Holidays are such an amazing time to give gifts to kids but it can be hard sometimes to come up with great gifts for my seven year old girl. The magic and excitement, and everyone wants to see their kid’s eyes light up when they open Christmas gifts.
Our family is fortunate enough to be able to give with a grateful heart both to each other, our family and friends, and within our community. But sometimes finding that gift isn’t so easy. I try hard to make sure I find items for my kid that spark play, are fun, and bring in a lot of imagination!
Whether you’re looking for a gift for your own kid, family, or friends you’re sure to find a fun idea on this ultimate holiday gift guide.
2019 Holiday Gift Guide For Six, Seven, Eight and Nine Year Olds
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I’ve put together some of my top picks of gifts kids will love. You’re sure to find a pick or two that will make your kids grin this holiday season and spark their creativity.
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Toys that play with you are so popular right now, but I love the music and dancing emphasis with Rizmo. This toy changes from a baby to a full blown pet, lights up and really beckons you to play with lots of cute songs and noises.
Anyone else feel like the tablet options for kids are overwhelming? We read up quite a bit on different tablets and in the end picked and love the Amazon Fire tablet. (Such a generous gift from the best Uncle ever!)
Plenty of parental control options so I know that I can keep the kid safer online. We’ve paired amazon freetime with it which gives so many included games and books. It’s also easy to safely video chat with family and the bestie back in Ohio. (but everything is locked down to specific people!)
One other quick thing- we’ve had ours for about a year, but were able to get a replacement when the battery started wearing a bit under the warranty. This tablet has a great two-year warranty.
We’ve been playing Sushi Go for several years now. Even if your kids don’t eat or like sushi, they will love the smiley characters. We play this game with just the adults too, but it’s fun to have games we can all play together. It makes a great stocking stuffer!
Our family discovered Taco Vs Burrito at a restaurant that was full of games when we were moving across the country and loved it! This game was developed by a 7-year-old, and has just enough silly factor to make kids giggle. Our whole family loves this game.
Holiday scratch art gets those creative juices going! These scratch art books are great holiday gifts. I think our Elf will be bringing them, but it’s a sweet creative gift for any child that is simply magical!
Super Slamwich is such a fun game! Race to build double-decker sandwiches full of lettuce, cheese, tomato SLAP! This is a really fast-paced game that is fun for the whole family to play together.
Have a rock-loving kid? We gave this geodes kit as a gift and it was well-loved. This kit has 15 geodes to break open, and they are so cool inside. Just set them up somewhere easy to sweep. I also recommend breaking the geodes covered with an old sock. The sock will get a few holes, but it helps to keep the geode contained while it breaks.
Have a creative kid? This modeling clay is one of my favorite holiday finds. From creating unicorns and rainbows, to Pokeman and dinosaurs, you can literally make anything out of this cool clay!
Have a kid who loves to bake? Kid Chef For The Holidays has over 50 easy recipes for every occasion and season! Categorized by season, you’ll find something fun to make and bake all year long!
Have a kid who loves a warm lunch? We’ve been using our Omiebox lunchbox for two and a half years now, and we love it so much we picked up a second. they come in all different colors and the thermos can be used hot or cold.
Tip: When filling the thermos with hot food, first fill the thermos with boiling hot water and cover for five minutes. Then drain water and add hot food to the now hot thermos to keep that food warm until lunch.
Do you have any great gift ideas for 6-10 year olds? Tell us what you’re buying for gifts for your kid this year down in the comments so we all have a few more ideas!
More Holiday Ideas You Will Love
Printable Santa Lunchbox Jokes (Free!) – Great for adding to small gifts and goodie bags too!
Santa And Elf Clementine Snack- Free Printable makes these super fast! Easy school or class treat!