No. 01 UPS pullback truck, No. 02 Fire HD kids edition, No. 03 Richard Scary’s A Day at the Fire Station, No. 04 Inflatable jump n’ slide bounce house, No. 05 Glow sticks, No. 06 Curious Chef kit, No. 07 Quix model rocket starter kit, No. 08 PROGRACE kids smartwatch, No. 09 mini trampoline, No. 10 Kidizoom camera, No. 11 Smart Train starter set, No. 12 Kiwi Crate kit, No. 13 Magna-Tiles set (similar)
You may find more extensive gift guides for kids out there on the internet but if you are looking for a few tried + true options for your kids around ages 4-6, I have some great suggestions for you.
I’ve said on stories that my boys don’t really play with toys very much. They have a few things that they are likely to pull out if we are stuck inside on a rainy day, but in general, we are an “outside” family. If the weather is manageable, we are outside!
In fact, a gift we got at Christmas a few years ago was a bounce house from Amazon that we still use pretty regularly! If your family is also outside players, that would be a great thing to give your kids. It also brings out the neighbors too because what child can resist a bounce house?!
When it comes to other gift ideas, David has really loved getting monthly Kiwi Crates. Luke likes them but isn’t quite as impassioned about them as David.
If you need a few new books to add to the mix, we have always loved Richard Scarry books. There is so much to see on each page and these are books I loved as a kid as well!