Books and films about a boy wizard who survived the attack of the malicious Voldemort found fans around the world. Moreover, this fantasy novel has both very young admirers and adults. This is how Joanne Rowling (the author of the Harry Potter books) managed to unite several age generations by releasing her exciting stories. Since the protagonist of these stories has a whole army of little loyal fans, the topic of actual gifts remains burning. That is why, we will share with you ideas on what to give a Potter lover.

Hedbanz, Harry Potter Card Game Gift Toy Merchandise Family Board Game Based on the Wizarding World Books & Movies (under $25)

Hedbanz is the perfect game for kids ages 7 and up. The game can be played by 2-6 people. Each player wears a headband with a picture on it. The card has an image of an object or character. Players ask others “yes” or “no” questions to determine what is on their picture. Each correct guess earns a chocolate frog token. The one who collects 5 tokens wins. The game is fun and exciting, you can play it with the whole family.

Harry Potter Card Game


Wizarding World Harry Potter, 12-inch Spellbinding Harry Potter Wand with Collectible Spell Card (under $20)

There are a lot of magic wands, and any of the characters, for every taste. But all children want to have a Harry Potter Spellbinding wand! A couple of strokes – and now you already feel like a real magician! This is an authentic replica of Harry Potter wand which is easy to hold as it has a weighted base. The wand is packaged in a gift box, your little wizard will definitely like such a gift.

12-inch Spellbinding Harry Potter Wand


Wizarding World Harry Potter, Hermione Granger Patronus Spell Wand (under $40)

This interactive hat moves, speaks and looks like a real hat from the movie. It speaks English and French. Can be worn by children from 5 years old.  The hat is sewn so realistic that your child will be delighted. The gift box includes 3 batteries and the hat itself for your thematic parties.

Wizarding World Harry Potter, Hermione Granger Patronus Spell Wand


Elope Harry Potter Officially Licensed Lamb's Wool Hogwarts House Scarf- Slytherin (under $25)

Winter scarf for Gryffindor fans in branded colors and with Ravenclaw’s crest complete with soaring eagle. Wearing it you can feel in the company of Harry, Ron and Hermione. It will also help keep you warm in cold weather. Parents will love that the scarf is made of 100% sheep wool. Suitable for a child from 3 years old.

elope Harry Potter Officially Licensed Lamb's Wool Hogwarts House Scarf- Slytherin


Hasbro Gaming Clue: Wizarding World Harry Potter Edition Mystery Board Game for 3-5 Players (under $40)

This is a very suspenseful version of the classic Clue game. Players move around the castle to solve the mystery of a student who has disappeared from school. The game opens up secret passages and rooms. Players can take on the role of Harry, Hermione, Ron and more. The goal is to determine who attacked the missing student, what spell they used, and where they did it. This is one of the best themed games for the whole family. The board game is intended for children from 8 years old.

Hasbro Gaming Clue: Wizarding World Harry Potter Edition Mystery Board Game

Buyer's guide


1. Do you buy a gift for a boy or a girl? Whether it's a toy, a piece of clothing, or an experience gift, the sex of the child needs to be considered. Boys and girls can have very different interests and preferences. Of course, there are universal children's gifts that will delight both boys and girls.

2. How old is the child? The interests of the child are formed and change depending on age and development. The older the child, the more complex the design of toys, the smaller the details in the designer, etc., you can choose.

3. What is the child interested in? Football, dancing, karate, weaving bracelets, folding puzzles, or maybe a child is a fan of comics or science fiction? This information will help you decide what to give your kids.

4. Does the child have specific wishes? Older children may say what they want to get for the holiday. It is worth listening to their wishes, even if they are a little unrealistic. For example, many children want to play superhero