Holiday Gift Guide for Kids!
I got the Opal Nugget Ice Maker and Here are My Thoughts
1. Motorola T260 Talkabout Radio 2. Digital Electronic Ferris Wheel Duck Shoot 3. Richard Scarry’s A Day at the Fire Station 4. Flybar Foam Pogo Jumper 5. NSG Archery Game Set 6. Tree Climbing Rope & Disc Swing Seat 7. Glow Light Up Sticks 8. Curious Chef Chef’s Kit 9. J-1 Smart Train Starter Set 10. Amazon Fire Kids Tablet 11. Kinetic Dominoes 12. Volcano Making Experiment Science Lab Kit 13. Janod Unicorn Stamp Kit 14. Paint by Sticker Book 15. KiwiCo STEAM Science Kit 16. Cinemood Portable Cinema 17. VTech KidiZoom Creator Cam 18. Little Tykes Inflatable Jump n’ Slide Bounce House 19. Quix Model Rocket Starter Kit 20. Prograce Kids Smartwatch 21. Segway Ninebot S Smart Self-Balancing Electric Transporter 22. Franklin Sports MLB Electronic Baseball Pitching Machine 23. Plugo Letters Word Building Kit 24. Micro Kickboard Maxi Deluxe Pro 25. LEGO Super Mario Building Kit
Is there anything better than seeing the joy on a child’s face when they open a gift that they are excited about?! It thrills me so much.
This gift guide for kids was certainly inspired by my kids’ ages (2.5, 5, and 6) and I really tried to think about things we have and love, or items that I know my kids would get a lot of use out of.
One of the best gifts we’ve EVER gotten was the bouncy house from Amazon. We use it throughout so much of the year, and it couldn’t be easier to set up and inflate.
If you would have told me when I was younger that “glow sticks” are something that I would always keep stocked in my closet when I became a mom, I wouldn’t have believed you. These are a great way to spice up an otherwise quiet evening at home in the wintertime, and they are fun to use in the bathtub as well!
Our favorite scooters these days are Micro Kickboard. Each of my kids has one and they are used much more often than bikes.
The boys play with walkie talkies in the house a lot, and we also use them if we go to a park and the boys want to wander off to an area that is a little farther away than I’m comfortable with.
The kids are really interested in Youtube and Instagram, not only because they know that is what I do, but they see other kids making fun videos on YouTube Kids as well! This little creator cam is a fun introduction to creating videos, and I know the boys would get a kick out of it.
Lastly, we’ve been getting Kiwi Crate for years now and always enjoy it when they show up on our doorstep. Kiwi Crate is a subscription service that delivers unique projects on a monthly basis, organized by age group. As someone who loved crafts as a kid, I really enjoy seeing my boys tinker and create, and I personally love that I don’t need to go out and round up all the supplies. Use my code K8 for 50% off your first month!