Sometimes you just don’t know what to get your kids for Christmas. It’s hard to shop when you don’t even know where to start. So let’s take a look at some Christmas gift ideas for all the kids on your list.
Make sure you check all of the gift guides out because they’re all different and have a wide variety of options.
They can also be used as wishlist fuel. I’ve talked about how Amazon wishlists are a gift to moms, and I mean it. Even if you can’t afford to buy all of these things for your kids, add them to a wishlist and send it to other family members. It will save them a lot of time!
Toy Ideas for Kids for Christmas
Do you have a three-year-old? Hey me too! Here are our top 10 toy picks for this holiday season. My sister texted me the day I posted this and asked if Toot would like the #10 toy. lol I don’t think she even reads my blog.
If you haven’t heard of STEM it’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. These toys help your toddler (or preschooler) learn about those fields in a fun and engaging way.
Melissa and Doug make amazing toys. I could spend a fortune on just Melissa and Doug brand toys. A lot of them are wooden and they’re really well made.
What kid doesn’t like stuffed animals? I love them, and I’m in my thirties! Here’s a list of 150 plush toys or stuffed animals or plushies…. whatever you call them. There’s a lot. lol
Does your little one love Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood? Toot does too. It was her first favorite show. Here are our favorite toys featuring Daniel and his neighbors.
Maybe Peppa Pig is your child’s favorite. We love Peppa so much I think Toot has a slight British accent. These are our favorite Peppa Pig toys.
Ok these also aren’t JUST for toddlers. But Toot was about two when she went through a huge Moana phase. Everything had to be Moana. Here are her top picks for Moana toys.
Book Ideas for Kids for Christmas
Books are great gifts for Christmas too. Here’s a list of board books and storybooks for kids under 3. All the best ones, of course. They were all Toot’s favorite books!
Ok so these aren’t just for toddlers. They’re for all kids. Mostly for kids under 10. All of these books let you put your child’s name or other personal information into the story. The Little Girl Who Lost Her Name is our favorite.
Would you rather give your child a subscription? These subscriptions are the BEST. And age range on these is from baby to like 12 years old. But we started them when Toot was about two.
Ok so these books are more for you at first. But once they’re all filled out, your child will love them. I have a few that I’m going to give to my daughter when she’s older. These are slow burn but meaningful gifts.
Get cash back while you’re shopping
When you’re out shopping online, you’ll want to save extra money. Sign up for Ebates or Swagbucks (or both!) to save some money while holiday shopping. Not sure which one does what? Here’s my comparison.
What are you buying this year for Christmas?
Let me know in the comments below!
If you need some more ideas check out these stocking stuffers for toddlers.