Gift Ideas for Kids

I KNOW Amazon is super convenient,
but PLEASE consider shopping locally or
buying directly from the company this year.

Gift Ideas for Kids

SK Gift Ideas for Kids collage

Independent Bookstore Finder – IndieBound

Graphix Novels – Twins, Rowley Jefferson’s Awesome Friendly Adventure, Baby Sitters Club

Picture Books – The Best Worst Poet, The Questioneers, The Mother Bruce series

Many other books suggestions: Kids ABC challenge; book reviews

Local Comic Book Shop Finder

Fun socksLiving Royal or Mod Socks

Crayola Art kit – Pictured: Inspiration Art Desk – Free shipping on orders over $50.00

Lush bath bombs

LOL Deluxe Present Surprise – 10% off first order and free shipping on orders over $50.

Putty Scents – Free shipping on orders over $49.00 and an extra 10% off orders over $100.00

Pokemon Cards

Beaker Creatures® Bubbling Volcano Reactor (ages 5 – 10)

“This crazy creature twist on the classic toy volcano turns opening your Beaker Creatures pods into an event – drop the included Reactor Pod into the volcano, add water, and trigger the bubbling reaction! Then, extract your creature and see which one of the creature collectibles you discovered – there are more than 100 to collect!”

Magic School Bus Lab Kit

Pepper Mint in The Magnificent Mars Expedition

“In this story-based STEM kit, our creative young heroine goes on a mission to the Red Planet, making all sorts of out-of-this-world scientific discoveries along the way. As you read the story, you can embark on a scientific journey as well.”

Subscription Ideas

Honest History magazine

Mighty Kind magazine

National Geographic for Kids magazine

Owl Crate, Jr. (Middle Grade Readers, 8+)

Kiwi Crates – all levels

Little Passports

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