Thoughtful Gift Guide for Little Ones

Happy Wednesday! Popping in today with a sweet little gift guide for little ones this Christmas. These guides are full of open-ended toys (our favourite!) and have been categorised into meaningful gifts that either fall into the making, playing or reading genre. Putting together lists of meaningful gifts is one of my love languages, and it means our home – over the years – has become stocked with quality, thoughtful toys, crafts and books that aren’t just plucked off a shelf and thrown out in a few months. I’ve included some items we already have and love, plus a bunch of new things we will be gifting our children this year. I hope it gives you some gifting inspiration!

For the little makers:

  1. Circular Weaving Frame
  2. Wooden Flower Press
  3. Motorised Builderific
  4. Stockmar Modelling Beeswax
  5. Sun Print Kit
  6. Children’s Sewing Kit
  7. Mobilo Set
  8. Children’s Wavy Chopper and Apron
  9. MagnaTiles
  10. Watercolour Paints

For the little players:

  1. Wooden Marble Run
  2. Play Silks
  3. Wooden Pattern Boards
  4. Digger
  5. Gathering a Garden Board Game
  6. Wavee Board
  7. Rainbow Fairy Wings
  8. Kid’s Surfboard
  9. Sleeping Queens Card Game
  10. Moover Dolls Pram

For the little readers:

  1. The Girls by Lauren Ace & Jenny Lovlie
  2. The Story of Little Billy Bluesocks by Sibylle von Olfers
  3. Florette by Anna Walker
  4. Let’s Go Home: The Wonderful Things About a House by Cynthia Rylant
  5. I Am The Seed That Grew The Tree
  6. Good People Everywhere by Lynea Gillen
  7. Before We Eat: From Farm to Table by Pat Brisson
  8. Peas and Quiet by Gabrielle Tozer
  9. The Little Gardener by Emily Hughes

Have a wonderful day!

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