Kid’s Gift Guide

Happy Wednesday!!! I know Thanksgiving isn’t even here yet, but I am already checking off gifts on my list. So these next few weeks I am dedicating posts to help check some off yours. While I know the title says Kids, This one is aged specifically in the 5-9 bracket. Extended family included, I don’t have much experience giving gifts to kids older than that.

Without any further ramblings, here are seven gifts to give to your children this year.

  1. Cate and Levi Hand Puppet– Made of reclaimed wool, this puppet is precious and handmade in Canada!
  2. Wooden Tree Branch Blocks- Something about these blocks is just so charming. Pair with peg dolls, gnomes, or even those tiny Barbies (Chelsea/Kelly dolls).
  3. Stoie’s Wooden Music Set- Music sets are an amazing (albeit loud) gift to help explore the world of sounds and music with your kids. Plus, these instruments can be enjoyed by the entire family.
  4. Playdate Friend- These dolls are precious. They have ones for boys and girls as well as different ethnicities.
  5. Eco-Dough- If you’ve been avoiding Play-Doh because you’re worried about what’s in it? I would highly recommend eco-dough. Made with ingredients you see in the grocery aisle, It’s the perfect alternative to Play-Doh
  6. Ample Toys Balance Board- Made of beech and birch wood, this board improves center of balance and body awareness in a really fun way.
  7. Wooden Catapult– Support a Small business, Get a quality toy, and watch your kids laugh as they knock down blocks with this awesome toy catapult? Sounds like a win, win, win,

What are some toys you have your eye on? Come Back next week for more fun gift guides.

Stay Jolly,

-Rin

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