys and games are activities for the entire family. You can relate to Harry Potter toys, like a magical wand, and use them to find out your child’s desires, problems or fears and to talk about them. If your child is already a teenager, Harry Potter books and movies are a good starting point about serious issues, like friendship, relationships and being able to trust the others.

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Apr 30, 2011 11:52am
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I like your advice.
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