The Best Gifts for Kids this Holiday Season
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When the holidays come around it can be tough to know where to start when it comes to gift giving. Especially for kids.
Whether your child wants the latest and greatest thing or you’re aiming for a more experience based gift, I’ve got a ton of great ideas for you! I’ve compiled my favorite gift ideas into categories based on age and also a category for subscription boxes and apps. These gifts are tried and true and are sure to bring a smile to your child’s face!
- My Family Builders – Magnetic Mix + Match Blocks
- B is for Bison (and other books by Greg Paprocki)
- Montessori Wooden Garden
- Montessori Baby Activity Gym
- Himiku Blocks
- Brio – My First Railway Beginner Pack
- LCD Reusable Writing/Drawing Pad
- TonieBox Audio Player
- Balance Bike
- Wooden Balance Board
- Chuckle & Roar Easel Jr.
- Loog Guitar
- Magnatiles Metropolis
- Lego Classic Set
- Amazon Echo Dot Kids + Echo Glow
- Nintendo Switch Lite
- Instax Mini Camera
- Banwood Scooter with Basket
We have been getting Little Passports boxes for almost a year now and my kids have loved every single one! With so many different boxes to choose from, your little one will be free to explore the world, learn all about science or space, and so much more. The boxes come packed with hands on learning activities, books, and crafts to bring the world to their fingertips. Little Passports is the perfect gift that will keep your kids entertained year round!
You can try Little Passports with my link and receive 50% off a 6 month or 12 month subscription with the code: GIFT50 for a limited time!
Homer has been such a hit in our home with both my 5 year old and my 8 year old. When we started using the Homer app, my then 4 year old wasn’t reading yet. Within a few months, she was reading like a champ! That’s because Homer is proven to increase reading scores by 74%! Now only that, but it includes so many other learning topics and games to engage your child in learning that is fun.
They also have activity kits that bring all the learning from the app to life! If you’re worried about too much screen time, these boxes would be the perfect addition to the app!
You can gift Homer this holiday season, you can follow my link and give the gift of learning all year long for only $60!