iPad mini | This is what Santa is bringing to our house this. My kids are 3 and almost 5, so they are ready for educational apps and they will be great for travel.
Osmo | So many different learning objectives to choose from and a great add on for iPads to facilitate learning.
Jr. Monopoly | A board game is always a great option for someone you’re not sure what to get.
Hot Wheels | A classic for hours of fun for both boys and girls. (& parents too!)
Marble Run | Another great toy that provokes problem solving as you build your marble towers as you make a way for them to make it to the bottom.
Lego | Another great toy for kids of all ages. I love that Lego advertises suggested ages on the front of their boxes to help with finding the right kit.
Hot Dots | Another learning activity that kids can do on their own. We bought these during the pandemic and my girls both love using these to test their knowledge on colors, shapes, letters, uppercase, lowercase, patterns, sight words, phonics and so much more!
Walkie Talkies | Probably something you haven’t thought of but so fun for kids and their imaginative play around the house!
Lego Dots | Geared towards girls, these little pieces allow you to create functioning pieces and then decorate them! A bunch of different options to choose from but love this jewelry box!
Make Up & Hair Doll Head | Play hair and make up without having to tug on mom’s head. 🙂
Popper Purse | The poppers are evolving. How fun is this purse?! Other color and style options available.