Do you have some kids on your shopping list this year? Here’s a Gift Guide that includes a variety of gift ideas for kids:
ONE | Mad Cave Bird Games ColorKu. This solid wood puzzle set is Sudoku in colors instead of numbers. It comes with 104 puzzle cards and have five levels of difficulty – great for the entire family.
TWO | Find Momo. I am a huge fan of Andrew Knapp’s instagram account which features his dog Momo hiding in various places. I picked up this book along with a copy of the board book for some of the kids on my list.
THREE | Park & Go Kid’s Wooden Toy Garage Play Set. I was a big fan of playing cars as a kid. I would have loved this garage play set.
FIVE | Violet the Pilot. This is another book that I picked up for a little girl on my shopping list. It’s the story of a
SIX | Marbleocity Mini Skate Park. This marble skate park looks like so much fun – great for learning STEM concepts!
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SEVEN | Makey-Makey Invention Kit. Another great STEM gift. This device has thousands of possibilities and works with all computer operating systems.
EIGHT | Learn to Program with Scratch. Scratch is a beginner-friendly programming language. This book is a visual introduction to programming with games, art, science, and math.
NINE | Sphero Robot Ball. This robot is the size of a ping pong ball that is controlled by an app. With it, kids can drive, play games, learn to code, and more.
TEN | Mezo OgoDisk Set. This disk set looks like fun… and a lot safer than the lawn darts I played with as a kid.
ELEVEN | Plus-Plus Building Set. This plus-sign shaped blocks are a fun alternative to legos. They are easy enough for preschoolers but also fun for older kids. With them you can make flat 2D mosaics or 3D models.
TWELVE | Doorway Puppet Theater. I was a huge fan of The Sound of Music as a kid and really wanted a puppet theater like the one in the movies. I think this doorway theater would have filled that desire without taking up so much room.