Finding the right gifts for kids, within a budget, can be hard. We want to give our children things that they want and at the same time we want that to be money well-spent. How we spend our money is important.
My children have bins of toys, and we sort through them twice a year (at Christmas and at their birthdays) to donate some and trash what is broken and unable to be fixed.
My husband and I want to spend our money on things that will last-that will entertain and last longer than five minutes. Of course we like to give our children things that they will enjoy too. Learning activity and craft kits from Ivy Kids are a great unique gift idea for kids.
I told you about Ivy Kids book-based activity kits for kids back when creator and SAHM Taseea Cruz asked me to review a couple of kits prior to her launching Ivy Kids earlier this year. That review is the 2nd most popular post on this blog! Many of you are enjoying the Ivy Kids kits as much as my family does.
The kits last longer than one try of each activity or craft. They teach valuable skills that children ages 3-8 need to learn. It is "preschool in a box"!
I recently had the chance to try out another kit with my 6 1/2 year old (first grade) and 3 1/2 year old (preschool). The moment they saw the green cardboard box, they were asking me non-stop when they could try out the activities.
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