Typically elementary-aged kiddos have zero problems coming up with a lengthy list of things they’d like for the holidays, but in case you’re looking to surprise a kid in your life with something a little bit unique that wasn’t on their list, I’ve got you covered. 🙂
Have a wonderful weekend! <3
Gift ideas for elementary kids
Chill Sack Bean Bag Chair ($150.29), so they can plop themselves on something comfy to read, play, and hang with friends.
Classroom Play Set ($23.79), because I’ve seen our sweet neighbor frequently playing school with my kids, and I remember loving to play school as well when I was elementary aged. 🙂
8 Colorful Metal Hand Bell Set ($24.99), because this set is designed for this age group to begin reading and making music with a musical instrument that’s on the easier side. Don’t forget a music song book! Check out all of the cute songs they’ll learn to play! I personally think this would be such a fantastic gift, and how gratifying it’ll be for the child to play his or her first song.
Light Up Tracing Pad ($19.95), because your budding artist will love all of the new things he or she will be able to draw with this neat tracing pad. 🙂
Magnetic Sentence/Story Builder ($17.14), because the sentences that’ll be created with this toy will likely be full of typical kid humor. 🙂
Kid Chef Bakes cookbook ($10.15), because they already take interest in what you’re baking anyway (i.e. waiting to lick the spatula), so why not surprise them with their own cookbook that’ll teach them on their level. Don’t forget kid-sized oven mitts!
Pogo Stick ($44.99), because what kid doesn’t love bopping around on a pogo stick?!
Pottery Barn Kids sleeping bag ($79+), because sleeping bags from PBK are designed to last years and years. Plus, they’re mega comfortable (we own one!) and can fit an adult! So worth the investment.
Remote Controlled Car ($11+), because you can just picture the kid you’re shopping for tearing this one open as soon as he or she gets it to start zooming it inside or outside the home.
Simon Electronic Memory Game ($18.02), because this classic has stood the test of time and provides so much good, clean fun.
Want to catch up on previous gifts guide from the last couple of weeks? Here’s the full list with links to get you there. 🙂