Kids ages 6-12 can be hard to shop for, having outgrown the obvious little-kid toys but still young enough to enjoy creative play and good old fashioned fun. Meagan and Sarah offer suggestions for gift giving to big kids and tweens in this Cyber Monday Special Episode. Join us!
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Gift Ideas for Big Kids & Tweens
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- Slime-Making Kit (or whatever the ‘craft du jour’ is)
- Elenco Snap Circuits SC300 Electronic Discovery Kit
- Raspberry Pi Starter Kit (small affordable computer designed to teach programming)
- Big book of weird facts, like National Geographic’s 5000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) or Ripley’s Believe It Or Not
- Blue Recluse Non Responsive Ball Bearing YoYo by KickFire Classics
- Shrinky Dinks
- Find a BLICK art store near you, or shop for fine art supplies at Target.com
- Magazine subscriptions (ASK from Cricket Media, Ranger Rick, Highlights and High Five)
- “Big kid” journal and good pen
- Mini LED Flashlights
- Can’t go wrong with classic stuffed animals
- Classic wristwatches, like this one from Timex
- Subscription box, like this one Owen LOVED: Wonderful Objects by Wonder and Company
- Perplexus Maze Ball
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