1. Upper Bounce Trampolines
Do you know a kid with tons of energy? That was a joke, sort of. We all know at least a few kids like this, mine included. A trampoline is the perfect way to get all that built up energy out with some physical fun! Upper Bounce Trampolines are big enough for parents to join in, too! Also, trampolines offer additional health benefits by aiding the flow of the lymphatic system. I think that’s pretty awesome! You can find Upper Bounce Trampolines here.
2. Wireless Headphones
These wireless headphones by Lil Gadgets make an excellent gift for the little techie on your list. They come in different colors and can be connected to multiple headphones for sharing the same device. You can shop for them here.
3. iTunes Gift Cards
For the kid who loves playing on their iPad. An iTunes gift card will allow the lucky recipient to choose any game they’d like to download. Gift cards start at $25 and can be purchased here.
4. Mermaid pillow
Mermaid pillows have come a long way! They can now be customized with a special child’s name.
My kids love playing with Osmo. And I love it because it’s educational as it is fun! Osmo is now compatible with both iPads and Kindle Fire.
8. Board games
9. Tabletop Art Easel
10. Paint acrylic
11. BOB Books
These book sets are wonderful at building confidence and experience for the emerging reader.
12. Fujifilm Instax Mini Instant Camera
Those of us old enough to remember Polaroids, can appreciate this modern take on the instant photos.
13. STEM Snap Circuits
14. Glow and Grow Terrarium
15. Outdoor Exploration Kit
16. Foam Pogo Stick
17. Mermaid Blanket
18. Break Open Geodes Kit
19. Lite Brite
20. Melissa & Doug Wooden Weaving Loom
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