Creative Christmas Gifts for Kids

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Need to shop for Christmas presents for kids, but aren’t sure what to get? Give technology-free toys that are playful and spark creativity. Below are a list of 5 screen-free toys and activities that will engage and fuel a child’s imagination.

Chalk of the Town

Chalk of the Town makes markable and erasable chalk t-shirts and tote bags, perfect for kids who like to color, draw, and paint. Children can let their creativity shine by drawing and writing on a chalkboard surface area of a t-shirt or a tote with a Chalk of the Town marker or limestone chalk. Kids can draw freehand or use stencil kits to express their personal style and areas of interests.  A damp cloth can be used to wipe the chalkboard surface clean so it can be reused.

Cubcoats

Cubcoats are stuffed animals that transform into a jacket, making it a 2-in-1, huggable, wearable coat that you can cuddle. Some of the Cubcoat characters includes Mickey & Minnie Mouse, Star Wars, Trolls, Minions, and a variety of cute animals. Every purchase also benefits the Baby2Baby foundation that assists low income children, making this a feel good gift as well.

My Comic Book

Have a Marvel or DC comic fan? Encourage them to create their own comic with the My Comic Book set with instructions, ready-to-use comic book template pages, pencil, pencil sharpener, artist eraser, outline pen, and 10 color markers. Children will use drawing and storytelling skills to bring their adventures to life.

COLORize

Help the little fashionista in your family express his or her style with COLORize socks. Decorate cute socks from Little Miss Matched, then have an adult iron the socks to lock in the color. This is a practical, cute and affordable gift that kids will love.

Constructive Eating

In the beloved holiday movie, A Christmas Story, Randy’s mom tried everything to get him to eat. Entice picky eaters with Constructive Eating activity plates, placemats, and utensils. Who cares if they are playing while they’re eating, as long as they’re eating right?

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