If you are wondering what are the best Santa gift ideas for kids you should bring this year then we have a list of some great suggestions for you.
Be sure to check out or list, especially if your child hasn’t written their letter to Santa yet, but you want to get your shopping done before the stores start getting the holiday crowds.
This item is always at the top of the gift-buying list for a child of mine. Kids grow so fast and this means almost every year someone needs a new bike. I love when a child needs a bike, it helps narrow the ideas down and allows Santa to give something that will be used over and over.
2. Puppet Theater
Having a puppet theater in your home will offer many days of creative plays and lots of memories made. Be sure to record some of these puppet shows so you can look back at the fun in years to come.
3. Spikeball 3 Ball Kit
Spikeball has become super popular over the last few years. This is such a fun game for older kids to play and it is super simple for them to set up and play.
If your kids love nature and science, then adding Binoculars to your Santa gift ideas for kids is a must. With a pair of their own binoculars, they will surely have lots of hours of fun looking for birds, airplanes, and whatever else they can locate outside!
Adding a portable electronic keyboard piano to your children’s Christmas list of ideas will not disappoint. With so many different options, your kid can simply just play the piano or make their own band sounds.
6. Plasma Car
This is an easy to use and fun riding toy for any kid that is 3 years old and older. These plasma cars are likely the cars that your kids ride at their school and come home raving about all the fun they had riding them with their friends in the gym. With so many different color options makes these cars a great gift option for a kid who likes adventures and likes being outside.
When thinking about Santa gift ideas for kids, think of things that can be useful in your home. An art easel that has a dry erase board and chalkboard is something that will get lots of use by your children. This gift can also help build your child’s fine motor skills and a place for them to be creative in their art activities.
8. Train Set and Table
Your young train lover will love playing with the ride around the town train set and table. Such an excellent way to help keep them entertained for hours while allowing them to play off the floor and upon a table at their height. As an added bonus, this gift may even help you store their trains a bit easier.
9. Basketball Hoop
No matter your child’s age, a basketball hoop could bring a lot of fun to their day. You can look into the Little Tikes adjustable hoop for your toddlers that grow with them. It’s a good investment to get them a portable basketball hoop and goal with an adjustable backboard if you have older kids.
10. Gaming System
Christmas is the perfect time to give a bigger gift like the gaming system your kids have been eyeing. If you want to see your kids’ eyes light up, then purchase that new Xbox one or Nintendo switch this Christmas.
11. Karaoke Machine
Bring some good cheer to your Christmas morning with a Karaoke Machine. Look for one that is Bluetooth accessible. This will make it easier for streaming music to Karaoke to.
12. Doll House
I can remember the Doll House Santa delivered to my daughter and how so excited she was that she didn’t even notice any other toys she had laid out. That year taught me a great lesson. To stick to one big item and a few smaller ones and make it as magical as that Christmas morning when she got her dollhouse with furniture.
13. Box Book Set
A great way to introduce your child to a book series they would likely not choose for themself. When a book comes from Santa, they may be more likely to pick it up and read it.
Having a place for your kids to jump and get their energy out is a great idea. Having a trampoline makes that easy and is really fun for them. Just consider getting a trampoline with the enclosure net to keep your kids safe while having fun jumping.
15. Fort Making Kit
This is one of my favorite Santa gift ideas for kids this year. Since most of our time is being spent indoors, we have had a lot of fort making days. Having a fort builder kit for kids can really help them make their structure and keep those blankets from falling down.
16. Microscope Kit
This is for sure on the educational side when giving this as a gift to your kids. Your kids though will love this and think of it more as a toy and have so much fun using it.
Find a microscope kit that comes with a lot of pieces and accessories. The more in the kit, the more options they can have when playing with their microscope.
Yes! Scooters are still cool. There are so many different options when it comes to picking out a scooter. Find one that fits within your price range. I love the Razor A Kick Scooter. Order yours today and you will not be disappointed.
18. Paint your own tea set
Are you looking to please your little artist in the making? Just let her have hours of fun with painting her own tea set. Then see how this gift is actually two in one. A paint set plus a tea set where she can now have tea parties with her friends and family members.
19. LEGO DUPLO Santa’s Gingerbread House
If you want to keep your toddlers busy this Christmas, then this Gingerbread House toy is what you need to get your hands on.
It comes with a Santa Claus, Christmas tree, teddy bear, boy figure, girl figure, and many more pieces to make your preschooler’s day a bit brighter and happier! And did I mention how this playset can help develop your kid’s communication skills?
20. The Santa Claus Game
The Santa Claus game from the house of Zobmondo!! has managed to receive the seal of approval from the National Parenting Center – all thanks to its capability to teach your kids about important social concepts!
It includes songs and silly challenges that are fun to play with the entire family.
21. Santa Claus GO FISH Card Game
If you want to introduce card games to your little one, get this fun game that comes with forty-five Christmas-themed cards!
It can enhance your kid’s critical thinking, focus, memory, cooperative play, and image recognition apart from letting them have a blast during their Christmas holiday. And did I tell you that you can use it as your kid’s stocking stuffer too?
With these Santa Gift Ideas for Kids I hope you have an easier time compiling your kid’s Christmas gift Ideas list this year!