2020 Gift Guide for Kids (Age 3 to 10)North Pole Star
It is always fun for kids to get together on different occasions. Kids love to play and eat delicious food. In addition, getting a gift on a variety of occasions such as birthday can also make children happy. These days there is a lot of variety in toys, and every kid likes a different toy according to his/her taste. Therefore, it may not be easy for you to choose a birthday gift for a baby girl/boy. The choice of gifts for children and teenagers should be carefully considered. Children and teenagers of different ages have different needs and tastes, and each gift can have a different impact on their education and morale. That is why the age of the kid is so important and must be taken into account. In this article “2020 Gift Guide for Kids (Age 3 to 10)” we try to explore the best options.
Each of the Lego constructions is tailored to a specific age range and taste. The Lego has plans for children from 2 years old to 99 years old adults. Depending on how old your dear child is, you can give them a lego. This Lego is the best birthday gift for a baby girl under the age of 5. The Lego Education brand has been working with educators for over three decades to develop experiences in the classroom that bring learning concepts to life. Some key benefits of creating, configuring and crafting with Lego are:
- Promotes fine motor skills
- Encourages teamwork
- Improves creativity
- Develops problem-solving and mathematical thinking
- Improves communication skills
- Develops persistence
- Improves self-esteem
- Developing lateral thinking and planning skills
So now that you know some of the benefits of playing with Lego, Below you can see our Lego selection for kids.
LEGO DUPLO Minnie’s Birthday Party 10873 ( for girls 3-5 )
LEGO DUPLO Town Truck & Tracked Excavator 10812 ( for boys 3-5 )
You can check out Lego’s website (www.lego.com) for more products and find the perfect Lego for your kid according to his/her age group.
When people think about a gift for little girls usually they think of some kind of doll. If you are looking for a simple gift for kids, dolls are a good choice. To choose a doll from hundreds of models, first of all, you have to consider the age of the baby. Then you have to get to know the new cartoons and find out who their favorite character is. Some of the favorite characters among the girls are the characters like Pony Unicorns, Elsa Dora, Minnie mouse, Betty Rubble, Penelope Pussycat …
Disney Frozen Classic Fashion – Elsa Doll
Minnie Mouse Plush – Pink
Toddlers enjoy toasting and making new shapes, But As you know, children under the age of 5 should not play dough and it is dangerous for them, on the contrary, children over the age of 5 can enhance their creativity with Play-Doh. It will help them to turn their imaginations into a multicolor toy with their own hands.
Play-Doh Modeling Compound 10-Pack Case of Colors
Entertainment and Familiarity with Techniques
Children begin to imitate their parents in their games from age 6. They cook like their mothers or imitate gardening and carpentry from their father. The best gift for kids of this age is toys that can get into their role and do bigger things, like educational toys to learn the techniques. Our suggestion for gifting to girls who love cooking is the kitchen set toy. As a birthday gift for a little boy who is interested in technical things and likes to play with screwdrivers, the Toy Toolbox is perfect.
Kids Play Kitchen
VTech Drill & Learn Toolbox With Working Drill and Tools
Gift for baby girl/boy over 7
Education and creativity
If you are thinking of a gift for kids over the age of 7, we suggest educational games. Kids’ creativity is booming at this age, and you can help them flourish with a few gifts appropriate to their age and taste. To encourage children interested in science experiments, you can donate a Robot Party 6th Educational Kit. Some kids also love artwork and enjoy creating new paintings. A watercolor, gouache, crayon or pastel pack can be a tool for these kids to flourish.
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