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45+ Hot Holiday Gifts For “Big” Kids

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano

With Black Friday and Cyber Monday upon us, the gift-giving season is fully on! If you are just starting to think about what to get the special "Big Kids" in your life (preschoolers all the way through the tween years), our deluxe guide to The Best Holiday Gifts For Kids is here to help! Pick from 45+ crowd-pleasing presents at a variety of prices that are sure to delight.

Need a gift for your favorite Babies & Toddlers, or New & Expecting Mamas? We got you covered there, too!

Top Picks

Classic Bike


Once your kiddo starts riding a bike, the world opens up in a beautiful way.

If you're looking for your first bike, second bike, and so-forth, be sure to check out Woom, which sells models starting from balance bikes for toddlers, all the way up to models for 14-year-olds (and everything in between).

The brand also offers a variety of accessories, from helmets and padding, to bells, locks, lights, bags, and more!

Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls

Rebel Girls

This is the gift that keeps on giving—for months and months to come!

No matter if you have a son or daughter, these short, 5-minute stories about folks both famous and regular are sure to inspire your kiddos (and yourself).

If you already have this 2022 release—which includes 100 inspiring stories—check out the other books in the Rebel Girls series to keep the girl power pumping.

The latest includes the 2023 title Growing Up Powerful: A Guide to Keeping Confident When Your Body Is Changing, Your Mind Is Racing, and the World Is...Complicated.

Family Game


We love the idea of gifting a good family game for the holidays. Not only can you dive right into the game after opening gifts or later during Winter Break, it's also a good reminder of what the holidays should be all about: spending time and making memories together.

The new Skillmatics game Who Knows You Best? gives a double-dose of quality time, as friends and family put their brains to the test on how well they know eachother.

Some example questions: What is my favorite cuisine? Which is my favorite animated movie? Would I prefer to live a year in the past or the future?

This game is ideal for ages 8 and up, but younger kids might also enjoy getting in on the action.

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