Sleigh bells ring, are you listenin’? Can you believe it is that time of year already? We are just weeks away from Christmas, and it is time for the first of the holiday gift guides. I wanted to share the gift guide for kids ages 3-7 first because I think that is the age range that is the most fun to shop for, and usually where the best deals are!
*Some of these products were provided in exchange for my honest review. I have tried them all and only included products I highly recommend for gifts this season.
Gift Guide For Kids Ages 3-7
I promise that this will be the coolest gift under the tree for kids in this age range. My daughter (now 6) just got one for her birthday, and it is the favorite ride on the block! All of the kids, ages 3-11 on our street, love to take turns on it.
It comes in a variety of colors, and is really easy to ride and handle. You can find it online here, and I guarantee is is worth price for your holiday gift this year.
These are one of my favorite things that I am giving this year. I have one for my bestie’s baby, for the twins, and this family one as well.
These blankets are so beautiful, and they are. customizable in so many different prints, colors, and sizes. Plus, the quality is amazing!
These are the cutest for kids. They start off as a little backpack stuffed animal, the perfect little friend for your kiddo. You unzip, flip them inside out, and voila! They turn into a super cute zip-up hoodie. These come in quite a few different animal styles, and they are so soft and cozy.
They would make really fun gifts for your own kids, extended family, or friends with little ones. My kids absolutely love them! They are also really easy to flip back into an animal, which is important because who wants to spend 20 minutes doing that every time you child changes their mind? 🙂
You can find out more about them on Cubcoats and see all of the adorable styles.
This is going to be our “game” addition this year, especially for our 4YO twins. I love that the pieces are bigger, made out of foam, and they are also really engaging colors. Our kids love Tic Tac Toe on paper, and this is just a really easy way to keep that going on a larger scale.
The mat is easy to clean as well, so they can take it outside or inside. The bag also doubles as a carrying case.
- Kristal Gets Sick & Feels Better is a super interactive doll that teaches a ton of nurturing skills to your little one.
- Price point is a little higher for this doll at $49.99 (US)
- Kids 3+
- Comes with batteries
- Cry Babies Magic Tears are the perfect stocking stuffers for the holiday season! They come in blind bottle houses filled with character specific accessories, stickers, and a doll that can cry real tears! There are 12 characters plus one rare to collect!
- Club Petz Spitzy the Llama, under $30, will be the most hilarious addition to your gift pile this year. If you have a kiddo with a silly sense of humor, they will love this.
- Price: $24.99
- Kids 18M+
An adorable little faux pet for your kids! Mine love pretend play, and little animals like this make a great (and inexpensive) gift idea with not a lot of extra bits and pieces. Plus, they add in the “design your own” element, which makes for a fun arts and craft time as well!
This is a great option for girls in the 6-9 range. My older two daughters are going to LOVE this fairy garden. It is such a great way to boost their imagination and to get them to get outside and be creative.
Our Generation Dolls are a great (less expensive) alternative for similar “big girl” dolls on the market. My girls LOVE them, and you can find them online a lot of places, and they carry so many items from their line at Target as well.
What toys are your kids dying for this season?
Any of the items on this list that you think will make the list for your own gift guide for kids this year?
*Cheers to a merry Christmas*