Birthday Gift Ideas For Kids

I don’t know about you, but my social calendar is full of kid’s birthday parties lately. I’ve been thinking about birthday gift ideas that are great for kids. If you don’t have kids or have older kids, it can be hard to figure out what to buy for littles. As a preschool teacher and mom to littles, I know what kids are loving right now. I put together some Amazon gift guides to help with your shopping.

To make it easy, you can shop the graphics. Simply click the icon on each picture. You can also head over to my LTK shop. For more gift ideas, check out my Amazon Storefront. There you will find idea lists for boys and girls and see my recent purchases.

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Amazon Finds For 3-6 Year Olds

Keep in mind that some of these items have small pieces. Think about the age and responsibility of the child you are buying for. If you aren’t sure, don’t hesitate to ask the parent.

Lego Sets Found on Amazon

My kids are obsessed with legos and have been for some time. We have visited Legoland and have spent more money than I’d like to admit at the Lego Store. You can never go wrong with legos. Just be cautious about the size of the legos and age of the child you’re buying for. Some sets can have really tiny pieces.

Or maybe you’re like us and you’d rather give an experience than gifts. Check out my post, 100 Outdoor Activities To Do With You Kids. There are a lot of ideas that can be adapted to create an activity gift basket or a day out.

You could even create an ultimate summer bucket list activity jar. Write these ideas out on strips of paper and add them to a jar or bucket. Leave directions for the family to choose one whenever they are looking for something fun to do together.

Take it a step further and separate these ideas into free, cheap, and plan ahead categories. Put them in labeled jars, tie with a ribbon, and put into a basket. It’s an easy, cheap, birthday gift idea.

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