Sharing a gift guide for kids today! I mostly went off of the stages we are in – lots of sports, outdoor play, using his imagination, learning letters/numbers and music! My little guy turned 4 over the summer so I included all types of things he’s interested in and a few things that’s on his Christmas list. Any of these items make great gifts starting at about ages 2.5 to about 6 or 7. Most of these items are gender neutral/come in different comes and would also make great gifts for little girls.
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I included a few things we have in the collage and can recommend each and every thing!
We are going on about 2 years of having similar tracks to these wooden train tracks. He takes these out a few times a week and still plays with them.
These magnet blocks are so fun for them to use their imagination and build different things.
Santa brought Dockery this scooter when he was 2 and still rides it! He even picked it over riding his bike at the trik-a-thon at his school last week. I can tell he’s getting a little tall for it but I highly recommend it for kids ages 2-4.
We bought Dockery this camera when we were going to North Carolina a few weeks ago. I had first purchased this polaroid camera (it’s great for older kids) and knew right away that it wasn’t going to work out and we would be out of polaroids before we even got to NC. So I found this camera and he loved it! He picked up on how to use it right away.
Another recent favorite for Dockery are these rechargeable walkie talkies. They are really fun for him!
Dockery doesn’t know it yet but he is getting this karaoke machine. He really into playing his own music right now so I know he’s going to love this! It also comes in the pink/purple color for little girls.
Other things that are on his wish list are a new set of golf clubs (my husband recommends these) and a new bike. Santa just might bring him this leap frog and this adventures globe that are both great for learning.
This smart watch seems like a great gift for kids older than 4. It helps them learn how to tell time, take pictures and there’s a few game options on there too.