Gifts For Kids That Aren’t Toys

Gifts For Kids That Aren’t Toys

An increasing number of parents are asking friends and family to think outside the box and give gifts for kids that aren’t toys. Here are a few ideas to consider.

  1. Tickets to a local attraction, concert, ice show, theater, aquarium, or museum.
  2. An electronic device like a notebook, e-reader, computer, laptop, or digital camera.
  3. Sign them up for an extracurricular activity or fun-filled day class.
  4. Gear or supplies for their sports or extracurricular activities.
  5. Admission for a local experience like rock climbing, a trip to the zoo, or kid’s festival.
  6. Tuition for a sports clinic or summer camp.
  7. At-home activities such as books, board games, puzzles, at-home science kits, mini telescope, binoculars, gardening essentials, and more.
  8. With permission from their parents, a pet and pet essentials like food.
  9. A winter coat, clothing, or accessories—ask their parents if you need ideas.
  10. Art and craft projects or supplies or a musical instrument.
  11. A magazine subscription or a monthly activity subscription box.
  12. Gift certificates for iTunes, restaurants, or one of their favorite stores.
  13. New bedroom furniture or décor that mom and dad have on their list to buy.
  14. Their first set of luggage.
  15. A day trip or vacation with you.

While these gifts might not be toys they are kid-approved!

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