Today, I sat around a table with some great friends of mine. As our children all ran through the house and yard, we started sharing a few gift ideas with each other. A few of the moms even ordered items I suggested on their phones as we chatted.
Even though most of you are probably already done with your Christmas shopping, I thought I’d take a minute to share a few ideas with you anyway. These are items my children are getting for Christmas (or already received at a recent family gathering).
Most of these items come with a low price tag. Other than the lego set, we paid less than $20 for each of these. If they are higher priced than that, I would wait to buy them. The high prices may be due to low stock.
In no particular order:
Kutz LEGO Chain Reaction Craft Kit. This kit includes a fun book showing how to set up lego chain reactions as well as including lego pieces to do this. Since I have a son who loves Rube Goldberg machines, I hope this kit sparks much more creativity in our lego building.
Awesome Lego Creations with Bricks You Already Have. I’m excited about this book that finally just arrived at our house. (Amazon was out of it for a week or two.) There are step-by-step instructions to build all sorts of lego creations (animals, robots, etc) as well as “creative challenges” where they give you key lego pieces to collect but don’t spell out the directions. I love the detailed supply lists for the projects and that we can use the legos we already own.
Klutz Star Wars Thumb Doodles Book Kit. I was searching on Amazon for a craft book for my youngest. This is the same style of book as this Sweet and Sparkly Fingerprint Kit Ruthie had years ago but with a Star Wars theme. I know he is going to love it. I remember Ruthie really getting into creative little art projects with her book, and I hope this one does the same for Gideon.
Mini Pom-Pom Pets craft kit. My daughter could use craft kits every day of the week. I thought this one looked fun and had a few new skills in it. She has already been given Sew Mini Treats this week.
Lego Birds Model Kit. These are display-worthy realistic birds, complete with Latin name plaques. Ruthie received these as a gift at a family gathering, and they are wonderful. I was really impressed with this kit. It’s apparently been discontinued by Lego but is still available for purchase. I hope Lego makes more kits like this in the future.
And, there you have it. Just a few educational but fun gift ideas.
Do you have gifts you are looking forward to giving this Christmas that are fun and educational?
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