Best Buys Christmas 10 Christmas jumpers for children Reindeer, snowmen, Santa Claus and one merry dinosaur - our pick of the most festive high street and supermarket jumpers starting at £4 1 of Ad break Love 'em or hate 'em, there's no getting away from Christmas jumpers this year - or any year. Don't forget, your school's Christmas jumper day is probably lurking around the corner... So we've rounded up the best Christmas jumpers for children from the supermarkets and high street shops – with prices starting at just £4. And if you don't want to buy one, we've also got some top tips on how to make your own festive jumpers... Kids Light Up Christmas JumperSuitable for: 4 - 13 years What it costs: £12 - £14, from Matalan Christmas Reindeer JumperSuitable for: 18 months - 4 years What it costs: £8, from George @ ASDA Peacocks Rudolph Christmas JumperSuitable for: 2 - 6 years What it costs: £4, from Peacocks Continue slideshow > Dinosaur Light Up JumperSuitable for: 12 months - 3 years What it costs: £16 - £18, from Marks and Spencer Mothercare Festive Snowman JumperSuitable for: 6 months - 8 years What it costs: £12, from Mothercare F&F Fair Isle Christmas JumperSuitable for: 5 - 14 years What it costs: £10+, from Tesco Blue Fluffy Snowman JumperSuitable for: 3 - 16 years What it costs: £18 - £23, from Next Continue slideshow > Sequin Snowflake JumperSuitable for: 1 - 5 years What it costs: £22.40, from The White Company Mini V by Very Santa Christmas JumperSuitable for: 3 months - 5 years What it costs: £14 - £16, from Very Make your ownOf course, you don't need to go out and buy a Christmas jumper. You can make one of your own! All you need is: An old jumper Christmas ornaments Felt Glue Tinsel Let your imagination run wild! Read more: Best Christmas outfits for babies and children Must-have toys for Christmas from the biggest sellers Christmas toys for 1 year olds Christmas toys for 2 to 4 year olds Christmas toys for 5 to 7 year olds Christmas toys for 8 to 10 year olds Christmas toys for 11 to 13 year olds By Jessica Gibb and Elizabeth Atkin Comments Latest on MadeForMums 'Eating your placenta borders on cannibalism,' says top doc Ferne McCann: ‘I don’t want to be labelled as a single mum’ Beautiful women have baby girls, says new study What does the term 'mumbod' mean to you?