Our holiday gift guide series continues today with our roundup of gifts for kids! From playtime to mealtime to bedtime, there are plenty of gift ideas below to keep their days fun and their imaginations alive.
Browse the rest of our holiday gift guides here, and stay tuned for more to come!
This kitchen stove set is a little kid’s dream. Pretend play never looked so cute.
A children’s book will, forever and always, make a great gift. We love this one from Christian Robinson.
The design of these giraffe push puppets is so playful and fun. The set of five would make for great stocking stuffers!
This furniture set would make for the sweetest gift for any dollhouse-loving kiddos in your life. I LOVE all of the tiny details (the gingham curtain on the kitchen set…come on!).
These long john pajamas from Hanna Andersson are such a classic design, and they come in seven different color combos.
BONUS: They’re currently 30% – 45% off!
This indoor gardening kit would make for such a fun project for any plant-loving kid!
This riding toy would be such a fun gift to give. Zoom, zoom!
Any space-loving child will be excited to open this tin rocket ship this holiday season!
Make mealtime more fun with these animal-topped chopsticks, perfect for any kiddo who’s learning to eat with chopsticks.
I love how unique this dollhouse is—it’s filled to the brim with personality and detail!
This floppy bear would make such a lovely keepsake. These bears are handmade in Minneapolis, and you can choose between seven colors when ordering.
We try to instill the importance of giving back into our kiddos, little though they may still be, and I love the idea of making a donation in their name.
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BY Kate Arends - November 9, 2021
Thank you for being here. For being open to enjoying life’s simple pleasures and looking inward to understand yourself, your neighbors, and your fellow humans! I’m looking forward to chatting with you.