Kids Gifts by Age

 It can be tough to shop for gifts for kids, but if you know their age, we’ve got the the perfect presents guaranteed to make them smile:

Ages 0-2

kids gifts by age

Jingle Baby by Kate Merritt: It’s a perfect stocking stuffer or gift for baby’s first Christmas. And this book holds up to even the stickiest of candy-caned fingers: It’s 100 percent baby-proof, chew-proof, rip-proof, and drool-proof.

WubbaNub Elephant Pacifier: The cutest (and safest!) plush animal pacifier around.

Sophie la Giraffe Gift Bag: Baby’s first sensory development toy stimulates each of baby’s senses.

Ages 3-5

kids gifts by age

Train by Mike Vago: You’ve never seen a book like this before! It’s the story of a train moving across the American landscape—but with an actual three-dimensional miniature train that loops up and down and across each spread, traveling along an interior track from front to back without ever leaving the pages.

Classic Train Set: Featuring smoke, realistic sounds, three cars and eleven feet of tracks for hours of imaginative play.

Conductor’s Hat: To truly get in railroad spirit.

Ages 6-8

kids gifts by age

Doodle Adventures: The Pursuit of the Pesky Pizza Pirate! by Mike Lowery:  A rip-roaring adventure tale starring Carl, the friendly narrator who happens to be a duck, and the reader, who is drawn right into the story—literally.

A Colored Pencil Set: Draw in Doodle Adventures and elsewhere with all the colors under the sun.

Lazer Maze Logic Game: Science and a good dose of brain power is all you need to direct the laser beam through this series of mind challenging mazes.

Ages 9-12

kids gifts by age

Who Wins? by Clay Swartz, illustrated by Tom Booth: Mixing and matching 100 historical figures in fifty competitive categories, from Ping-Pong to climbing Mount Everest, Who Wins? turns history into a compelling game, which means kids learn while having fun in the process.

Hamilton Mixtape: Music inspired by the historical Broadway smash.

Apples to Apples Junior: A game of hilarious comparisons that will help build vocabulary and thinking skills.

Teen and Young Adult

kids gifts by age

Jackaby Set by William Ritter: The series described as “Sherlock Holmes crossed with Buffy the Vampire Slayer” by the Chicago Tribune.

Frostbeard Soy Candle: Book-inspired candles for the young bibliophile.

Owl Crate Subscription Box: The YA subscription box perfect for both fanatical and reluctant YA readers.


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