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Newborns – We have a few families with very young children. Rattles, teething, tummy time mats, hats, socks, onesies, bibs, baby shampoo, baby thermometers.
Age 1: Fisher-Price Bright Basics Bundle, 5 Classic Toys Set, Latches and Doors busy board, Wiggle and crawl ball, Walk behind toys, Touch and feel books, Musical toys, Playskool house, shape sorter, activity mat, Mega Blocks, soft books, Musical learning table, Fischer Price (FP) Laugh and Learn smart stages, FP Bright Basics bundle, FP tractor, trucks, etc, Sesame Street blocks, Frozen little peoples set, Leap Frog learning words book.
Age 2: Wooden animal, shape, letter or number puzzles (wooden ones are great), toddler art set, full size magna doodle, Tow and Go Tuff truck, tonka trucks, Stacking cups, See and Say, Baby doll and stroller, Duplos dinosaur block sets, Push toys (carts, wagons, etc), Nesting toys, Funco toys, Elmo, Sidewalk chalk, Little Tykes, Lacing toys, Thomas the Train, Fisher-Price Little People Helping Others toys, FP Laugh and learn piggy banks, FP Sort and Spill learning trucks, FP Magic lights fish bowl
Age 3: Match & Learn Letters & Numbers, Wagon, Paw Patrol, Fire trucks, Trains, Construction toys or dump trucks, Sand box toys, Dolls (Frozen, Spiderman, Moana, etc), Tractors, Kitchen sets and Play kitchens, Grocery toys/carts, Art supplies (safety scissors only), Melissa and Doug puzzles/toys, Playskool barn, Dinosaurs, Chutes and Ladders, Candy land, Shark Attack, Zoo animals, Doodle Boards, Fishing rod, Mega blocks, coloring books, stringing beads, Spiderman Lego set, vetch Write and Learn creative center, Play Doh kits, block sets.
Age 4: Lego sets, Building toys, Kitchen sets/grocery toys, Fire trucks, Hot wheels cars and structures/play mats, sports balls, Stuffed animals, Art projects, Peppa Pig castle, Paw Patrol toys/figures, Dora the Explorer, Hi Ho Cheerio, Play Doh and tools, Mobile toy jet, Baby dolls, Rainbow hair Barbie, McQueen car (any Cars sets/toys), Minnie Mouse doll, WWE action figures.
Age 5-6: Hatchimals, Free play legos, Lincoln logs, Water mat, Kinetic sand, Modeling clay, Washable markers, Stickers, Board games, card games, Lion King, Spirograph, Match box or Hot wheels, Dinosaurs, legos, craft activites.
Age 7-9: Pokemon, Barbies and clothes, Crayola light up tracing pad, Remote controlled cars/trucks, Play food, pots/pans, Magnet Building toys, Jump rope, Don’t break the ice, Guess Who, Ants in the pants, Sketch books, Board games, Kitten or Dog stuff animals, Fun pillows, Star Wars. Uno, Hair and Nail polish sets, Art supplies.
Age 10-11: Art supplies, crafts, real basketball, football, baseball and gloves, Slime, Journals, Jr coloring books, Hygiene kits, lotion, drawing paper and pens/pencils/color pencils, games, sleeping bag (boys or girls).
Age 12 and up: Rocket building sets or STEM projects, Putty, bath and body items (hygiene kits), Art supplies, gift cards to Target, Walmart, Itunes, Cinema, Ulta, Amazon, Game Stop, out to eat places, Jewelry, throw/cuddle blankets, card games, Trivia, Catch Phrase, Nail Polish sets, sketch books, “adult” coloring books appropriate for teens: animals, mandalas, nature (last year a got a couple that were nice, but when I went thru them, they had a pages with drinking themes. ). We have one 14 yo who loves to fish – bass and northerns, so pole or tackle would be great.
For any age, art supplies, drawing and crafts are a big hit. Play Doh, dolls, and books.