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12 Kid-Approved Gifts That’ll Make Them Jump for Joy

November 19, 2018

The kids will be alright—as long as you keep them entertained, stimulated, and happy! It may seem like, well, child’s play to pick out presents for the teeniest in your bunch. But in reality, kids can be some of the toughest customers come holiday time. The best strategy: Forget the trendy toy of the year, which the tots will see right through. Instead, go for gifts that’ll charm them with their uniqueness, keep their hands and minds busy, or speak specifically to them (thank you, personalization!).

1. A colorful way to learn geography.

The kids’ table just got way more sophisticated. School-age children will love coloring in an illustrated version of the entire globe—then setting their customized tablecloth with holiday cookies and milk.

World Map Coloring Tablecloth – $30 Buy Now »


2. A snack-serving set for your adventurous kiddo.

When it comes to this plastic stegosaurus that can carry a hefty load of chips to its volcanic dip bowl, the only thing in danger of extinction is the snack food itself.

Nachosaurus Snack and Dip Set – $14.95 Buy Now »


3. A set of blocks that turns into a game.

Amuse the six-and-over set at your holiday party with a stackable game of skill and speed—and get ready to compete yourself!

Bllox Stacking Game – $20 Buy Now »


4. Unique chalk that makes the tool as fun as the drawing.

Donut Challk
Pizza Chalk
Unicorn Chalk
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Chalk it up to creativity! Whether their interests lie in pizza, pastries, or pretend beasts, young and old alike will want to find fresh gravel to doodle on, stat, after unwrapping one of these special chalk sets.

Unicorn, Donut, and Cheesy Pizza Chalk Sets – $15-18 Buy Now »


5. Cardboard creatures for tiny animal lovers to go gaga over.

Zookeepers in training will love piecing together exotic animals—from sloths to llamas to whales—from cardboard cutouts.

Mini Creature 3D Kits – $10 Buy Now »


6. An adorable, personalized cat storybook.

What would Mittens or Missy say if they could speak? Probably, “Hurry up and get the little cat lover in your life this book!” Printed with their very own kitty’s name, it’s sure to, well, whisker them away.

Personalized If My Cat Could Talk Book – $30 Buy Now »


7. A build-your-own dinosaur kit with prehistoric appeal.

This wooden T-Rex sure makes tinkering tempting. Once snapped together, the dino walks and roars at the clap of a child’s hands.

Walking Talking Dino Kit – $30 Buy Now »


8. An interactive toy that speaks to the joys of being a wallflower.

The holidays are looking up! The wooden, wall-mounted, tree-top roller-coaster opens up a whole new playing field in a (literally) crowded room.

Tree Top Wall Toy – $40 Buy Now »


9. Putty that’s merry and bright.

For the little—or big!—one who likes to design their own eye-catching sculptures or just keep their hands moving, you can’t go wrong with neon putty in its own tin.

Neon Putty – $20 Buy Now »


10. A magical idea for a wee crafter.

Wrap it up! The cardboard forms of two unicorns plus yarn turn into more than the sum of their parts when kids combine the two to create their very own mythical beast figurines.

Yarn Unicorn Kit – $20 Buy Now »


11. A personalized book to slip into a stocking with care.

’Twas the night before Christmas when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, especially not the kid whose name was read aloud in the story. Captivate a child with the magic of the classic tale, personalized just for them.

Personalized Night Before Christmas Book – $35 Buy Now »


12. Like Scrabble for the left-brained.

It all adds up: With these number tiles, math turns into family fun time. Build simple equations off of others; the first to use up all their squares wins!

Mobi Math Game – $20 Buy Now »


Shop more creative gifts for kids »

We selected an assortment of fun and educational gift for kids that are sure to keep little ones entertained while those little brains grow big and strong.


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