This guide is for the toddlers and kids, but is universal enough to extend to older kids, too!

  1. Moon Light – My niece has this moon light that changes colors simply by tapping on the bottom. It’s really easy to use and she loves it.
  2. Surprise Puzzle – I’m excited to gift this puzzle this year! This one has a surprise once you finish it.
  3. Silicone Art Mat – I find myself looking for paper plates or other disposable items to use for paint and craft projects. I love that this silicone mat has a paint tray and cup for water built in, so everything has a home and is easy to clean up afterwards!
  4. Mushroom Cardigan – On my mushroom love again, I saw this cute little sweater and loved it.
  5. Acrylic Markers – These are always handy to have around because you can use them on several different surfaces and it won’t rub off like washable markers. We use these for painting rocks.
  6. Chainstitch Patch – Is this not the cutest patch ever? Customize it to any name or phrase that you want.
  7. Wagon – A sweet little wagon that can be used to carry all kinds of treasures, stuffies, and friends all over the place.
  8. Kid Knives – Kids are curious in the kitchen and wanting to help more than ever these days, so a safe set of knives would be a great gift for a budding chef.
  9. Candylab Wooden Cars – I first spotted these wooden and vintage toy cars for kids at our local toy shop and could not stop thinking about how cute they are. They come in all different options, like taco trucks, hot dog drugs, and more. So cute to add to the cars and trucks lot.
  10. Loog Acoustic Guitar – A beautiful kids guitar made specifically to help young kids learn how to play. We have the electric version of this and our girls have both loved jamming out on it. It includes an app to learn and lessons!

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