Happy Holidays friends! Here is our list of items that kids really wants under the tree this year. Take a look at our Holiday Gift Guide for Kids: What Kids Really Want for Christmas.
Holiday Gift Guide for Kids
Holiday Gift Guide for Kids:
My mother-in-law picked up Osmo a few years back and it is the most requested toy at her house by her grandkids – even my older two like to play it. This educational toy works with an iPad and is good for all ages. There are other kits to choose from with various themes as well.
All of my kids have grown up on Razor scooters – both the traditional and the electric. The Power Core Electric scooter can go & go for up to 80 continuous minutes. Score!
The Home T has been a favorite of ours for gifts – especially this adorable baby onesie – how better to remind your out-of-state brother where his new baby should be?? Also, we love that The Home T donates 10% of all their profits to MS research.
This adorable kit comes with all the supplies to star indoor own movie! Kits come with 15 different props and 2 backgrounds. Download the Props in a Box Movie Maker App and get creative! Different kits include: The Princess & the Chef, The Doctor & the Farmer, and The Fisherman & the Astronaut.
My kids just discovered this game and they LOVE it – Tenzi is a fast-moving dice game that just about any age can play. We had a great time with the whole family at Thanksgiving playing a variety of games with our Tenzi dice.
We have a few of these Little Explorers books at home and they are fantastic for curious new readers. Full of detailed pages and flaps that lift up, this makes for a great gift. There are several themes to choose from.
My oldest son really enjoys putting together these VEX Robotic toys by HEXBUG. He loves working through the instructions and putting together something that is motorized. All the VEX toys are durable and affordable.
The hottest movie this season is Disney’s Moana and there are lots of fun toys to choose from. The canoe, doll, and friends play set is perfect for your little princess who loved the movie.
Nothing is more memorable than a bicycle under the tree for Christmas. I still remember when I got one. Kent has a terrific selection of bicycles for every age & size.
My kids love to get science kits like this that allows them to create something fun, like these rubber band racers. There’s lots of different kits to choose from, but my boys love anything that races.
So fun to snuggle up on the couch with a good book in this warm mermaid tail blanket – lots of colors to choose from and there is even a penguin version.
Motorola makes these fun, 2-way radios that are perfect to fit in smaller hands. Ideal for kids to take outside when playing rather than a cell phone. Plus, I know my kids would have a blast playing on a “walkie-talkie”.
We love this adorable book about self-identity. It’s a precious story and I wish we had it when our daughter was younger!
For the Star Wars fans, Rogue One toys will be on their list. This 12-inch interactive stormtrooper has 65 different light & sound effects and responds to the way you play with it.
We love this innovative building set for kids out of magnetic tiles – so many different and fun buildings & shapes can be made. And it’s great for kids’ cognitive development.
Crayola makes some really fun kits that we have enjoyed over the years. Get creative with this one by making your own emojis!
This Virtual Reality headset is perfect for smaller hands – all you need is a smart phone/device and virtual reality is ready to go – from riding roller coasters at Cedar Point to walking alongside a T-Rex, there are almost 1000+ VR apps available.
This beloved adventure story by Roald Dahl was created into a movie over the summer by Stephen Spielberg. It’s the perfect family holiday movie to watch together as it’s magical & a loving story as well.
For your LEGO-loving kids, here’s a great book that encourages more creativity & unplugged building time. This book has full-color, step-by-step diagrams for models that are gender-neutral for kids around 5 and up.
We love the Kindle Fire Kids Edition for 2 reasons – we can put a parental lock on the device so kids only see what parents want them to see. And it comes with a 2-year guarantee that if it gets broken, it gets replaced at no cost. Plus you have access to over 1000+ educational apps, books, & movies.
When my teen came home with a drone last summer, my younger son wanted one. Now I have found one perfect for kids that has all the options his bigger brother has but made for little ones. Great remote, takes photos, rechargeable batteries – I’m in!
Thanks for taking a look at our Holiday Gift Guide for Kids! We hope you found some fun ideas for the kids in your life!
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