Gift Guide: Girls Ages 5-9


This gift guide is geared towards the elementary-aged girl. We believe children inherently have amazing imaginations and that the right toys can fan that flame. We’ve tried to provide gift ideas that we’ve used in our own homes and that can help girls be imaginative and grow as a whole person.

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1. Light Up Rollerblades – A great way to get some outdoor exercise!

 


2. Razor Scooter – This is one of our most used outdoor toys. It folds up for easy storage and transport too.


3. Crayola Art Set There is something special about having all of your art supplies in one tidy place. If you have a creative kiddo, they will LOVE this.


4. Microphone Give a kid a microphone and all sorts of imaginary play will emerge. We’ve had races, competitions, performances, and so much more develop when a kid finds a microphone.


5. Write On: My Story Journal – A learning tool disguised in fun, Write On is filled with helpful tips for creating stories — narratives, poems, comics, song lyrics — true ones, made-up ones, and are-you-kidding-me ridiculous ones.


6. Spin & Spiral Art Station – If you have a creative kiddo, they will enjoy with this art station. No batteries required (wahoo!). It’s kid-powered art that’s easy to create.


7. Magic Magnetic Building Set – Colorful magnetic sticks let you create unique patterns and vivid designs to your creations. 


8. Bath Bombs – These make bathtime a blast for kids. They fizz up, color the water, and even have a little toy hidden inside.


9. Zipfy Freestyle Snow Sled – This sled is lightweight (3.5 lbs), compact, and easy to carry up the hill making it the perfect winter fun toy for everyone. Rails on the bottom of the sled give the rider the ability to slalom down the hill.


10. Tenzi – This fast-paced, short, and simple dice game can be played with all ages from 7-107. It’s also a great travel game to take on vacation.


11. Make Your Own Soap Kit – My daughter got this for her birthday this year and she LOVED it. It was a perfect activity to do with a friend. She didn’t even want to use the soap. They sit proudly on her shelf right now.


12. Snap Circuits Jr. – Every time my (Rachel’s) children bring this toy out of the closet, I am amazed at what they are learning about electrical circuits and how long they play with it. This set is definitely for elementary-aged children and may require some parental oversight initially. Now that my kids have the hang of it, though, I feel comfortable letting them play by themselves with it. If you have an older elementary-aged child, you might consider this more advanced set instead.


13. Talking Hamster I’ll be honest. This toy is slightly annoying. It repeats what it hears but in a higher-pitched, faster pace voice. Kids love it. I just make them take it to another room and they have their belly laughs with it…away from me.


14. Terrarium – This is super easy to put together and kids will watch it daily to monitor plant growth and changes.


More Ideas:

LED Photo Light Strand – LOVE this for any kid to display all the fun family & friend moments in their life or their artwork – my daughter would love this. It’s a great price & good reviews.

Mind Blowing Science Kit – My daughter circled this really big in the Amazon catalog. It has GREAT reviews.

Temporary Metallic Tattoos – Could be a stocking stuffer. Very good price too!

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