Gift Ideas

The greatest need is for gifts valued at $50 or less.

Please use these helpful tips to help give a child a Christmas:

 

Children Ages 10 to 12 Years Old

  • Electronic/Board Games
  • Diaries, journals, books
  • Craft kits
  • Puzzles and models
  • remote control vehicles
  • Jewelry Kits (Charmazing Bracelet maker kits; bracelet making looms, etc.)
  • Science kits
  • Purses and personal care products (curling irons, blow dryers etc.)
  • Sports equipment (soccer, basketball, football, hockey, skateboards, scooters, etc.)
  • Diaries and journals

 

Girls

  • Dolls ( ie: Journey Girls, Our Generation, Disney Princesses, Ever After High and Monster High)
  • Anything from “Frozen”
  • Polly Pocket and Littlest Pet Shop Toys
  • Lego Friends and Lego Disney Princess
  • Little Live Pets Bird Cage Love Birds
  • Board games, arts and crafts, Play-doh, books

 

Boys

  • Avengers
  • Star Wars
  • Lego/K’Nex/Mega Blocks
  • Mario Brothers
  • Pokémon
  • Board games, arts and crafts, Play-doh, books

 

 

Infants & Babies

  • Make sure the toy is age appropriate by the manufacturer’s age rating (0 – 6 months) and (3 months+) are in high demand:
  • No ‘button’ eyes or noses – features must be soft and sewn on securely; no small parts
  • Package should say ‘Infant Friendly’ or ‘Baby’s First’, ‘Infantino’, etc.
  • Developmental toys (Fisher Price, Baby Einstein, Playskool, Leap Frog Baby)

 

 

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